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Gaining Experience and Giving Back

Smruti Patel has always had an interest in policing. After learning about the 22 Division Toronto Police Service (TPS) Rover Crew program, she enrolled. “This was like my golden ticket to get to where I want to,” said Patel, who graduated last from year from Humber College’s Police Foundations program....

Teschner Takes On New Public Safety Role

After nearly five years as Toronto Police Services Board (TPSB) Executive Director & Chief of Staff, Ryan Teschner taking on an expanded role in police governance and oversight. On March 27, Teschner starts his new role as Ontario’s Inspector General of Policing. He will be responsible for the Inspectorate of...

Training Prepares Parking Officers for Road

After six weeks of training the 42 new Parking Enforcement Officers (PEOs) are prepared to keep the city moving. New PEO Heather Tracey had high praise for the training staff. “This is probably the most extensive training I have received for a new skill I have learned,” she said. “It...

Lacrosse Match Keeps Kids in the Game

While the Toronto Police Tinmen may have fallen short to the Brampton Fire Demons, KidSport Ontario were the real winners. Their March 4 match took place at FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton, the home of the Toronto Rock, with the Fire Demons ultimately coming out on top 11-5.


Jiu Jitsu Connects Community

The Toronto Police College played host to hundreds of jiu jitsu enthusiasts from across the province to help raise money for the SickKids Foundation. The February 28 Roll-a-thon paired off participants in five-minute bouts where they could practice techniques and offer each other advice. The moves and techniques of...

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