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Source: RCMP
Date: 2019-09-17 13:25:00
Time: 2 days ago
Warrants of the Week – Comox Valley RCMP
Media are invited to St. Bernard Catholic School on Wednesday, September 18, 2019, at 9 a.m. to learn more about the campaign to educate parents and children about the importance of wearing helmets.

Representatives from the Toronto Police Service, the Toronto Catholic District School Board and Toronto Public Health will speak about helmet safety followed by a bicycle safety rodeo held by members of 12 Division to teach children how to ride their bicycles safely.

The #WearYourHelmet campaign is an ongoing effort to ensure youth wear helmets on their bicycles to prevent injury. The campaign aims to empower parents and students with information on the importance of wearing helmets through messages available on Toronto.ca/helmets.

The campaign is a joint initiative by the City of Toronto, Toronto Public Health, The Hospital for Sick Children, the Toronto Catholic District School Board and Toronto Police Service.

Please enter the school via its main entrance on Duckworth Street. Upon entering, guests must sign in at the school office. Following sign in, guests will be directed to the school library prior to the media opportunity.

Parking is available in the staff parking lot (entrance located on Thurodale Avenue, south side of school) or in the St. Bernard de Clairvaux Catholic Church parking lot (entrance located on Lawrence Ave. W., north of the school).
Media are invited to St. Bernard Catholic School on Wednesday, September 18, 2019, at 9 a.m. to learn more about the campaign to educate parents and children about the importance of wearing helmets.

Representatives from the Toronto Police Service, the Toronto Catholic District School Board and Toronto Public Health will speak about helmet safety followed by a bicycle safety rodeo held by members of 12 Division to teach children how to ride their bicycles safely.

The #WearYourHelmet campaign is an ongoing effort to ensure youth wear helmets on their bicycles to prevent injury. The campaign aims to empower parents and students with information on the importance of wearing helmets through messages available on Toronto.ca/helmets.

The campaign is a joint initiative by the City of Toronto, Toronto Public Health, The Hospital for Sick Children, the Toronto Catholic District School Board and Toronto Police Service.

Please enter the school via its main entrance on Duckworth Street. Upon entering, guests must sign in at the school office. Following sign in, guests will be directed to the school library prior to the media opportunity.

Parking is available in the staff parking lot (entrance located on Thurodale Avenue, south side of school) or in the St. Bernard de Clairvaux Catholic Church parking lot (entrance located on Lawrence Ave. W., north of the school).
Source: Ottawa Police Service
Date: 2019-09-17 12:30:00
Time: 2 days ago

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  17 September 2019

Ottawa—The Ottawa Police Services Board wishes to advise the community that Mr. Peter Sloly, the new Chief of the Ottawa Police Service, will officially take on his new role effective October 28, 2019.

He will be sworn-in privately on October 28 so he can begin his duties immediately however a more formal and public swearing-in, called the change of command ceremony, will take place at a later date, that is yet to be determined.

Biography of Peter Sloly

Peter Sloly is currently a Partner at Deloitte where he is the national “Security & Justice” leader.  He is a trusted and respected strategic advisor to private and public sector executives helping them to increase organizational efficiency as well as to improve public safety, service, trust and value.  Prior to joining Deloitte, Mr. Sloly was a 27-year veteran member of the Toronto Police Service who attained the rank of Deputy Chief of Police.  He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and served two tours of duty in the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in Kosovo.  He has received many awards including: Officer of the Order of Merit “Police Forces” Medal, the United Nations Peacekeeping medal, the Canadian Peacekeeping Medal, the Police Exemplary Service Medal and the Queen’s Jubilee Medal.  Mr. Sloly has a Masters of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology.  In the 1980s, Peter Sloly played professional soccer and was a member of the Canadian Men\'s National Soccer Team.  He is married with two children.

The Ottawa Police Services Board is the civilian body responsible for governing the Ottawa Police Service.  It is responsible for ensuring the provision of adequate and effective police services to City of Ottawa residents. 

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For additional information, please contact:

Krista Ferraro, Executive Director, Ottawa Police Services Board

tel. 613-580-2424, ext. 21618.

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