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Reflecting on Reconciliation

Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
Office of the Chief
Toronto Police Services Board
Chief James Ramer acknowledges there is much work to be done to mend relations with Canada’s Indigenous communities as many forge the path toward reconciliation. Just over a year ago, the remains of Indigenous children were found near the former Kamloops Residential School. “That was a terrible reminder of the...

Do You Know This Girl?

53 Division
Homicide and Missing Persons Unit
Investigators have released images to help with the investigation of a little girl found dead in a dumpster earlier this month. A composite sketch of the little has been created with the hope that someone recognizes her as well as an image of a vehicle that stopped at the crime...

Youth Advocate Wins Citizen Award

Toronto Police Services Board
A Toronto Police Services Board (TPSB) Senior Advisor was named a Brampton Citizen of the Year. Danielle Dowdy was bestowed with the honour, in the adult category, on May 25 at the Rose Theatre. This award recognizes local residents who build communities and show what can be achieved with passion...

Basketball Brings Down Boundaries

22 Division
23 Division
31 Division
Integrated Gun & Gang Task Force
Toronto Police College
Fidelis Bewudia always relishes a chance to lace up his high-tops and compete, and the Hoop Dreams basketball tournament was no exception as he had a chance to play and meet fellow competitors and connect with police officers. Held...

Celebrating Pride Month

51 Division
Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
Community Safety Command
Equity, Inclusion & Human Rights
Office of the Chief
The Progress Pride Flag is once again flying over police headquarters as Service members and community partners marked the beginning of Pride Month. Acting Deputy Chief Kim Yeandle said the flag was raised in support and celebration of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer or Questioning and Two-Spirit (LBGTQ2S+) Toronto Police...

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