PHOTOS: Walking the Pan Am Beat

By Sara Faruqi, Toronto Police Service Published: 3:46 p.m. July 17, 2015
Updated: 3:51 p.m. July 17, 2015

To ensure public safety at the Pan Am Games, Toronto Police Officers were out patrolling on foot, bikes, boats and motorcycles this week.

Two officers talking to each other on the sides of a beach volleyball court, the stands above them are filled with spectators.
Constables Michael Clarke and Michael Burgin on duty at the Chevrolet Beach Volleyball Centre
A man in marine uniform on a police boar with the Toronto skyline behind him, looking east.
Constable Rick Arsenault watches the Pan Am sailing race while on duty for the games.
An officer pointing towards a gold cart as a woman walks towards it
Sergeant Charles Stern helps a visitor to the Pan Am Park by giving her a ride to the venue after she had trouble walking.
Three officers in TPS uniforms on bicycles
Officers on bike patrol stop by at the Pan Am Field to make sure everything is okay.
An officer in uniform giving a thumbs up to a Cuban Field Hockey player who is wearing his uniform.
Constable George Hempen give a thumbs up to a player from the Cuban Field Hockey team.

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