Traffic Services Story Captured By Youth

By Traffic Services,
Toronto Police Service
Published at 4:28 p.m., December 15, 2014

East York Alternative School students partnered with Toronto police officers to create murals capturing the past, present and future of Traffic Services. The murals now hang in the staff meeting and lunch area to underline the proud history and continued commitment to traffic safety.

A teenage boy and a woman wearing protective masks spray paint a piece of paper outside
A student works on a piece alongside Detective-Constable Courtney Yourkin, on right
A teenage boy and a woman wearing protective masks spray paint a piece of paper outside
A group of people, including a man and woman in TPS uniform are seated and standing in an art studio
A man stands over two men in TPS uniform and a teenage girl seated at a table holding brushes over an artistic work
A mural with the words Honesty, Integrity, Respect, Reliability, Fairness, Teamwork and Positivity with a Traffic Services Winged Wheel logo
A collage of photos in black and white drawings with a building, a line of officers on motorcycles, several other vehicles and a line of tow trucks
A mural of a police building with vehicles with a sign reading: Motorists and Pedestrians Drive and Walk Safely Traffic Deaths 36 Last Year To Date This Year 69
A group of a people seated at several tables with red and green tablecloths near several murals
Three murals hand on hands linked by a road along the wall. Tables are in the middle of the room