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The FreedomSite Blog: CALEDONIA: "Arrested for making the police look bad"
The officer, Detective Sergeant Bernie Cowan, and his partner, Detective Sergeant Doug Cousens, had attended a "special briefing" about the planned McHale stop earlier that morning, where they were directed by Detective Sergeant Greg Walton to tell McHale that "raising flags in a certain location would be considered a breach of the peace because of the situation."
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Anyone with new information about this investigation is asked to contact Detective Jeff Caplan of the DRPS Major Fraud Unit - Organized Crime Section at 1-888-579-1520 ext. 5702 or Detective Sergeant Doug Cousens of the OPP Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau - Identity Crimes Unit at 1-905-671-6883.
Conference 2011 - CHCAA - Canadian Health Care Anti-fraud Association
Doug Cousens - Ontario Provincial Police
Doug has been a member of The Ontario Provincial Police since 1983.
Prior to that he was a member of the Metropolitan Toronto Police Force for 2 years.
initial posting at Shelburne Detachment and was then transferred to The Auto Theft Section in 1995.
In 2003 Doug was promoted to the rank of Detective Sergeant and transferred to the Identity Crimes Unit where he is currently assigned to investigate Multi-Jurisdictional Payment Card Fraud, Identity Theft, Telemarketing Scams and cheque Frauds.
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Detective Sergeant Doug Cousens of the Identity Crimes Unit states, "this is another example of the integrated efforts of police agencies working together to identify and capture those individuals responsible for this emerging crime trend.
"This is another example of the ...
"This is another example of the integrated efforts of police agencies working together to identify and capture those individuals responsible for this emerging crime trend," said Detective Sergeant Doug Cousens of the Identity Crime Unit of the Ontario Provincial Police.
"Identity theft costs Canadians hundreds of millions of dollars each year.
Police continue to work with the banking industry to detect and prevent identity crimes," he