Putting Heads Together in Fight Against Cancer

By Alice Tham,
Toronto Police Service
Published at 10:40 a.m., April 14, 2014

Toronto Police civilian, auxiliary and police officers stepped up with the community to shave their heads to support and raise money for victims of cancer and the important research of the disease. The Cops For Cancer head shave event raised over $85,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society.

A woman in TPS uniform with a shaved head sitting in a chair holding two ponytails of hair
Constable Renee Dawe proudly displays her locks ready for donation
A woman in TPS uniform with a shaved head sitting in a chair holding two ponytails of hair
A man and woman in TPS uniform take photos on their phones of a woman sitting in a chair having her hair cut by another woman
A cameraman man films as a woman in a TPS uniform holds a ponytail in front of a girl
A seated man has his head shaved by a girl as he speaks into a microphone
A woman with a shaved head is hugged by a boy with a shaved head
Two women in TPS auxiliary uniforms holding phones
Three girls in yellow T-shirts holding donation boxes
A boy has his head shaved by a woman
A girl and woman shave a man's head
Two men in TPS uniform shave a boy's head
A man claps behind a woman with a shaved head in a cops for cancer T-shirt
A man in TPS uniform with a man and a woman