Traffic Operations Updates
Stay away from a steering wheel if you have consumed alcohol or drugs. “We know that more and more folks are out celebrating the holiday season,” said Sergeant Brett Moore of Traffic Services. “The key message we want to get out is that the Toronto Police is out there looking...
In his 23 years on the job, Sergeant Dean Rodney has been involved in physical confrontations when responding to emergencies and trying to make arrests. “This comes with the work you do,” he said, of having to fend off an assault. Facing a suspect with a knife in a Scarborough...
The Toronto Police Service is committed to remembering Constable Andrew Hong and all that he represented when training the next generation of motorcycle officers. On September 12, 2022 while on lunchbreak at a coffee shop during joint police services training in Mississauga, Hong was fatally shot. It was the start...
A Toronto traffic enforcement team that targets driving behaviours responsible for the most serious types of collisions across the city has been recognized for their work to keep streets safe. The Toronto Police Service 2022 Vision Zero Enforcement Team (VZET) is the recipient of this year’s Ontario Association of Chiefs...
The Parking Enforcement Unit contributes to the overall safety and security of the people of Toronto by focusing on the Toronto Police Service traffic safety priorities.
Vision Zero Action Plan
Our comprehensive five year action plan is focused on reducing traffic-related fatalities and serious injuries on Toronto's streets.
What to do when Pulled Over by the Police
A Police Officer may pull a driver over for a variety of reasons. As a result, there are many actions driver's should be be aware of if pulled over or issued a ticket.
Hate the Hate -- Report the Crime
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