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New Officer Inspired By Mom
It’s not often that a daughter follows her mother footsteps in policing.
TPS Naloxone Program Has Saved Over 100 People
Toronto Police officers have administered Naloxone to over 100 people suffering from an opioid overdose since the Service’s front line officers began carrying Naloxone in July 2018.
Making Great First Impression on Youth
Two Toronto Police officers were among four community members honoured with Rotary Club of Toronto West Community Heroes Awards in a virtual ceremony in late April.
Expanding Mental Health Crisis Response
The Service is expanding the number of Mobile Crisis Intervention Teams as well as increasing the number of specially trained officers on the road to provide a bolstered 24/7 mental health crisis response this year.
Fielding Heartbreaking Call with Heart
In her 14 years as a Communications Operator, Erin Emerson has fielded thousands of emergency calls for assistance.
New Career Path for Booking Officers
Many career and education paths led the newest group of Booking Officers to their new role.
Five Guns Seized in 43 Division
Officers in 43 Division teamed up with other units to seize five guns in nine days.
Providing Vital Link to Public
Communications Operators are a vital link between citizens needing urgent assistance and police, fire and medical personnel responding to calls for service.
Acting on Recommendations of Missing Persons Review
On Tuesday, April 13, the Honourable Gloria Epstein released findings and recommendations following a three-year review into Toronto Police Service missing persons investigations.
Stunt Driving Arrest, Suspects Sought
Toronto Police has made an arrest and is seeking the public's help in identifying 20 other suspects as part of an active investigation into stunt driving across Scarborough.