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Hope for Holidays

Project Hope is once again brightening the lives of refugees by letting them know that many people are wishing them health and happiness in their first holiday season in Canada. TPS members are collecting donations, including toys, school supplies, winter jackets and new and used tablets and laptops for the...

Turkey and Syria Relief Efforts Raise $112,000

In response to the devastating earthquake in parts of Turkey and Syria last month, Toronto Police Service officers Farzad Ghotbi and Mustafa Popalzai co-ordinated relief efforts to help victims. The 7.8 earthquake struck southern and central Turkey and northern and western Syria, causing over 55,000 deaths in the two countries....

Donation Addresses Food Insecurity

On January 25, 32 Division Neighbourhood Community Officers partnered with Unison health & Community Services to distribute fresh fruit and vegetables to over 120 individuals and families experiencing food insecurity. The Division’s Community Police Liaison Committee donated $1,000 just before the holiday season after Staff Sergeant Sean Cosgrove met Amy...

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Citizenship Medal for Volunteer

Gerald Mak has spent half his life volunteering with Toronto Police Service. While in high school, he attended 42 Division Community Policing Liaison Committee (CPLC) summer picnic and Officer of the Year Award event and was introduced to retired Superintendent Diane Miller who was the Unit Commander. “When I expressed...

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32 Division CPLC Scholarship 2022

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32 Division CPLC Scholarship Poster 2022

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416-808-3213

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