Ontario Police Memorial Honouring Fallen

By Alice Tham,
Toronto Police Service
Published at 12:04 p.m., May 5, 2014

Thousands of police and civilian members of Ontario Police Services joined the families of fallen officers and other dignitaries including Ontario Lieutenant Governor David Onley, Premier Kathleen Wynne and Chief Bill Blair at the annual memorial ceremony at the Ontario Police Memorial. The name of Toronto officer Constable John Zivcic was added to the granite Wall of Honour this year as his family and platoon mates joined in the memorial.

Three police officers stand behind wreaths near a large statute and granite wall
Police officers stand with memorial wreaths in front of the Wall of Honour
Three police officers stand behind wreaths near a large statute and granite wall
A group of mea and women sitting in the front row of an audience
Men and women in TPS uniform marching along a street
Two long rows of motorcycle officers in TPS uniform
A group of officers in TPS uniform marching on street
A large group of men and women in OPP uniform marching with four flags
A women in TPS uniform crouches and touches a memorial wall where flowers are laid
Cst. John Zivcic Toronto 2013 etched into granite wall with flowers at base of wall