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Recruit Graduation Sparks New Beginnings

Much more than a collection of clothing, the Toronto Police Service (TPS) uniform symbolizes a commitment to respecting, serving and protecting communities, Chief Myron Demkiw told the new uniformed officers at their graduation ceremony on May 27. “Throughout your training, you participated in intense scenarios, made split second decisions,...

New Police Constables Ready for Road

Office of the Chief
Toronto Police College
A class of 146 new police officers marched into their new careers all carrying with them the goal of serving their community. “I am incredibly happy and excited for each and every one of you as I welcome you to our police family,” Chief Myron Demkiw told the recruits assembled...

Mentors Lead New Constables to Policing

Toronto Police College
A year after arriving with his family from Iraq as refugees in 2011, Parsa Hazeri entered high school in Grade Nine at George S. Henry Academy and became very close to then School Resource Officer Constable Patrick Thompson. “I barely spoke English and I had a hard time adjusting to...

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...

Special Constables Step Into New Career

Court Services


Office of the Chief
Toronto Police College
Sara Vollmerhausen followed her heart, her head and listened to her friends in the Toronto Police Service before pursuing her new career. “The thought was always in my mind, but hearing what Toronto Police stands for and its values align with what I want to do long-term convinced me here...

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