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UPDATE: Standoff with off duty Peel Police officer ends peacefully.
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A peaceful ending to a standoff near Hamilton.

Peel Regional Police say an off duty officer was involved in a pursuit, before stopping at Peters Corners near Hamilton.

He was taken into custody after a few hours negotiating with police.

Officers have been tight lipped on this case, and they won't say why the off duty officer drew their attention in the first place.

There's no word on what charges, if any, will be laid.

Police say they were dealing with a person in crisis, which would indicate it could be a mental health situation.

Peel Regional Police are involved in a standoff with one of their own.

The off duty officer, who could be armed, first lead officers on a pursuit, which ended at Peters Corners near Hamilton.

From there, police have yet to take the person into custody, but say they are working on negotiating a surrender.

They couldn't say what brought the person to their attention, but called them a 'person in crisis', indicating it would be a mental health situation.

The officer's name hasn't been released.

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A peaceful ending to a standoff near Hamilton.

Peel Regional Police say an off duty officer was involved in a pursuit, before stopping at Peters Corners near Hamilton.

He was taken into custody after a few hours negotiating with police.

Officers have been tight lipped on this case, and they won't say why the off duty officer drew their attention in the first place.

There's no word on what charges, if any, will be laid.

Police say they were dealing with a person in crisis, which would indicate it could be a mental health situation.

Peel Regional Police are involved in a standoff with one of their own.

The off duty officer, who could be armed, first lead officers on a pursuit, which ended at Peters Corners near Hamilton.

From there, police have yet to take the person into custody, but say they are working on negotiating a surrender.

They couldn't say what brought the person to their attention, but called them a 'person in crisis', indicating it would be a mental health situation.

The officer's name hasn't been released.

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