A senior officer put his boots on the ground of three Adirondack mountaintops in three days in early October to raise funds for the Victim Services Toronto therapy dog program.
A pair of Child Exploitation investigators shared their experience with European counterparts at a two-week training session that resulted in the rescue of a child.
Quick and decisive action by a Toronto officer probably saved the life of a woman who had been surrounded and attacked by three guard dogs in a locked compound.
One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetime.
Quick action by Toronto Police has led to the seizure of four loaded firearms and a significant amount of drugs and cash.
When the time comes to retire an equine member, the Service’s Mounted Unit looks for someone who would love and take care of that horse.
The Toronto Police Service’s newest equine member is named after the biennial sporting competition that showcases soldiers and veterans’ indefatigable drive to overcome obstacles.
Just before Claudio Ceolin retired from the Service in 2011, he recommended Constable Eric Berridge to succeed him as the 11 Division community liaison officer.
Children who have experienced physical and sexual abuse now have a calming canine presence in their corner.
Newly appointed Deputy Chief Shawna Coxon led Toronto officers in Ottawa on September 23 to greet 41 past and present Toronto Police members who completed this year’s National Peace Officers Memorial 460-kilometre run from Toronto to the nation’s capital.