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CACP Honours for Toronto
Officers were honoured for their commitment to bring offenders for robberies and financial crimes to justice at the annual Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police conference in Halifax.
Witnesses Sought to Murder
Police is seeking the public’s help in tracking down the killer of a Greater Toronto Area resident.
Immediate Arrest After Shooting
An alleged violent offender was apprehended and a firearm seized after 51 Division officers responded to calls from the public for gunshots in the area of Wellesley St. E. and Ontario St. on August 14 at around 11.50 p.m.
Take Second Look When Turning Left
Motorists failing to yield to pedestrians is one of the bad driving behaviours being targeted during the #YourStreetsYourSafety Summer Traffic Safety Campaign that will visit 42 and 43 Divisions from August 13 to 19.
Submerged Elevator Rescue
A pair of officers managed to pry open an elevator door while treading water, freeing two men who were just minutes from drowning.
First Naloxone Dose Saves Man
A man was revived after an opiod overdose in what is the first use of naloxone since Toronto police officers were issued the life-saving medication in July.
$8M Drug Seizure
A total of 25 firearms and over $8 million in drugs were alleged to have been seized during a major Toronto Police operation started in February 2017.
Enhancing Training in Ukraine
A Toronto officer spent a year raising the standard for police training in Ukraine as part of a Canadian government commitment to bring normalcy to the country.
Hands on the Wheel, Not Phone
Distracting Driving is one of the bad driving behaviours being targeted during the #YourStreetsYourSafety Summer Traffic Safety Campaign that will visit 54 and 55 Divisions from July 30 to August 5.
Carnival Comes to Life
Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders thanked the Toronto Boys & Girls Breakfast Club and the Carpenters Union for supporting the Service’s annual Caribbean Carnival kick off on July 27.