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Community Joins in Prayer Walk

For the first time, Toronto Police Service members and faith leaders simultaneously walked in every Division in the city on April 11. “I am happy to be participating in this interfaith initiative to promote spiritual support, prayer, peace and reconciliation,” said Deputy Chief Lauren Pogue, who joined Toronto Police Chaplain...

Partnership Reduces Robberies

Pharmacy robberies have been drastically reduced in Toronto through the use of time-delayed safes thanks to a partnership with the Ontario College of Pharmacists and the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police that now has spread across the province. “A year ago, the Hold Up Squad was speaking publicly about...

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Report Hate Crimes Anonymously

Reporting hate crimes is essential for a safe and healthy city, whether it be directly to police or anonymously. Toronto Crime Stoppers have launched a campaign to encourage reporting of hate crimes while bringing awareness to the devastating impact these crimes have on communities. “Concerned citizens who see something and...

Officers Save Man with Tourniquet

Quick thinking by two young Toronto Police Service officers with tourniquets probably saved the life of a stabbing victim. On February 1, Constables Tyler Baptist and Jeffrey Pierre of 55 Division were in their car writing a report for a call they had attended when a radio call came in...

Standing Together for Peaceful Demonstrations

Toronto Police will not hesitate to enforce the law and make arrests where warranted during ongoing demonstrations stemming from the crisis in the Middle East. “Policing such events in a free and democratic society presents unique challenges,” Deputy Chief Lauren Pogue said at a news conference at police headquarters on...

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