Auxiliaries Heed Call to Service

Photo of Sara Faruqi By Sara Faruqi,
Toronto Police Service
Published at 12:54 p.m., November 27, 2014

A new class of 58 Auxiliary officers graduated on November 26 at an impressive ceremony at the Toronto Police College. The new group joins nearly 400 Auxiliaries who volunteer 81,500 hours annually, assisting in community mobilization initiatives, crime prevention programs, special events, parades, searches for missing persons and emergency call-outs.

A class in uniform sitting on chairs facing the podium.
Auxiliary class 14-02 at their graduation ceremony at the Toronto Police College.
A class in uniform sitting on chairs facing the podium.
A man in TPS auxiliary uniform stands among a group of people seated in TPS Auxiliary uniform
A wide angle shot of a graduation ceremony. Everyon is sitting.
A man with a trophy in his hands, standing alongside the Chief, Chair and Superintendent. All are in uniform except for the Chair.
A woman with an award shield in her hands, to her right is the chief, to her left the Chair and Superintendent.
A woman in uniform shaking hands with the chief.
A woman in auxiliary uniform standing while everyone around her is sitting.
A woman in auxiliary uniform speaking at a podium.
officers in auxiliary uniforms with their hats in their hands.
An officer with his mother and brother on his sides.
A man in uniform with his baby.