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Afghan Community Celebrates Police Officers

51 Division
Homicide and Missing Persons Unit
The Afghan community in the Greater Toronto Area celebrated police officers who have made a difference in their community through their outreach. Afghan Nobel TV hosted the event that celebrated many community members and elders for their focus on helping others, while celebrating Eid-el-Fitr, the end to the month-long dawn-to-sunset...

Civic Actions Strengthen Social Fabric

Office of the Chief
Professional Standards
Colleagues at a bagel shop in the city who rescued a woman from harming herself were recognized with Community Member Awards at Toronto Police Service headquarters. On September 26, 2022, Eric Alba and Gordana Sorial were working at the bagel shop when an unknown woman walked into the kitchen area,...

Crime Prevention a Community Effort

43 Division
Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
Community resident James Thomas is very passionate about creating a healthy community through preventing crime. But more than solving a crime or catching a criminal, he is interested in understanding what can be done to help the person committing a crime turn their life around. “We talk of ways to...

Citizens Step In to Keep Their City Safe

11 Division
42 Division
51 Division
Office of the Chief
Professional Standards
Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) bus operator Reanna Bourque was travelling southbound on Progress Ave, near Highway 401 on March 6, 2022 when she noticed a man in distress running in front of live traffic towards the overpass railing. “He looked quite upset, so I pulled over as he was coming...

Senior Gets Freedom Back After Theft

14 Division
A Toronto senior citizen has been given his freedom of mobility back after 14 Division officers helped replace his scooter that was stolen from outside his apartment while he slept. After 79-year-old Yousef Feiz reported the theft, Detective Constable Diana Vigna began collecting video and evidence. Images of the suspect...

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