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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.
New Shooting Data Released to Public
According to data posted today on the Toronto Police Service’s Public Safety Data Portal, the average number of shootings per year has increased to 436 since 2015, nearly double the average number of shootings that occurred between 2004 and 2015.
Supporting Elimination of Racial Discrimination
Every Toronto resident should feel safe and secure without fear of discrimination says Police Chief James Ramer on International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
Handgun, Seized After Struggle
A man is facing several charges after Toronto Police seized a loaded firearm and drugs believed to be Carfentanil, a powerful and potentially deadly synthetic opiod.
Keeping Autistic Teen Safe
A mother thanked Toronto Police officers for their compassionate response to a call for assistance for her teenage autistic son.
Women Making Their Mark in Policing
A growing number of women are taking their seat at the table and making their mark with the Toronto Police Service.
Ice Cold Cash Raised for Special Olympians
Not only did James Ramer become the first Toronto Police Chief to take part in the fifth annual fundraising polar plunge, but he was the top fundraiser with a total of $28,538.
Award for Debit Fraud Case
A group of Toronto Police Fraud and Financial Crimes investigators have been recognized with Investigative Partnership of the Year awards presented by International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators.
Service Dog Helps Officer Move Forward
Constable Paul Breeze has a young, eager new partner.
Learn the Signs of Elder Abuse
As members of our community continue to navigate the economic and emotional challenges of the global pandemic, our seniors may also be dealing with increased or ongoing abuse.