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School Resource Officer Award of Excellence, OACP

School Resource Officer Award of Excellence, OACP

The School Resource Officer Award of Excellence was designed to recognize an officer contributing to the overall well-being of students and their community, building relationships that bridge the gap between students, schools, communities and police.  Ontario Provincial Police Constable Andrew MacDonald is the officer recognized in 2017 for his...read more

OACP Youth Service Volunteer Award

OACP Youth Service Volunteer Award

The OACP Youth Service Volunteer award recognizes a serving sworn officer or civilian member of an Ontario Police Service contributing in an exemplary manner to the overall well-being of youth through volunteerism.  Toronto Police Service Superintendent Scott Baptist has said, “Extraordinary service that helps young people deserves to be ...read more

Happy 10th Anniversary Timmins CRC!

Happy 10th Anniversary Timmins CRC!

Timmins Accident Support Services Ltd. celebrated 10 years of collision reporting services to the Timmins Police Service and the citizens of Timmins.  Police, CRC staff and guests gathered at the Collision Reporting Centre located at 185 Spruce Street South for presentations and refreshments to mark a decade of service. 

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Lifetime Dedicated to Road Safety

Lifetime Dedicated to Road Safety

The Canadian Association of Road Safety Professionals (CARSP) is a national organization dedicated to enhancing road safety at home and abroad.  The organization provides access to multi-disciplinary information, research and networking opportunities.   The CARSP Lifetime Achievement Award for Road Safety is presented annually to individuals who have made a...read more

SGI Joins ASSI CRC Program

SGI Joins ASSI CRC Program

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has recently signed on as a partner in our Collision Reporting Center (CRC) program.  We are pleased to welcome SGI, now enjoying the benefits that the CRC has to offer their policyholders and claims programs, including immediate access to collision reports, statements, documents and vehicle ...read more

New Appraisal, Total Loss Tool for Vehicles Reporting at Collision Reporting Centers

New Appraisal, Total Loss Tool for Vehicles Reporting at Collision Reporting Centers

Accident Support Services International Ltd. is working continuously to improve and enhance our collision reporting programs, solutions and services for our insurance and police partners.  To this end, we are now preparing to roll-out our new Appraisal/Total Loss Tool.  We are confident that this application will be of tremendous ...read more

CROMS Now Accepting Photo Uploads from Drivers

CROMS Now Accepting Photo Uploads from Drivers

Accident Support Services International Ltd. is now accepting photographs taken by citizens involved in collisions.  Our website at www.accsupport.com provides an option for drivers to upload personal photographs of their damaged vehicles, as well as other images from the accident scene.    Counselors at the Collision Reporting Centers are also...read more

3rd Collision Reporting Centre now open in Niagara Region

3rd Collision Reporting Centre now open in Niagara Region

Niagara Region, world famous for fabulous tourist attractions, Wine Route, agriculture and Casino, has tripled down on road safety with the establishment of their third Collision Reporting Centre (CRC).  The new St. Catharines CRC joins existing centers in Welland and Niagara Falls, assisting the Niagara Regional Police Service and ...read more

North Bay Vision Zero

North Bay Vision Zero

The Vision Zero concept was originally developed in Sweden and adopted by Swedish Parliament as a national policy in 1997 to deal with increasing motor vehicle collision fatalities.   In Canada, the cities of Edmonton and Toronto have also adopted Vision Zero plans for road safety.  A Vision Zero Committee ...read more

Just Another 21 Vehicle Pile Up

Just Another 21 Vehicle Pile Up

A typical collision is hard on all parties involved. There is so much to think about; the risk of bodily injury and the inevitable damage to one of the most expensive possessions people own. Translate that to a 21 vehicle collision blocking one of only two routes across the ...read more

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