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Honouring Partners in Crime Prevention

Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
Office of the Chief
Toronto Crime Stoppers recognized the work of its policing and community partners at the annual 25th annual Chief of Police dinner on May 4. “Given the anonymous nature of Crime Stoppers, crimes that are solved through the assistance of Crime Stoppers often go unrecognized with little or no publicity,” said...

Stay Safe on the Water This Summer



With the Victoria Day weekend being considered the unofficial start of summer, Toronto Police Service’s Marine Unit are reminding people to take safety precautions on Lake Ontario. “This is not a cottage-type lake,” said Constable Stacy Kellough who is the Marine Unit Community Service officer. “It is more of an...

Volunteering in Uniform

Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
Toronto Police College
The latest class of 30 Auxiliary Officers, who serve with the Toronto Police Service in a volunteer role, graduated this week. Acting Staff Superintendent Shannon Dawson said Auxiliary officers support the Service in building and maintaining trust with the communities the organization serves. “I know you will be guided by...

Recognizing Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia

Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
Office of the Chief
The Progress Pride Flag was raised at Toronto Police Service headquarters on International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia observed on May 17. Chief Myron Demkiw said the Service is listening to and learning from community members’ lived experiences and fully supporting Justice Gloria Epstein’s Missing & Missed Report recommendations....

Officers And Civilians Go Above and Beyond

51 Division
Office of the Chief
Two officers, who arrested a suspect in a string of bank robberies in the city, were among many recently honoured with Service Awards. On November 14, 2022, Constables Moritz Lichtenberger and Vyacheslav Biryukov were patrolling the Regent Park & Moss Park area when they heard a broadcast on their police...

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