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Tribute to Training Pioneer

The Toronto Police College (TPC) auditorium has been renamed after late Staff Superintendent Darren Smith, who was the first unit commander of the learning centre that opened 13 years ago. He died on December 19, 2012 after battling Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. He was...

Guns Seized Before Sold on Streets

Over 60 firearms destined for street sale were seized during an investigation of alleged arms traffickers. Investigators displayed 62 firearms – the majority high-quality Glock handguns worth up to $6,000 each in street value – as part of the eight-month-long Project Barbell. Three AK-style and five AR-15-style rifles were also...

Movember Campaign Wraps Up

For the second year in a row, the Toronto Police Follicle Force surpassed $20,000 in funds raised in their Movember campaign.

The annual campaign, designed to draw attention to men’s mental and physical health has seen TPS involvement since 2011, totalling over 800 members...

Province-wide Child Exploit Arrests

Toronto Police announced online child exploitation arrests as part of the province-wide Project Maverick. The month-long project was part of the Provincial Strategy to Protect Children From Sexual Abuse and Exploitation on the Internet, a province-wide collaboration between 27 police services, government and community agencies. During the month, the policing...

Arrest in Tice, Gilmour Murders

After nearly four decades, investigators and genealogists were able to solve the murders of Erin Gilmour and Susan Tice that beguiled generations of seasoned police officers and tormented their families. Tice, 45, was murdered on August 17, 1983. She was discovered deceased by a relative in the upstairs bedroom of...

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