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Championing Mental Health

Office of the Chief


Lanie Schachter-Snipper, the head of Mental Health & Wellbeing at Toronto Police Service, is the recipient of this year’s Canada Beyond the Blue Champions of Change Leadership Award. Chief Myron Demkiw made the presentation at this year’s gala for the charitable organization that strengthens and supports police service members, both...

Let's Talk About Mental Health

Office of the Chief


Chief Myron Demkiw reiterated the commitment to meaningful action and creating positive change to enhance the wellbeing of employees and community members as part of Bell Let’s Talk Day. “Today, we will once again focus on addressing the mental health needs in our Service and communities,” he said, at a...

Helping Veterans Out of Darkness

Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
Office of the Chief
A Toronto Police program to help link vulnerable military veterans to social services was unveiled at headquarters on September 8. With the full support of the Community Partnership & Engagement Unit and the Command Team, Constables Aaron Dale and Jeremy Burns – who served in the Canadian Armed Forces –...

Encouraging Courageous Conversations

The worst day of Sgt. Ali Moosvi’s career was almost 20 years ago when he uttered the words “there’s been an incident.” With that simple phrase he delivered the tragic news to a young father that his infant son was dead and his wife mortally injured....

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