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Chief Takes Plunge for Amazing Athletes

Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
Office of the Chief
Chief Myron Demkiw has put himself in a precariously cold position in support of the 2023 Law Enforcement Torch Run Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Ontario. The Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Ontario sees participants get doused, dunked and sprayed with cold water, slush and snow to raise money for...

42 Division Student Scholarship

42 Division
The 42 Division Community Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) is seeking applicants for scholarships that are awarded annually to students residing in the Division. A total of three students will each receive $1,000. To be eligible, they have to demonstrate leadership, academic achievement and a commitment to their community. Financial need...

Donation Addresses Food Insecurity

32 Division
On January 25, 32 Division Neighbourhood Community Officers partnered with Unison health & Community Services to distribute fresh fruit and vegetables to over 120 individuals and families experiencing food insecurity. The Division’s Community Police Liaison Committee donated $1,000 just before the holiday season after Staff Sergeant Sean Cosgrove met Amy...

Rescuing Skaters Who Fell Through Ice



The Toronto Police Marine Unit helped rescue three people who fell through the ice on Lake Ontario. At around 8:35 a.m. on February 6, a distress call came into the unit for three people in the water. Constable Chris Gibson was at the station engaging in dive maintenance work while...

Arrest on First Day of Transit Patrol

42 Division
Hours into their first shift as part of the Toronto Police Service’s increased presence in the city’s transit system in response to a recent spike in violent crimes, Constables Dave Audette and Phillipe LaBarre made an arrest. Soon after boarding the Sheppard Ave. E bus at Pharmacy Ave. on February...

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