Newest Police Constables Graduation

Photo of Sara Faruqi By Sara Faruqi,
Toronto Police Service
Published at 6:39 p.m., September 10, 2014

The Toronto Police College played host to 89 excited new police constables as they graduated before family and friends as well as their new colleagues. The graduating class was diverse in ethnic background and past career experience but all shared the same goal of giving back to their community and keeping the city safe.

A man in uniform holding a toddler in his arms and smiling near others
Constable Mahip Bains is congratulated by family after the ceremony
A man in uniform holding a toddler in his arms and smiling near others
A woman walking in the foreground inside of a gym, with a group of officers in uniforms standing and applauding.
A man in uniform is shaking a female police officers hand and handing her a badge.
A man in Toronto police uniform in front of rows of young men and women also in full Toronto police attire all of whom are marching.
A woman in TPS uniform smiles at the camera while seated amongst others in TPS uniforms.
A man and a woman in TPS uniform stand smiling and saluting another man in TPS uniform
Chief Bill Blair stands in front of a line of officers looking at them.
Toronto police officers in full uniform stand up, while in the foreground a female officer is saluting
A row of officers standing with serious expressions on their faces.
A man in TPS uniform is seen saluting another man whose back is turned to  the camera.