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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...

Robbery Suspects Wanted

Toronto Police investigators are seeking the public’s help in locating people wanted for their roles in some violent robberies last year. On July 29, just before 8 p.m., three suspects wearing masks entered a hair salon in the Kennedy Rd. and McNicol Ave. area where there were about 15 people...

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Acts of Giving Across City

Toronto Police Service members performed acts of giving in celebration of Christmas to connect with the most vulnerable members of our community. Alin Savik and his family have had many challenges to overcome in the last few years. Born with an intestinal disorder, one of their two children has had...

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42 Division CPLC Scholarship

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15-20 Body-Worn Cameras Appendix A

42 Division Scholarship Information and Application

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Superintendent Greg Watts District Commander

416-808-4213

Inspector Michael Williams 2nd In Command

416-808-4213

Sergeant Richard Shaw Neighbourhood Community Officer Supervisor

L'Amoreaux, Malvern
416-808-4289

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416-808-4200
242 Milner Av. E., Toronto, ON M1S 5C4

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