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Recognizing a Tragic History

Toronto Police Service members raised Every Child Matters flag at police headquarters on September 30 to mark National Truth & Reconciliation Day. Orange is worn to honour all residential school survivors, their families and communities along with the children who never returned one. Chief James Ramer said public commemoration of...

Officers Honoured at National Memorial

Chief James Ramer led a group of Toronto police officers participating in the National Peace Officers Memorial ceremony on September 25 in Ottawa. Acting Deputy Chiefs Lauren Pogue and Pauline Gray also joined the Chief in recognizing the lives of officers added to the memorial hall on Parliament Hill, including...

Truth Project Soars Over HQ

An installation of paper cranes symbolizing residential school victims and survivors was unveiled at police headquarters on September 23. Handmade by members of the Indigenous community, it is titled Debwewin, which is the Ojibway word for truth. One of seven original Clans, the Crane represents wisdom and equal communication for...

Thousands Pay Tribute to Andrew Hong

On his first assignment at 42 Division after graduating from Toronto Police College in 2000, Constable Andrew Hong – affectionately known as Honger -- expressed a strong desire to go to Traffic Services. He got his wish two years later and was a member of the Motor Squad for 14...

Devastating Loss of an Officer

A Toronto Police officer was allegedly ambushed and fatally shot while on a lunch break during a training exercise. On September 12, at around 2:15 p.m., Constable Andrew Hong, of Traffic Services, stopped in the area of Argentia Rd. and Winston Churchill Blvd. at a local Tim Horton's restaurant. ...

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