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Arrests in Identity, Gift Card Fraud
Toronto Police has busted an organized hierarchy accused of committing identity theft and financial frauds, including the seizure of thousands of stolen gift cards.
Community-Centered Governance Recognized
Toronto Police Services Board (TPSB) Executive Director and Chief of Staff Ryan Teschner is the recipient of this year’s Canadian Association of Police Governance (CAPG) Excellence in Police Governance Award.
Showing Pride in Policing
Sgt. Henry Dyck is the recipient of this year’s Serving With Pride 2SLGBTQ+ Visibility Award.
Mourning Loss of Trusted Partner
The Service is mourning the death of canine member Garda.
Walking For Wounded Warriors
Toronto Police was the top fundraiser in this year’s Wounded Warriors Canada Walk for the Wounded event.
New Constables Step Up To Serve
Growing up, Sarah Suongas always aspired to follow his footsteps of her father Chris.
Sixth FOCUS Table Launches
Drafted on behalf of TPS, United Way Greater Toronto and the City of Toronto:
Simple Solution to Stall Thieves
With almost 200 vehicles thefts in 31 Division over the summer, mostly among vehicles with keyless ignition systems, police and Toronto Crime Stoppers have teamed up to encourage drivers to use key fob signal blockers.
Moment of Reflection on Residential Schools
An 'Every Child Matters’ flag was raised today at Toronto Police Service Divisions across the city to mark the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
Recognizing Painful History and Way Forward
The Service has created a short video recognizing the National Day for Truth & Reconciliation, encouraging our members and our community to reflect on the impact of residential schools on generations of Indigenous peoples.