Senior Toronto cop in charge of internal discipline is arrested for impaired driving

A senior Toronto police officer leading a military court has been arrested for failing to drive after colliding on Highway 401.

Supt. Riyaz Hussein was arrested Thursday evening by Ontario Provincial Police, following a car crash.

OPP and Toronto police have confirmed that Hussein, 54, is charged with reckless driving, reckless driving and drunken driving while driving after a two-vehicle collision just after 7pm on Highway 401 near Pickering. According to a tweet from OPP’s Highway Safety Division, the rear driver of the vehicle overturned the truck and sustained minor injuries.

The OPP confirmed that Hussein had his license suspended for 90 days and that the car he was driving was suspended for seven days.

Hussein was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries, Toronto police confirmed in a statement.

“The Toronto police are aware of the public’s involvement in the Hearing Officer and are providing this information to the public,” Toronto police said.

Hussein has been suspended from Toronto police station on pay, according to state law. Hussein was not immediately available for comment on Friday.

Hussein is a police officer in charge of a criminal court, a court that deals with professional offenses – including criminal offenses such as driving a car.

In this position Hussein acts as the emperor’s envoy, deciding whether to find the wrong officers and the punishments they will face.

Last year, Hussein fired Toronto police officer Matthew Brewer on a number of criminal and other criminal charges, including drunken driving.

“Driving is a serious problem and the Service has taken steps to address the problem. Thus, penalties may include retrenchment or dismissal,” Hussein said in a statement summarizing the state’s attorney general’s statement on police matters.

In a ruling, Hussein called driving “extremely difficult”.

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

The superintendent is one of the senior police officers, the lower vice president and chief of staff.

The arrests come a week after Toronto police launched an investigation into an unnamed official inappropriate allegations in promoting the military.

Sources have told the Star newspaper that their wrongdoing involved fraud: exam questions are given to others who have signed up to be promoted from sergeant to sergeant.

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Hussein is not the only Toronto police officer arrested for drunken driving in recent months.

In August, Insp. Chris Boddy – senior executive member of health team – arrested by the York Police in Richmond Hill if he is driving a car with more blood in his blood than the legal limit.

Hussein is due to appear in court in Oshawa on Feb. 10.

Wendy Gillis is a Toronto journalist who writes about crime and police at the Star. Contact him by email at [email protected] or follow him on Twitter: @wendygillis


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