Recognizing the enormous contributions of Indigenous people, Toronto Police Chief James Ramer extended best wishes to members of that community during National Indigenous Month in June that honours their history, heritage and traditions.
Following the Toronto Police Service’s largest community engagement initiative ever – including 69 events bringing together almost 900 people – the Race Based Data Collection (RBDC) strategy was officially launched in January 2020.
Detective Constable Stuart Parsons has spent most of his 32-year policing career with Toronto Police Traffic Services making our roads safer and investigating collisions and criminal acts on our streets.
When a home delivery arrived recently, Const. Jason Rennie was certain that it was for his wife.
Seniors’ Month continues across the province and June 15 marks World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, (WEAAD), a time to share information, resources and services promoting the safety and well-being of older adults.
Toronto Police has launched a ‘Two Wheel Traffic Safety Campaign’ aimed at protecting vulnerable road users such as bicycle riders.
Coordinated police teamwork and help from a ride-sharing driver resulted in the arrests of two suspects.
The Toronto Police Service has launched HTSurvivors.TO, a new and innovative online portal to better support survivors of human trafficking with justice system information and community resources.
Knowing your water goes a long way in helping boaters stay safe.
The Progress Pride flag was raised over police headquarters to mark the start of Pride month as Chief James Ramer re-committed to the relationship with the LGBTQ2S+ communities in the wake of the Missing Persons Review.