Parking Updates

New Career Path for Parking Officers

After three years in the Canadian military police in Petawawa, Arden Earhart was looking for the next challenge. Born and raised in Toronto, she wanted to come back home. “I didn’t want to become a uniformed officer, so I looked into other options,” said the Carleton University Criminology graduate. “I...

Parking Officers Ready for Patrol

A new class of 42 Parking Enforcement Officers took their first steps into their new role at their graduation at the Toronto Police College July 20. Deputy Chief Robert Johnson said the recruits they are vital to keeping the city moving and public safety. “Some may think you only issue...

Training Prepares Parking Officers for Road

After six weeks of training the 42 new Parking Enforcement Officers (PEOs) are prepared to keep the city moving. New PEO Heather Tracey had high praise for the training staff. “This is probably the most extensive training I have received for a new skill I have learned,” she said. “It...

New Parking Officers Keep City Moving

The largest class of Parking Enforcement Officers were deployed to the road in December. The 44 Parking Enforcement Officers (PEOs) graduated on December 15 at the Toronto Police College. Deputy Chief Lauren Pogue told the recruits their new role carries a lot of responsibility. “Each and every one of you...

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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.


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Manager Brian Moniz