Proud Day For New Constables

Photo of Sara Faruqi By Sara Faruqi,
Toronto Police Service
Published at 4:40 p.m., May 13, 2015

The latest Toronto Police College class graduated on May 13 before a crowd of hundreds of family and friends. Of the 47 new constables 87% have post-secondary education and 27% have previous military or policing experience. Over half of the class speak a language other than English, and, of the new recruits who speak a second language.

The chief inspecting a line of constables
Acting Chief Saunders inspects the graduating class.
The chief inspecting a line of constables
two women in uniform stand facing the chief, one is wearing an inspector uniform the other in constable dress uniform.
Three constables in a  line, evenly spaced.
A line of men and women in TPS uniform
a row of people standing and clapping looking happy
A man in uniform smiling
A constable standing with the Chief smiling, holding an award
Constables with their hats off under their arms
Two men in uniform looking at a baby boy
A woman hugging her sister who is wearing a TPS uniform
The Chief saluting and smiling.
Two men and a woman in TPS uniform. Man in centre holds a plaque
A woman in TPS uniform adjusts the cap of a man in TPS uniform
two men in uniform and one in a green blazer. Man in centre is holding a plaque.
A girl in her moms arms, looking at her mothers uniform.