On Sept. 10, Peel Regional Police announced the arrest of a 44-year-old man on child pornography charges. A week ago, Dariusz Kisielewski, of Mississauga, was charged by the Internet Child Exploitation Unit with one count each of possession of child pornography and making child pornography. He also faces three counts of voyeurism.
While Peel police refused to give Kisielewski’s occupation, saying that information is only released if it is relevant to the charge, Cst. Wendy Drummond of the Toronto Police Service confirmed Kisielewski is a member of the Toronto Police Service, currently working out of 22 Division. He has been suspended with pay.
The investigation began in July when police in Peel received information from Toronto police. Sources indicate Kisielewski is alleged to have secretly filmed two victims in situations in which would have expected privacy and it is believed the filming was done with a hidden camera. Peel police would not disclose the ages of those who were filmed but do not believe there are other victims.
Making child pornography carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and a mandatory minimum sentence of one year in jail if prosecuted by indictment. If prosecuted by the lesser summary conviction procedure, making child pornography carries a maximum sentence of two years less a day and a minimum sentence of six months.
For the past five years, Kisielewski has made the Ontario Sunshine List, meaning he earned in excess of $100,000 a year during each of those years.
The married father of two is appearing in a Brampton court today where the officer will find out if he is granted bail.