Walking the Pan Am Beat

Photo of Sara Faruqi By Sara Faruqi,
Toronto Police Service
Published at 3:40 p.m., July 17, 2015

To ensure safety at the Pan Am Games, Toronto Police Officers were out patrolling the streets, venues and water this week.

Two officers, back turned to camera, looking at the stage.
Officers on general patrol pause for a moment at the CIBC Pan Am Park to watch what's happening on stage. (Photo by Ganka Nagarajah)
Two officers, back turned to camera, looking at the stage.
An officer in uniform taking a photo from a phone.
An officer in marine uniform on a boat looking out towards a odd of water set up with a ramp
Three officers in TPS uniforms on bicycles
A woman in uniform clapping as another police officer looks on
A man in marine uniform on a police boar with the Toronto skyline behind him, looking east.
An officer in uniform giving a thumbs up to a Cuban Field Hockey player who is wearing his uniform.
An officer in uniform speaking to an officer in a TPS t-shirt
Two officers talking to each other on the sides of a beach volleyball court, the stands above them are filled with spectators.
Two officers with their back turned to the camera on a police boat looking at a sailing race
An officer pointing towards a gold cart as a woman walks towards it
An officer standing on the side of a Field hockey field watching the game.
An officer on a sea-doo
An officer speaking to a man and woman who are wearing orange Pan Am T-shirts.