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Students Volunteer in Community Policing

A group of Humber College students stepped up to volunteer in their community as they pursue a career in the criminal justice field. A total of 37 new 22 Division Rover Crew members were invested on March 11 at the Toronto Police College. So far this school year, in matter...

Off-Duty Officers Rush into Burning Building

Off-duty officers from Toronto and York rescued a man from a burning building in early December. Toronto Constable Aidan Loughlin and York Regional Constable Justin Baird were leaving a restaurant in their hometown of St. Catharines when they noticed smoke in the air. They quickly located the a nearby building...



Inspiring Youth to New Heights

As a Neighbourhood Community Officer (NCO) in 22 Division, Constable Jermaine Watt was looking for ways to engage young people in his community. The holder of a pilot license the last 16 years, Watt chose aviation, as a unique way to connect with young people. “Flying is something I really...

Over 1,000 Stolen Vehicles Recovered

An 11-month Toronto Police Service (TPS) investigation into car thefts in the city has led to the recovery of 1,080 vehicles and 553 charges laid against 228 people. Project Stallion ran in 22 and 23 Divisions to address the spike in auto and catalytic converter thefts in the divisions that...

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22 Division Rover Crew Program

The 22 Division Rover Crew Program is designed to prepare young individuals for the future and encourgaes them to give back to the community. 


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3699 Bloor St. W., Toronto, ON M9A 1A2

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