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Taking Closer Look at Policing

Last February, a teenager was fatally shot inside David & Mary Thomson Collegiate Institute in Scarborough. Just three days earlier, Mostafa Eiwazkhani had encountered the student, whom had been an acquaintance since Grade Seven. “We talked for a bit,” the 17-year-old high school graduate said. “I was shocked when I...

Performing at Top of Dream Job

About two years after migrating from Portugal with her family, then-12-year-old Eliana Santos called 9-1-1 after a thief broke into her uncle’s truck. “He told me to do that while my mom ran after the suspect, caught him and literally knocked him (to the ground) before 14 Division officers showed...

Tribute to Encourage Love of Reading

A section of Hunter Glen Public School library has been dedicated to the memory of social worker Heather Rambharack, who lost her battle to cancer in December 2018. She was the wife of Acting Staff Sergeant Neil Rambharack, who is the Executive Officer for the Toronto Police Legal Services General...

Steady Simcoe Signs Off

After 16 years with the Mounted Unit, Simcoe has left the stable onto greener pastures. The Percheron Cross was acquired in 2006 and was retired in early June. His full-time rider, Constable Dave Moore rode him for the last time alongside other police horses. “This is a bittersweet day for...

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Blitz Targets Street Racing

A one-day traffic blitz hosted by Traffic Services resulted in the issuance of nearly 400 tickets in a six-hour period on June 24. Project ERASE (Eliminate Racing Activity on Streets Everywhere) was a joint Greater Toronto Highway Area police services response to drivers who chose to street race and operate...

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