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Prayer Walks Strengthen Faith in Policing

Police officers joined faith leaders in community Prayer Walks to strengthen ties between the faith community, police and larger community as a whole. Walks were held in Malvern, Regent Park and Flemingdon Park on May 31. Toronto Police Service Acting Chief Rob Johnson, Superintendent Kim O’Toole and 55 Division Neighbourhood...

Youth Program Students Return to Serve City

Five Youth in Policing Initiative (YIPI) graduates are among the Toronto Police Service (TPS) new police constables who received their badges on June 5 and are set to serve and protect the city. This is the largest number of YIPIs in a recruit class since the program started in 2006....

Commiting to Serve Indigenous People

On June 5, the Toronto Police Service’s Community Partnerships & Engagement Unit Aboriginal Peacekeeping along with the Aboriginal Community Consultative Committee hosted a celebration at the Wellesley Community Centre to mark National Indigenous History Month. “As we reflect on the theme, we acknowledge that policing has, and continues to have...

Pride Flags Flown Across City

For the first time, Pride Flags were raised at all public-facing Toronto Police buildings in support of LGBTQ2S+ communities. Formal and small-scale events were held across the city to raise the flags with groups of TPS members, both police officers and civilians, celebrating Pride Month. The largest event was held...



Hand Up Inspires Refugee’s Hope for Future

Hope for the future was one of the few things that Mohammad Qaseem Anwari and his family possessed after fleeing as refugees from Afghanistan in 2021 and landing in Toronto. Bringing very few belongings to Canada, Anwari, his wife and four children, were one of the many refugees housed in...

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