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CPR Saves Lives
Quick thinking by a 53 Division officer helped to save the life a young girl in medical distress.
Five Ways to Stay Safe on the Water
As thousands of sun-seekers flood Ontario waterways this weekend, Marine Unit officers are reminding people to think ahead to stay safe.
Police Officer of the Year
While soaking up the accolades for being selected the 2017 Police Officer of the Year, Constable Kile Blanchard was aware he was surrounded by a skilled and dedicated group of officers who contributed to his success.
Celebrating Partnerships
The one-year countdown to the inaugural Special Olympics Ontario Invitational Games has begun.
Crime Stoppers honour supporters
Grade 12 student Amiya Reis loves watching news on television.
Vehicle Key to Homicide Investigation
Homicide investigators have released images of a suspect vehicle alleged to have been involved in the city’s latest homicide.
Crisis Teams Partner For Safety
Last Father’s Day, officers responding to a call at the Cineplex Cinemas Empress Walk, near Yonge St. and Sheppard Ave., found a man standing on the top of a fourth-floor ledge.
Sacrifice Remembered
As Deputy Chief Shawna Coxon marched in this year’s 19th annual Ontario Police Memorial at Queen’s Park on May 6, she was thinking of Constable Laura Ellis, who lost her life in the line of duty.
Anonymous Tip Can Solve Murder
It has been 27 years since a young woman was murdered in Toronto, shortly after moving from the Ottawa area.
Yoga Tool To Mend Trauma
In an effort to promote positive mental health and a sense of community, Toronto Beyond the Blue (TBTB) collaborated with Healing Heroes for a community yoga session at police headquarters on May 1.