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New Constable Reconnects with Police Mentor

Growing up Rashid Mbarouk saw the toll that violence took on a community and was inspired to do what he could to keep his city safe. The Tanzanian immigrant came to Canada with his family in 2004 settling in Lawrence Heights, where he was exposed to the tragedy of losing...

Off-Duty Officer Arrests Armed Man

An off-duty police officer, who intervened in an attempted carjacking and arrested a suspect who shot at him during a brief foot chase in Scarborough, was honoured with a Merit Mark at the Toronto Police Service Awards at headquarters on April 18. Just after midnight on September 10, 2022, Constable...


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42 Division Student Scholarship

The 42 Division Community Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) is seeking applicants for scholarships that are awarded annually to students residing in the Division. A total of three students will each receive $1,000. To be eligible, they have to demonstrate leadership, academic achievement and a commitment to their community. Financial need...

Arrest on First Day of Transit Patrol

Hours into their first shift as part of the Toronto Police Service’s increased presence in the city’s transit system in response to a recent spike in violent crimes, Constables Dave Audette and Phillipe LaBarre made an arrest. Soon after boarding the Sheppard Ave. E bus at Pharmacy Ave. on February...

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The Toronto Police Service is making the public aware of a telephone scam in which individuals are fraudulently posing as police members. If you receive a call from someone claiming to be a police member, please call the contact number back to verify. If you become suspicious or suspect a fraud has taken place, please report it to police at 416-808-2222, or using our online reporting system.

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242 Milner Av. E., Toronto, ON M1S 5C4

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