Seniors Crime Awareness Session

By Divisional Policing Support Unit,
Toronto Police Service
Published: 11:23 a.m. May 5, 2016

An officer recently talked crime prevention to a group of seniors.

A man in TPS uniform speaks to a seated group
Constable Jamshid Habibullah speaks to seniors about crime prevention
  • A man in TPS uniform speaks to a seated group
  • A man stands with a microphone in front of a man in TPS uniform

Constable Jamshid Habibullah, from the Divisional Policing Support Unit, held a general information session on Wednesday, April 13 for seniors in  the Muslim community. The topics that were disused were mental well-being, crime prevention, senior fraud and available resources within Toronto Police Service and other partner agencies.  

The purpose of the general information session was to provide the Muslim community an opportunity to get to know what resources are available in our Service and other partner agencies. One of the Toronto Police Service’s priorities is to build meaningful community partnerships for a safer city.

“Information sessions and awareness events like this one serve to show the increasing challenges the Muslim senior society faces today and the continuous support of the Toronto Police Service," said community leader Yusuf Khan.

The event served to show that individuals who are going through challenges are not alone.

For information on police/community events, please contact Constable Jamshid Habibullah at 416-808-0119 or via email:

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