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Toronto Officer Took Part in Tribute to Queen

Constable Matthew Scarlino of the Mounted United was the only Toronto Police officer who took part in Queen Elizabeth II state funeral in England on September 19. The Army Reservist of nine years is assigned to the 48th Highlanders of Canada, based out of the Moss Park Armoury. The regiment...

Update on Carjacking Investigations



Hold Up investigators updated the media on a series of arrests and people wanted in connection with an increased level of carjackings across the city. “As you know, in Toronto, we continue to experience a concerning increase in carjackings. These robberies are not only happening in our city, but across...

Recognizing a Tragic History

Equity, Inclusion & Human Rights
Office of the Chief
Toronto Police Service members raised Every Child Matters flag at police headquarters on September 30 to mark National Truth & Reconciliation Day. Orange is worn to honour all residential school survivors, their families and communities along with the children who never returned one. Chief James Ramer said public commemoration of...

Officers Honoured at National Memorial

52 Division
Office of the Chief
Chief James Ramer led a group of Toronto police officers participating in the National Peace Officers Memorial ceremony on September 25 in Ottawa. Acting Deputy Chiefs Lauren Pogue and Pauline Gray also joined the Chief in recognizing the lives of officers added to the memorial hall on Parliament Hill, including...

Truth Project Soars Over HQ

Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
An installation of paper cranes symbolizing residential school victims and survivors was unveiled at police headquarters on September 23. Handmade by members of the Indigenous community, it is titled Debwewin, which is the Ojibway word for truth. One of seven original Clans, the Crane represents wisdom and equal communication for...

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