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Officers Enable Hockey Tradition
When Zuber Jasad enrolled his son – Hasan – in the 54 Division Pro Action Hockey League a year ago, he didn’t know what to expect.
Pearce Cold Case Resolved
A cold-case investigation into a homicide committed in the city 34 years ago has been resolved.
Public Help Sought in Homicide
Homicide investigators are seeking the public’s assistance in connection with the first murder in the city this year.
FOCUS On Most Vulnerable
When two teenage girls were left stranded at Lester B. Pearson International Airport last year, they did not know where to turn. The Canadian teens were heading to Toronto to start a new life but their caretaker never arrived.
Off-Duty Constable Stops Robbery
Constable Matt McDonald got caught in the middle of an attempted bank robbery just two days before the Christmas holidays.
Stay Anonymous, Keep City Safe
In 2017, The Toronto Crime Stoppers program will be taking aim at the increasing number of firearms in the possession of criminals as well as human trafficking that forces young people into the sex trade.
Confronting an Active Attacker
It’s an inevitability that police officers know they must be prepared to face – a person with a weapon attacking a public place.
Tense Standoff Ends Safely
Showing restraint under pressure, Toronto Police officers defused a confrontation without use of force when they were confronted by a woman who jumped on their scout cars, damaging the responding police vehicles.
Chief Looks to 2017
Chief Mark Saunders talks about great police work, street checks, marijuana laws, body-worn cameras and the modernization of policing in a year-end interview.
Seized Property Photos Online
Investigators have posted photos of seized property online after three arrests in connection with a series of break-and enters in the Greater Toronto Area.