Toronto Police Service Charge Waterloo Regional Police Officer in Off-Duty Incident

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Waterloo Region, Ontario - The Toronto Police Service has charged a three-year-member of the Waterloo Regional Police Service in relation to an investigation into an off-duty incident.

On November 19, 2021, shortly after midnight, emergency response services responded to the area of Power Street and Adelaide Street in Toronto for a report of a motor vehicle collision.

As a result of the investigation, the officer has been charged with Operation While Impaired and Over 80.

The officer has been suspended with pay as per the requirements of the Police Services Act of Ontario. The officer is scheduled to appear in the Ontario Provincial Court of Justice in Toronto on January 13, 2022.

As the matter is currently before the court, the Waterloo Regional Police Service will not be releasing any further information in regards to this incident. 

Media Inquiries: 
Waterloo Regional Police Service
Public Information Unit
519-570-9777 (WRPS) ext. 8188  

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