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Helping Veterans Out of Darkness

Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
Office of the Chief
A Toronto Police program to help link vulnerable military veterans to social services was unveiled at headquarters on September 8. With the full support of the Community Partnership & Engagement Unit and the Command Team, Constables Aaron Dale and Jeremy Burns – who served in the Canadian Armed Forces –...

Arrest in April Mass Shooting

Investigators have made an arrest in connection with a shooting of a group of people in April in a Scarborough parking plaza lot near Markham Rd. and Lawrence Ave. E. Officers form 43 Division responded to a shooting where multiple people were shot. Paramedics transported five people to hospital. At...

Signs Reminds of Power to Prevent Crime

Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
Office of the Chief
See It, Say It, Stop It. Torontonians are being reminded of the power they have to report and prevent crime in their neighbourhoods with a Toronto Crime Stoppers signage pilot project. Toronto Police has collaborated with the City of Toronto to launch a Community Signage Pilot Program designed to...

Staying Sharp for the Road

Traffic Services

416-808-1900

Motorcycle officers had the chance to hone and show off their skills recently at this year’s Great Lakes Police Motorcycle Training Seminar (GLPMTS). GLPMTS offers both in-class and on the road training as well as a competition over the course of the week that included police officers from local agencies...

Return Medications to Keep Home Safe

13 Division
Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
As part of International Overdose Awareness Day marked on August 31 and National Drug Drop-Off Month, the Toronto Police Service collaborated with Rexall to help raise awareness about the safe disposal of medications. “It is an opportunity for people to turn in medications they are not using and also reduce...

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