Sgt. Julie Evans knows that kids benefit from having opportunities no matter where in the city they're growing up.
Police have arrested 22 suspects after a string of cell phone robberies in the Greater Toronto Area in a six-month period, starting last December, as they investigate more similar robberies.
In an effort to hire from within the Indigenous community, Toronto Police partnered with the Miziwe Biik Employment & Training Agency (MBETA) six years ago to offer one-year contracts to work within a police service.
Canadians celebrate National Indigenous History Month in June to honour the history, heritage and diversity of Indigenous peoples in Canada. It is also an opportunity to recognize the strength of present-day Indigenous communities.
It was spring 1944. The Second World War had been raging for four and a half years. Most of Europe lived under the dictatorship of Adolf Hitler.
At the Service’s Pride Month kick-off at police headquarters on June 4, Chief Mark Saunders requested that Sgt. Henry Dyck assist him with raising the Pride Flag on the seventh floor balcony.
The Toronto Police Missing Person Unit (MPU) is highlighting four historical cases of children missing as far back as 1944.
The Ontario Domestic Violence Coordinators Conference heard from the most powerful voice – a survivor of abuse.
Julia Bielecka was at work at the Ministry of the Attorney General when a man drove a van onto the busy sidewalk on Yonge St. on April 23, 2018.
Deputy Chief Barbara McLean and other Toronto Police Service members joined security and law enforcement officers at an event on May 15 to mark International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT).