Det. Cst. Janalyn Dowdle worked diligently to have new legislation created to protect victims’ families.
Det. Paolo Dellipizzi and Ret. Det. Dave McFarlane spent months searching for a child abducted by its father and taken to Armenia.
This inaugural award was presented to retired Corporate Communications Director Dave Selby in recognition of his outstanding contributions to policing by supporting the Service’s vision, mission and values.
Officers are trained to be able to react quickly in highly emotional emergency situations where lives hang in the balance.
When those lives are young children, the emotions run even higher. Cst. Aaron Wheaton and Cst. Jason Williams pulled two children from a large snowbank.
D/Cst. Martin Franssen for all of his hard work and dedication to seniors frauds.
The discovery of the body of an adult woman in the ashes of a burned out house in Pickering shocked everyone. Instantly, thoughts turned to Carmela Knight, who lived in the home with husband David and their two children. But Carmela didn’t die as a result of the fire. The DRPS Homicide Unit kicked into high gear. Suspicions turned into David, but he had an airtight alibi, having taken his kids to hockey practice, and was not home at the time. So who committed this horrible crime?