Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit (CPEU) is committed to providing an effective, efficient and economical support service to Service members in the practical application of Community Mobilization principles, as well as developing, enhancing and maintaining constructive community partnerships. CPEU continues to include a number of community mobilization functions that support the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) Mobilization & Engagement Model of Community Policing adopted by the Toronto Police Service.

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Honouring Indigenous Elders

The Toronto Police Service is committed to seeking Elders’ and Knowledge Keepers’ voices and experiences as the organization works to co-develop solutions and initiatives focused on outcomes that are most important to First Nations, Inuit and Metis communities in Toronto. “Through their tireless efforts, they ensure that the wisdom of...

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Helping Veterans Overcome Crisis

Over 60 veterans in Toronto, who were in crisis and needed assistance, have received help through the Military Veterans Wellness Program (MVWP) that was launched two years ago. With the full support of the Community Partnership & Engagement Unit (CPEU) and the Command Team, Constables Aaron Dale and Jeremy Burns...

Celebrating Crime Stoppers

Last year, anonymous tips led to the removal of 30 illegal firearms and assisted Toronto Police in solving five homicides. Also, a community tip resulted in the arrest of BOLO #1 Most Wanted Suspect. Wanted for second-degree murder, he was captured in Prince Edward Island earlier this month. Toronto Crime...

Resources

FOCUS Toronto Star Article

FOCUS Presentation to Toronto Police Services Board

Community Consultative Committee Application Form CPEU10

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Forms

Volunteer Personal History Form (CPEU 2)

Adult & Youth Volunteer Application (CPEU 1)

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Key Contacts

Superintendent Greg Watts Unit Commander

416-808-0100

Superintendent Paul Rinkoff Uint Commander

416-808-0111

Contact Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit

416-808-0100
40 College St., Toronto ON M5G 2J3
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