All crimes of a sexual nature, regardless of the victim’s gender or age, impacts the community and effects the victim’s quality of life and wellbeing.

The Toronto Police Service Sex Crimes unit was originally created in 1989 to investigate serious and serial sexual offences that were beyond the resources and/or expertise of divisional units. Since that time, the unit has expanded and now incorporates specialized units that are dedicated to the sensitive needs of victims. The Toronto Police Service is dedicated to the wellbeing, care and recovery of all victims of sexually motived crimes.

Public safety is a unit priority. Sex Crimes gratefully acknowledges community and external partnerships that assist the unit in serving the communities of Toronto.

Below are two websites designed to provide resources and help for survivors of sexual assault and human trafficking that were designed in partership with community organizations. 

Visit - A Guide for Sexual Assault Survivors

Human Trafficking Survivors Website


Hate the Hate -- Report the Crime

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Detective Sergeant Anne-Marie Bishop Officer in Charge: Investigative Section | Sexual Offender Registry Enforcement Unit | Behavioural Assessment | Cold Case

Detective Sergeant Barbara Adam Officer in Charge: Internet Child Exploitation


Detective Sergeant Gregory Payne Officer in Charge: Child & Youth Advocacy Centre


Detective Sergeant Erin Hanlon Officer In Charge: Human Trafficking Enforcement Team


Contact Sex Crimes

40 College St. Toronto, ON M5G 2J3
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