International Francophonie Day was celebrated by the Toronto Police Service's French Consultative Committee (FCC) at headquarters on March 20 by members of the French community, from Africa to Europe to Ontario.
With Ontario being the major hub for human trafficking, the Toronto Police Service (TPS) and the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have combined to host a three-day international human trafficking training and awareness conference.
Staff Sergeant Stacy Clarke was honoured at this year’s Jamaican Canadian Association Women’s Committee International Women’s Day celebration.
Homicide investigators are seeking help identifying the suspect in a fatal shooting on Saturday, March 10, captured on security video.
The best way to combat crime is through prevention, Sudbury Police Chief Paul Pedersen said at the Ontario Chiefs of Police (OACP) annual crime prevention campaign launch at Toronto Police headquarters on March 13.
Toronto Police Inspector Sonia Thomas was the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award at the International Women Achievers Awards (IWAA) ceremony in North York on March 9.
A Toronto man is facing nine more charges in a child sexual assault investigation.
A Communications Operator who has always kept in mind there are people relying on her at the end of the line was recognized for a career of contributions on the phone and in fundraising.
Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a man they believe is a victim of Bruce McArthur.
As Constable Niran Jeyanesan was introduced for a Community Award at the 19th annual St. James British Methodist Episcopal (BME) Church/Toronto Police 13 Division Black History Month (BHM) celebration, the audience rose to its feet to applaud.