Police Officer Charged with Impaired Driving & Over 80 mg Operation


About one in five Ontario drivers sometimes get behind the wheel even when they believe they drank enough to be impaired, according to a survey released Wednesday by the Canadian Automobile Association.

25 year old Toronto Police Constable Ravneet Dhillon, residing in Brampton, Ontario was arrested on Saturday, December 18, 2010 and charged with Impaired Driving and Over 80 mg Operation (operation of a motor vehicle while having more than the legal limit of alcohol in his system).

Constable Ravneet Dhillon, who has been on the job for two (2) years at 14 Division was arrested after a vehicle smashed into a pole at 2239 Dundas Street West at 2:50 a.m on Saturday morning.

He has been placed on desk duties (administrative duties) until the matter is cleared up.

He will appear in Court at the Old City Hall on Monday, February 7, 2011 at Courtroom 111 at 11:00 a.m.

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  1. He’s a young guy and he made a mistake. I don’t know what “Over 80mg Operation” means, but Ontario’s BAC limit of .05 is quite low and easy to exceed. Hopefully he will be on desk duty for a while, and given training and/or help regarding alcohol.

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