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Honoring War Animals' Sacrifice

Police Officers marked the International Day for War Animals remembering the sacrifice of horses who served in World War I and the remarkable story of Bunny, who survived the war. “This day is one of sombre importance to the Mounted Unit,” said Staff Sergeant Bryan Campbell. “We sent our beloved...

Police Horse Heads Home

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After serving the city of Toronto for 15 years, a Toronto Police horse has returned home in retirement. Trooper, who retired this month, was welcomed home by the Lundy Family in Creemore, about an hour north of the city. The family gladly welcomed the opportunity to welcome home the 19-year-old...

New Perspective for Officers Policing on Horseback

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Seven new Mounted officers celebrated their success in completing three months of comprehensive training allowing them the unique view of policing the city on horseback. The graduation ceremony took place on April 14 at the Horse Palace where the new riders had a chance to show off their skills riding...

Fun Day to Connect with Community

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Police Dog Services
Canine, Mounted and Emergency Task Force officers took time recently to engage with a group of people with physical and developmental disabilities, explaining and demonstrating some of the work they do to keep the city safe. The group from New Visions Toronto, a non-profit organization that has 16 homes and...

Steady Simcoe Signs Off

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After 16 years with the Mounted Unit, Simcoe has left the stable onto greener pastures. The Percheron Cross was acquired in 2006 and was retired in early June. His full-time rider, Constable Dave Moore rode him for the last time alongside other police horses. “This is a bittersweet day for...

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