Peter Sloly is resigning as deputy chief of the Toronto Police Service.
A 27-year veteran of the force, Sloly asked to be let go months ago from his contract, which was set to expire in December 2017. His criticism last month over the increasing police budget reportedly had nothing to do with his resignation. Last year, the 49-year-old was considered the front runner to replace Bill Blair as Toronto’s Police chief, which ended up going to Mark Saunders.
Will Sloly’s departure from Toronto Police hurt the force? Was he pushed out, or do you think he really left on his own?
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