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Serving Up Kindness

Communities & Neighbourhoods Command
Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
For the third consecutive year, the Toronto Police worked with Humaniti to mark World Kindness Day. The non-profit organization received nearly 3,000 meals from three restaurant partners, with the intention of spreading kindness to those facing food insecurities. “If we’re going to have strong, vibrant communities, every stakeholder must be...

Act of Remembrance

Office of the Chief
In continuation of the long-standing tradition, the names of the fallen TPS officers from World War I & II were read aloud at Toronto Police Service Headquarters in front of the Honour Roll that bears their names. The annual Toronto Police Military Veterans Association (TPMVA) Remembrance ceremony is a reminder...

Shoppers Get Free Safety Advice

33 Division
Fairview Mall shoppers got a freebie and a few crime prevention tips during crime prevention week. Crime Prevention Officer Joel Roberts was joined by police and Auxiliary officers as well as volunteers handing out faraday pouches and delivering messages about how to protect their cars from theft and themselves from...

Remembering Sacrifice of Sikh Soldier

Office of the Chief
Members of the Sikh community, first responders and members of the armed forces gathered at Mount Hope Cemetery in Kitchener on Sunday, November 5, to honour a Sikh military hero from the First World War and contributions of Sikh soldiers. Private Buckam Singh, who immgrated to Canada in 1907 at...

Creating Awareness of Crime Prevention

Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
Office of the Chief
Crime prevention can only be accomplished through collaboration among police, social service agencies and the community. The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police launched Crime Prevention Week at Toronto Police headquarters Monday, November 6 with the theme: Awareness, Engagement, Prevention. “Toronto Police Service members have fully embraced a culture of...

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