Someone gives someone else more than $5000 to get them a job on a police force.

Crime 100By Staff

July 19, 2017



Last week, the Halton Regional Police received a complaint about an attempted employment scam that occurred during 2014.

The accused, Jagjit SINGH (51 years of Oakville), became acquainted through their mutual association in a religious group. During their contact, SINGH claimed to be a member of the Toronto Police Service. The victim was told that, in exchange for a sum of money, SINGH would be able to secure employment for him with the Police.

HRPS crestAfter the money was exchanged, SINGH provided various excuses for the delays and the lack of an employment offer.

Detectives believe that SINGH has attempted the same scam with other persons where he may have offered other employment opportunities (also fraudulent) with the Ford Motor Company. Investigators encourage those who may have been victimized to come forward.

Citizens are reminded to be extremely cautious with promises of advantage in any employment situation. Legitimate employment opportunities will NEVER involve the exchange of money.

Jagjit SINGH has been charged with Fraud Over $5000 and Personating a Peace Officer and is scheduled to appear at the Ontario Court of Justice in Milton on Wednesday August 16th 2017.

The police take great exception to anyone who tries to impersonate a police officer – they make sure they protect the brand. Jagjit SINGH will soon find out just how tough the Courts are this kind of offence.

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