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Scarborough Toy Drive Underway

Over the last 28 years, thousands of children in need in Scarborough received a special gift thanks to Auxiliary Officers. “The Toronto Police Auxiliary alongside the Toronto Police Service and, with the support of local businesses and individuals who donate to the worthy cause, have helped countless children,” said Carrie...

Citizens Step In to Keep Their City Safe

Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) bus operator Reanna Bourque was travelling southbound on Progress Ave, near Highway 401 on March 6, 2022 when she noticed a man in distress running in front of live traffic towards the overpass railing. “He looked quite upset, so I pulled over as he was coming...

Police Teams Match Up on Pitch

Toronto Police Cricket Club (TPCC) won the three-day North America Police Cricket Championship cricket 20-overs championship at the Percy Cummins cricket ground in Scarborough. Staff Superintendent Peter Moreira helped kick off the September event that draws police cricket teams to share in the love of the game at the pitch...

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New Superintendents bring range of skills and experiences

Tyrone Hilton eats, sleeps and breathes policing. Promoted to Superintendent of Canada’s largest municipal service brings more responsibility that he does not mind shouldering. Among 16 officers elevated to the Toronto Police Service’s (TPS) fourth highest ranking, Hilton said the promotion is impactful. “A Superintendent is in a position to...

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42 Division CPLC Scholarship

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Superintendent Greg Watts District Commander

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