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Standing Together for Peaceful Demonstrations

Community Safety Command
Toronto Police will not hesitate to enforce the law and make arrests where warranted during ongoing demonstrations stemming from the crisis in the Middle East. “Policing such events in a free and democratic society presents unique challenges,” Deputy Chief Lauren Pogue said at a news conference at police headquarters on...

Suspected Wanted in Murder of Bystander

55 Division
Homicide and Missing Persons Unit
Toronto Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a suspect they believe was involved in the murder of a bystander in the city last summer. On July 7, 2023, Karolina Huebner-Makurat was killed by a stray bullet while walking in the Queen St. E. and Carlaw Ave. neighbourhood. A...

Chief: Expect Increased Police Presence

Office of the Chief
In response to the terrorist attack in Israel last weekend, Chief Myron Demkiw said there will be an increased police presence at Jewish and Palestinian gathering places across the city so residents feel safe in going about their daily lives. At a media conference at police headquarters on October 12,...

Over 500 Stolen Cars Recovered

22 Division
23 Division
A five-month Toronto Police Service (TPS) investigation aimed at reducing the number of catalytic and stolen automobile thefts has resulted in the recovery of 556 vehicles worth more than $27 million and 314 charges laid against 119 people. Launched in November 2022, Project Stallion is ongoing. “As we speak, our...

Largest Single Day Drug Seizure

Drug Squad
Toronto police officers made the largest single-day drug seizure in the Service's history – 520 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine and 151 kilograms of cocaine. The announcement was made at a press conference at police headquarters on November 17. It surpasses the previous record set last April of 286 kilograms of...

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