News Archive December 2011

Dec 16, 2011

For Immediate Release:  December 16, 2011
 
Waterloo Region, Ontario – The Waterloo Regional Police Service, in partnership with the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police and the Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board, is assisting with the development of a public education campaign to help reduce the prevalence of pocket-dialled and unintentional 9-1-1 emergency calls.

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