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Golden Effort by Service Member
A Toronto Police member backstopped the Canadian Blind Hockey team that shut out the United States in a three-match summit series in Pittsburgh from October 12 to 14.
Targeting Impaired Driving Over Holidays
A well-trained police officer is one of the best tools to tackle the issue of impaired driving says Toronto Police Supt. Scott Baptist.
Ready for winter driving?
Traffic Services officers are encouraging drivers to be prepared for the hazards and other challenges they will face during the winter months.
Home Invasion Suspects
Hold Up investigators are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying three suspects and a vehicle of interest related to a home invasion robbery in 53 Division.
Service & Sacrifice: TPS In First World War
One hundred years ago, the people of Toronto and its police service would experience the crucible that was the First World War. It was perhaps the most trying time the Toronto Police Service has experienced in its history.
Handguns Headed for Toronto Seized
A gun smuggling investigation led by Toronto Police with the assistance of other agencies has resulted in the seizure of 30 handguns, drugs and cash.
Red Ribbon A Sobering Reminder
Jordan McCool-Morin has witnessed first-hand the impact of impaired driving after losing his mother and paternal grandmother to a senseless decision to drink and drive.
Crime Prevention Week
Grade 11 students Sara Dacostanevas and Karlie Power were excited to have Toronto Police come to their school to kick off Crime Prevention Week.
Report Parking Complaints Online
The public will be able to make parking complaints online starting today.
Speaking for Victims
At 15 years old, Eric Hung explained the sudden loss of his sister to a hushed convention centre of adults.