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Thomas Jarmyn has been appointed as Prince Edward Island’s new police commissioner and will begin his work on October 2. A veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces, Jarmyn practiced law in Nova Scotia and Ontario and served as counsel to the federal minister of public safety. More recently, he moved to...
Are you a victim of a scam?, if you have given money or personal information to a scam, call local police for advice., Perhaps you are not a scam victim but have received a phone call, text or email that you think is a scam., If you aren't a victim, there is usually no need to report the call...
What is an inquest?, An inquest is an inquiry that establishes the facts surrounding a death. It answers the questions who, when, where, and how. The inquest is run by the coroner and held before a jury. It is usually a public inquiry open to anyone who wants to attend. At the end of the inquest...
Jury recommendations from the inquest on the death of Catherine Shirley Gillis which took place April 9-10, 2018
Islanders can take real steps to protect themselves in an emergency during next week’s Emergency Preparedness Week (May 6-12). In a natural disaster or other emergency, messages may come through emergency responders, local radio and TV, and government news and social media channels. Emergency...
The report highlights some activities of PEI's Conservation Officers, safety tips and includes a map of enforcement activities in 2017.
Emergency alerts delivered to mobile devices will be another tool to advise Islanders of unexpected situations when lives may be at immediate risk The Alert Read y system already enhances public safety communications across Canada by delivering alerts through radio and TV, and – starting April 6...