Police Games Brings Together Competitors

By Constable Sean Shapiro,
Toronto Police Service
Published at 10:54 a.m., June 16, 2014

The 131st Toronto Police Games featured over 600 athletes participating in soccer, volleyball, flag football, three-on-three basketball and ball hockey. This one-day event brought together officers and the community closer through sports competition. The event, organized by the Toronto Police Amateur Athletic Association featured All-Star games for each sport, between kids from ProAction Cops & Kids programs and police officers.

A large group of people in the middle of a basketball court
Basketball teams get together for a group photo
A large group of people in the middle of a basketball court
A man passes a basketball leaning around another player
A man jumps with a basketball in hand as another man crouches in front of him
Four men play drums, keyboard, guitar and bass with amplifiers around them
Two men and two women, one woman holds a bag
A girl, with her face painted, waves at the camera and others adjust belts with flags
A man hits a volleyball into the air on a beach volleyball court
A group of men and women wearing blue shirts on an indoor beach volleyball court
View from behind net of goalie saving an orange ball as other players run toward net