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Mississauga News  - Nov. 1, 2012 - Editorial

Not above the law

For the second time in four months, Peel’s finest have compromised an Ontario Special Investigations Unit investigation by failing to comply with the law.
This week, SIU Director Ian Scott has complained openly that officers negatively impacted his organization’s probe of a crash involving a Peel Police cruiser.

The crash left an eight-year-old Mississauga boy with a broken collar bone, bruised lung and facial lacerations. He was a passenger in a car driven by his mother that was struck in an Erin Mills intersection by a speeding cruiser. The officer behind the wheel “was not responding to a ... call for service and had not activated his emergency equipment,” according to SIU investigators.

Meanwhile, the Peel force neglected to inform the SIU about the crash — as the law mandates them to do — for three days. The SIU learned of the incident from The Mississauga News.

This is the second time the Peel force has violated the Police Services Act by failing to notify the SIU of an incident involving an officer where a civilian was injured.
In June, they failed to mention that a 21-year-old Mississauga woman was bitten twice by a police dog.

At this point, two steps need to be taken immediately to reset the course of justice.

The officer who was driving the cruiser that fateful night should be charged with speeding.

Next, the liaison officer who failed to notify the SIU about the crash should be charged with obstructing justice.

We deserve to know our police officers respect the law — and the population they have sworn to serve and protect.

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Tony Jackson         Nov 4, 2011 1:24 PM

Don't throw rocks; you live in a glass house

Citizens that support politicians like Hazel McCallion have no right to throw rocks at the Peel Police. The regulation which guides SIU and Police interaction must be vague and inadequate. Those in power is always right!

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Basshat             Nov 2, 2011 5:35 PM

Of course this will eventually be pawned off as a "bad apple" situation but we all know that there is a rot in the Peel police force that needs to be removed. I'm not arguing that all officers are corrupt but it's certainly more than the cliched "few bad apples". There needs to be a change in leadership, and not just at the top. There also needs to be a shift in training and more steps to prevent the prehistoric attitudes of many vets from being passed on to the younger generation of officers. And they need to start obeying the very traffic laws they enforce...NOW. The speeding, lack of signaling on lane changes and turns, the rolling tops at stop signs, and all the other dangerous driving habits of these untouchable officers when not responding to calls is dangerous and the punishment needs to be severe. I say install trip computers in all cars and start monitoring the data to determine who should be fined and eventually suspended if they refuse to be role models on the road.

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