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Shoppers Get Free Safety Advice

33 Division
Fairview Mall shoppers got a freebie and a few crime prevention tips during crime prevention week. Crime Prevention Officer Joel Roberts was joined by police and Auxiliary officers as well as volunteers handing out faraday pouches and delivering messages about how to protect their cars from theft and themselves from...

Organized Retail Theft $5 Billion Problem

Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
Organized retail crime is a $5 billion industry in Canada annually, leading to increased prices at checkout and violence against employees. To address the growing issue that affects more 87% of independent retailers, Toronto Crime Stoppers launched an organized retail crime awareness campaign on October 3 at police headquarters. The...

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...

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 enhance...

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