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Pride at HQ
When Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders joined the Service 36 years ago, there wasn’t a Pride celebration at headquarters. Much has changed in the last three decades, thanks to a community and Service members dedicated to building a positive relationship.
Push For Literacy
Motivated by eight young student ambassadors and Chief Mark Saunders, who joined him down the homestretch, Superintendent Heinz Kuck pushed and pulled a steel sled that reached 400 pounds to help his community.
Defining Neighbourhood Officers
As part of the Toronto Police Service’s modernization plan that places the community at the core of the transformation, Neighbourhood Officers will be empowered to engage and work with communities.
Flame Strong For Special Olympics
Service members ran proudly alongside Special Olympics Ontario athletes to fundraise through the 31st annual Law Enforcement Torch Run on June 14 and celebrate a strong partnership.
School Officer Connects With Kids
Bullied in high school, Constable Claudia Bednarczyk knows the significant damage inflicted on young people by such behaviour.
$50K Reward in Double Murder Investigation
As Chief Mark Saunders approved a $50,000 reward for information leading to arrests and convictions in a double homicide two years ago, a grieving father made an appeal to anyone with information to contact police.
Stopping Violence Brick by Brick
With the summer beginning, Divisions across the city devise local operational plans to combat the escalation in gun violence.
Neighbourhood Officer Public Consultations
What is a Neighbourhood Officer to you?
Hacking TPS
Technology hackers spent a weekend reinventing how the public can share information with the City and Toronto Police Service (TPS).
New officers sworn in with pomp and ceremony
Justin Keehn is very passionate about policing, law, psychology and technology.