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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Crime Prevention a Community Effort

Community resident James Thomas is very passionate about creating a healthy community through preventing crime. But more than solving a crime or catching a criminal, he is interested in understanding what can be done to help the person committing a crime turn their life around. “We talk of ways to...

Truth Project Soars Over HQ

An installation of paper cranes symbolizing residential school victims and survivors was unveiled at police headquarters on September 23. Handmade by members of the Indigenous community, it is titled Debwewin, which is the Ojibway word for truth. One of seven original Clans, the Crane represents wisdom and equal communication for...

Helping Veterans Out of Darkness

A Toronto Police program to help link vulnerable military veterans to social services was unveiled at headquarters on September 8. With the full support of the Community Partnership & Engagement Unit and the Command Team, Constables Aaron Dale and Jeremy Burns – who served in the Canadian Armed Forces –...

Resources

06-13 Mobile Crisis Intervention Team

FOCUS Toronto Star Article

FOCUS Presentation to Toronto Police Services Board

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Forms

Volunteer Personal History Form (CPEU 2)

Adult & Youth Volunteer Application (CPEU 1)

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Contact Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit

416-808-0100

Mailing Address:

Community Partnerships & Engagement Unit
C/O Toronto Police Service
40 College St.
Toronto, ON
M5G 2J3 
 

Management Team

Superintendent LeeAnn Papizewski Unit Commander

416-808-0100

Staff Sergeant Brian Urkosky Second-In-Command

416-808-0101

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