For the second straight year, Toronto Police Service (TPS) is celebrating the Caribbean Carnival virtually because of the pandemic.
After 35 years on the job, Staff Sergeant Janine Crowley has retired as Toronto Police Service’s longest serving Black female uniformed officer.
In welcoming this year’s Youth in Policing Initiative (YIPI) summer class into the Toronto Police Service fold, Chief James Ramer reiterated that Canada’s largest municipal police service is committed to supporting young people.
TPS members, like citizens across this city and country, paused in June to recognize National Indigenous History Month while also expressing support for residential school survivors and honouring the memories of the children who lost their lives.
Retired Constable Kim Turner, who headed the Toronto Police Service (TPS) Aboriginal Peacekeeping Unit (APU) for over a decade, has passed away.
In life, D/Const. Jeffrey Northrup was a devoted husband, doting father, selfless friend, kind-hearted colleague and courageous police officer who unfailingly upheld the oath to serve and protect his community until the end of his watch.
Chief James Ramer, Supt. Greg Cole and members of the Toronto Police Association joined Service members in paying respects to Const. Jeff Northrup as his body left the Coroner’s office for Kane-Jerrett Funeral Home in Thornhill on July 4.
Police have recovered a fully loaded handgun after responding to a fireworks disturbance call in the Malvern area.
Toronto Police is among several agencies that have joined forces over the years to provide water to the most vulnerable during the hot summer months.