A Windsor Police Officer Previously Charged With Stunt Driving is Promoted to Permanent Deputy Chief 

Jason Crowley, previously charged with stunt driving earlier this year, has been appointed as the new permanent deputy chief of operations, as announced by the police services board.

Crowley had previously faced legal issues, pleading guilty to a lesser charge of speeding. His initial charge was related to stunt driving when he was caught driving at 111 km/h in a 70 km/h zone on January 7 in Amherstburg. 

However, the police board believes that the appointment is a significant step forward for the Windsor Police Service, aimed at ensuring a strong and dynamic leadership team as they address internal matters and continue to serve the community with dedication and integrity.

Source: CBC News 

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