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Blitz Targets Street Racing

A one-day traffic blitz hosted by Traffic Services resulted in the issuance of nearly 400 tickets in a six-hour period on June 24. Project ERASE (Eliminate Racing Activity on Streets Everywhere) was a joint Greater Toronto Highway Area police services response to drivers who chose to street race and operate...

New Officers Join Ranks

In high school, Tenzin Choephel knew he wanted to be an Emergency Services provider. “It was either policing or firefighting,” he said. Choephel, who speaks four languages, eventually settled for a law enforcement career. “As I grew older, I could see that policing is a profession where you are able...

Northrup Memory Burns Bright at Torch Run

The 35th annual Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) for Special Olympics Ontario was dedicated to the memory of Detective Constable Jeffrey Northrup, who died in the line of duty last July. Hundreds gathered for the run and walk starting at Toronto Police Headquarters on June 23, to support Special Olympics...

Combatting Rise in Hate Crime

The number of reported hate crimes targeting people on the basis of ethnic or national origin was higher last year than in any previous year since Toronto Police Service (TPS) began collecting data 29 years ago. Chief James Ramer made the disclosure at a one-day conference hosted by the Service’s...

Chief's Golf Tournament Supports Victims

Over $400,000 is expected to be raised from the second annual Toronto Police Service Chief’s Golf Tournament. Approximately 280 competitors took part in the event on June 9 at Angus Glen Golf Club. Chief James Ramer relished spending the day playing alongside supporters of the fundraising event that featured food...

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