Off-duty Peel cop charged with impaired driving after Mississauga collision


Published September 23, 2022 at 1:59 pm

A Peel Regional Police officer is facing an impaired driving charge after a single-vehicle collision in Mississauga early Thursday morning (Sept. 22).

Peel police said in a news release this afternoon (Sept. 23) that the officer, a constable, was off-duty at the time of the 2:02 a.m. crash near 2500 Royal Windsor Dr., in the southwest part of the city several blocks east of Winston Churchill Blvd.

Const. Terrence Bayley, a two-year employee of the Peel police force, is charged with impaired operation-excess blood alcohol.

He has been suspended with pay, as per provisions of the Police Services Act, and is scheduled to appear in Brampton court on Nov. 14.

Once criminal court proceedings have been completed, a Police Services Act investigation will follow.

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