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Another first-degree murder charge for McArthur
Homicide investigators have identified the remains of two more bodies and charged Bruce McArthur with an additional count of First-Degree Murder.
Stacy Clarke is DiverseCity Fellow
You need to be part of the solution and not the problem.
Record sum for Victim Services
Last year’s Chief’s Gala in support of Victim Services Toronto (VST) raised a record $413,539.69.
Black History Month celebrated at police headquarters
As Toronto’s first black police leader, Chief Mark Saunders is part of the city’s rich black history celebrated yearly during Black History Month.
Past and present TPS officers recognized for service overseas
For any law enforcement officer contemplating peacekeeping duties deployment, retired Toronto Police Service (TPS) Inspector Paul Vorvis has some advice.
Case of man murdered 18 years ago remains unsolved
The family of a murdered Toronto man is still seeking justice, 18 years later.
Woman Pulled from Frigid Water
Faced with a woman clinging to life in frigid Toronto Harbour, a group of officers formed a human chain to pull her to safety.
Phone Fraud Scam Alert Issued
Phone-related frauds are on the increase and Toronto Police is reminding the public to be vigilant.
Connected Officer: Mobile Devices Roll Out
Service-issued mobile devices are being deployed to all frontline officers in 51 Division in the first phase of the Connected Officer program that will arm each officer with a full application suite and eNotebook by 2019.
Clothing Warms Most Vulnerable
For the past six years, the Toronto Police Service Duty Desk has conducted a clothing drive during the winter for the homeless.