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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Carnival Comes Alive Again

It was a rebirth of the Toronto Caribbean Carvnival at police headquarters courtyard on July 29 as the organization launched its carnival celebration with colourful costumes, dancing and music. Since 1991, the Service’s float has been part of the annual celebration. “This is a time to celebrate the rich cultural...

Sweetening Mental Health Awareness Message

Police and Auxiliary officers at four McDonald’s locations around the city handed out free ice cream to youth with simple message: “Today, I support Mental Health.” The Youth Mental Health Day event on June 28 sought to start conversations about the struggles that social media, trauma and bullying play in...

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Combatting Rise in Hate Crime

The number of reported hate crimes targeting people on the basis of ethnic or national origin was higher last year than in any previous year since Toronto Police Service (TPS) began collecting data 29 years ago. Chief James Ramer made the disclosure at a one-day conference hosted by the Service’s...

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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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