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Police Part of Wolf Pack
Brenden Kennedy never anticipated his idea to start a hockey team at his elementary school would spawn a community-police partnership to get kids on the ice playing hockey.
Text or Call Could End it All
In the last six years, Toronto Police officers have issued nearly 109,000 tickets for distracted driving.
Public Engaged to Prevent Crime
Lock your garage doors that lead into the home, install kick- plates on doors, place security bars or protective films on windows and cut the shaft off a hockey stick and stick in the back sliding glass door.
$8M-plus Fraud Arrests
A fraud-detection agent at a major financial institution is among two people arrested recently and charged in an elaborate money-laundering scheme that allegedly bilked victims of more than $8 million.
Heroic Kids Get Backup
No one is more qualified to attest to the importance of the Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital (HBKRH) and the heroic feats of its patients than Traffic Services Constable Joe McDougall.
Senior’s $400K Saved from Scam
Financial Crimes investigators stepped in just in the nick of time to help a senior citizen recover a significant sum of money that was headed to lottery scammers.
Celebrating Black History
Chief Mark Saunders didn’t have to look very far to find someone to inspire him.
Chief Statement on Pride Parade
The Toronto Police Service will not participate in the 2017 Pride Parade.
Suspects in Pickpocket Fraud
Police in 51 Division are seeking the public’s help in identifying four men wanted in connection with a string of robberies and credit card fraud.
Students Make Lifesaving Donation
Preparing to donate blood for the first time was a bit unnerving for Nelson Semedo.