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Posted On Friday, September 18, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, September 18, 2020   4:05pm  
(Ottawa) — This week, the Ottawa Police’s Traffic Unit, along with Frontline and Neighbourhood Resource Team Officers, conducted enforcement in school zones, resulting in the ticketing of 126 speeders, 10 drivers who failed to stop at a stop sign, and issued four tickets for school bus infractions. 
This morning, a school bus driver was caught speeding, at 59 km/h in a 40...

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Posted On Friday, September 18, 2020

National News Release – RCMP
September 18, 2020
Police leaders from provincial, municipal and First Nations police services across the country came together yesterday to discuss working collectively to tackle key issues facing the Canadian policing community. 
The forum was launched by the RCMP Commissioner to seek the support of leaders from within the policing community to engage in an ongoing series of discussions on a variety of important issues,...

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Posted On Friday, September 18, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, September 18, 2020     2:20pm  
(Ottawa) –The Ottawa Police Service Missing Persons Section informs that Abraham Kakegamick has been located safe.  Thank you for your assistance.   
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Posted On Friday, September 18, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, September 18, 2020     10:30am (Ottawa) – Last evening, Frontline officers responded to a call for service concerning an unconscious man in a gym in the 100 block of Argyle Avenue.
When two constables arrived on scene, they were directed to a man who was on the floor, with a faint pulse, had deep shallow breathing and his lips were turning purple. One of the Officers, assisted by a gym staff member, engaged in CPR (Cardiopulmonary...

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Posted On Thursday, September 17, 2020

Operation #NoiseMakerWith Covid-19 restrictions, more people stayed home this summer, only to find their neighbourhoods disturbed by stunt driving and noisy mufflers.
“We heard from a lot of residents and quickly concluded this is a city-wide problem,” said Acting Inspector Marc-Andre Sheehy, who is responsible for the Ottawa Police Traffic Unit.
Police started an education, awareness and enforcement campaign called Project #NoiseMaker, bringing in partners from Ottawa Bylaw Services,...

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