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Sgt Brett Moore ^bm, & Sgt Alex Crews ^ac are Traffic Services MRO's.This account is not monitored 24/7.Call 911 in an emergency.
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Giancarlo Marrelli 16h
Car seat clinic is coming Oct 28 from 10am-2pm. Check to sign up!
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Scott Matthews 13h
It’s been a week and we are still looking for the driver and vehicle. Call us at (416)808-1900 or Crime Stoppers with any information Fail to Remain Fatal Collision #53/2018, Sheppard Ave E & Bonnington Pl area, Image of Vehicle released
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TPS Traffic Services 14h
has lots of information about impaired driving, restrictions for commercial, young and novice drivers, medical cannabis, penalties, etc. Take a 👀 ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services 14h
Do you have questions about the changes cannabis legalization will bring to Ontario drivers? You aren’t alone. Q: if you have a medical prescription for cannabis, do the news laws apply? A: yes ^bm Find out more here:
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World Health Organization (WHO) 16h
Replying to @WHO
is no accident. To save lives: -Don’t speed 🚗 -NEVER drink and drive -Wear a motorcycle/bike helmet 🏍 🚲 -Use a seatbelt -Put children in a car seat
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Benjamin Davoodi A 🇨🇦 Oct 14
This afternoon our hosted their 2018 School Zone Pedestrian Safety seminar in partnership with and . Thank you to all who came out and supported this great initiative.
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TIRF Canada Oct 12
TIRF released two new reports: Marijuana Use Among Drivers in Canada, 2000-2015 and Road Safety Monitor 2017 – Drugs & Driving in Canada
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TPS Traffic Services Oct 11
There is lots of research and study that shows that the speed of a vehicle at the time of a collision often determines the level of injury. Even a few km's less makes a difference ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services Oct 10
There are MANY changes coming to Ontario’s HTA and the Canadian Criminal Code with the coming legalization of cannabis. You must inform yourself about the changes. Its not just about cannabis. Here is a great reference. Please RT ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services Oct 10
Members of Traffic Services on scene of a serious collision involving a vehicle and wheeled scooter. 78 year old in hospital, College and Ossington will be closed and traffic diverted. Looking for witnesses and video of incident ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services Oct 10
Cannabis Legalization Lots of changes and questions. Take a look at the helpful attachment to inform the conversation ^bm
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Scott Matthews Oct 8
If you witnessed or have any information regarding this collision, please call our Detective Office @ (416)808-1900 or Crime Stoppers Fail to Remain Fatal Collision #53/2018, Sheppard Ave E & Bonnington Pl area, Image of Vehicle released
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Scott Matthews Oct 6
We are currently investigating a serious injury collision that occurred this morning around 1:30 am on Lawrence Avenue E at the Rouge Hill GO Station. If you witnessed or have dash cam video of the incident, please call our office at (416)808-1900 or Crime Stoppers
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TPS Traffic Services Oct 5
Your choice behind the wheel can really be a big deal. Have a great long weekend. Take a bit of time with family to discuss wise driving decisions and how easily lives change due to traffic crimes ^bm
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Scott Matthews Oct 5
If you witnessed or have any information in regards to this collision, please call our Detective Office at (416)808-1900 or Crime Stoppers Personal Injury Collision #45/2018, Steeles Avenue West, east of Highway 27
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Drop It And Drive® Oct 4
- Language shapes policy as well as action or inaction. The term ‘crash’ or ‘collision’ instead of ‘accident’ acknowledges that the event could have been prevented. Learn more in Let's Talk About Crashes:
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