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Remembering Humble Volunteer

Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
One of the longest serving Toronto Police Service Auxiliary members has passed away. Bob Clements, who joined in January 1963, passed away recently. He became an Auxiliary member six years after the Metropolitan Toronto Police Force was formed. “Bob was passionate about volunteering and giving back to the city of...

Connecting Kids with Sports

51 Division
Nearly 60 youth in the Regent Park community took park in a 10-week ProAction Cops & Kids-sponsored basketball and soccer program for girls and boys. Every Wednesday, the young basketball participants converged on Regent Park Community Centre for the program. The soccer players were in action on Saturdays. “We spent...

Carnival Comes Alive Again

Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
Office of the Chief
It was a rebirth of the Toronto Caribbean Carvnival at police headquarters courtyard on July 29 as the organization launched its carnival celebration with colourful costumes, dancing and music. Since 1991, the Service’s float has been part of the annual celebration. “This is a time to celebrate the rich cultural...

New 41 Division will be the Service’s first Zero Carbon Building

41 Division
Office of the Chief
Toronto Police Services Board
The Toronto Police Service (TPS) 41 Division will be expanded to a state-of-the-art facility that will become the Service’s first ‘Net Zero Carbon’ building. Located at 2222 Eglinton Ave. E. at Birchmount Rd., it is scheduled to open to the public by the end of 2025. At the groundbreaking ceremony...

New Superintendents bring range of skills and experiences

14 Division
41 Division
42 Division
Office of the Chief
Tyrone Hilton eats, sleeps and breathes policing. Promoted to Superintendent of Canada’s largest municipal service brings more responsibility that he does not mind shouldering. Among 16 officers elevated to the Toronto Police Service’s (TPS) fourth highest ranking, Hilton said the promotion is impactful. “A Superintendent is in a position to...

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