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Recognizing Lifesaving Work

43 Division
Chief Myron Demkiw and the Command team acknowledged 43 Division officers whose outstanding work may have saved the life of an off-duty officer and led to the arrest of four people involved in a robbery and stabbing in Scarborough last December. “You do such incredible work keeping our city safe,”...

Pastor Shows Faith in His City

55 Division
Pastor Wendell Gibbs realized many years ago that the faith community could be a vital link between police and the public they are sworn to serve. It began years earlier as an Assistant Pastor in the Heron Park neighbourhood connecting police officers with members of their community. He has since...

Canine Help on Child Exploitation Cases

Sex Crimes
Internet Child Exploitation (ICE) investigators are employing the most basic of senses – scent – to combat those who commit crimes using the latest technology. Blue, an electronics storage devices detection dog, is working alongside investigators helping root out evidence using only her nose since September at 15-months-old. Her handler,...

Finding Betty

43 Division
Emergency Management & Public Order
The use of a Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systemis being credited with saving a missing senior’s life. In mid December, members of 43 Division were dispatched to a missing person call. The senior, a 71-year-old who goes by Betty, suffers from Alzheimer’s was last seen at 5 p.m. that evening. She...

Celebrating Lunar New Year

The Lunar New Year has a special significance to East Asians throughout the Toronto Police Service and its communities, Chief Myron Demkiw said at a celebratory event at police headquarters on February 7. “Lunar New Year, also known as Chinese New Year or Spring Festival, holds cultural and traditional significance...

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