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Rescuing Skaters Who Fell Through Ice

The Toronto Police Marine Unit helped rescue three people who fell through the ice on Lake Ontario. At around 8:35 a.m. on February 6, a distress call came into the unit for three people in the water. Constable Chris Gibson was at the station engaging in dive maintenance work while...

Arrest on First Day of Transit Patrol

Hours into their first shift as part of the Toronto Police Service’s increased presence in the city’s transit system in response to a recent spike in violent crimes, Constables Dave Audette and Phillipe LaBarre made an arrest. Soon after boarding the Sheppard Ave. E bus at Pharmacy Ave. on February...

Black History Month celebrated at police headquarters

Toronto Police Chief Myron Demkiw extended condolences to the family and friends of Tyre Nichols and the entire Memphis community at the Service’s Black History Month (BHM) celebration at police headquarters on February 3. Nichols died last month after an encounter with Memphis police officers. “The tragic event has greatly...

Significant Seizure Keeps City Safer

A significant quantity of drugs, four fully loaded handguns, seven vehicles and over $500,000 were seized by police during Project Cerro launched in October 2022. On January 17, Toronto Police Drug Squad members executed search warrants at seven condominiums and made four arrests. Paul Lelutiu, Troy Anthony Robinson, Manasinh Jittavong...

Auxiliary Officer Helps Revive Man

A Toronto Police Auxiliary member saved a passenger in medical distress at Pearson International Airport. Working as an Air Canada Customer Service agent at Terminal 1, Farhang Irani was at a counter assisting a passenger with a missing bag when another staff member informed him that someone had fallen down...

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