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Tragic Loss of Police Dog

Service members are mourning the loss of the first canine member killed in the line of duty. On July 25, police were called to the Dixon & Kipling Rds. area after receiving reports of gunshots. Bingo was fatally shot while searching for a suspect. Chief Myron Demkiw said the brave...

Carnival Season Celebrated

Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
Toronto Police launched its Carnival celebration with costumes, music and dance spilling into the bright sunshine of Headquarters courtyard on July 21. The celebration was early as the Service’s Carnival float was unveiled before being used the Junior Carnival parade in Malvern on July 22. “I particularly enjoy how this...

Parking Officers Ready for Patrol

Parking Enforcement
A new class of 42 Parking Enforcement Officers took their first steps into their new role at their graduation at the Toronto Police College July 20. Deputy Chief Robert Johnson said the recruits they are vital to keeping the city moving and public safety. “Some may think you only issue...

Exceptional Student Gets $7,500 Scholarship

43 Division
A mature, busy and family focused Honours high school student received the 43 Division Community Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) Game Changing scholarship to continue her studies in university. Tamkin Bigzad was awarded the $7,500 scholarship because of her extraordinary ability to balance school work, participate in extracurricular activities and help...

Leadership in Hate Crimes Investigations

Intelligence Services
When ‘Your Ward News’ hit newsstands for the first time in March 2015, many readers were shocked by the overtly racist Neo-Nazi themes and misogynistic remarks. Detective Kiran Bisla, the Toronto Police Service’s Hate Crime Coordinator, was involved in the investigation into the racist content from the beginning. As the...

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