Members of the Toronto Police Service Social Media Team gathered at headquarters recently to brainstorm ways to enhance the Service’s already successful efforts.
With Toronto becoming the hub of human trafficking in the province, the Toronto Police Service has become a leader in investigating this serious crime and violation of human rights, says Deputy Chief James Ramer.
Two years ago, Marie-France Lalonde -- in the capacity of parliamentary assistant to the-then Francophone minister -- attended the Service’s French Community Consultative Committee (FCCC) annual International Francophonie Day celebration at HQ.
Detective Constable Amy Davey is sitting in a dimly-lit room staring at one of 25 computers glowing with the most horrific images of child sexual abuse that anyone can imagine.
Homicide investigators are appealing to the public for any information that may lead to the arrest of a murder suspect.
Tony Newton had such fun the first time around that there was no way he was going to miss the second billiards series organized by the Toronto Police Aboriginal Peacekeeping Unit (APU) at Corner Bank Sports Bar & Grill in Scarborough.
The Toronto Fugitive Squad arrested a Canadian man wanted by U.S. authorities as part of an international hacking investigation.
Officers from 11 Division are joining in the celebration of a significant milestone in Canadian history as Canada hits its 150th year since Confederation.
Very seldom has Josee Miljours attended a sexual abuse or domestic violence conference that talks directly to the French-speaking community.