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New Partners Share Dream Job
When Const. Igor Palic joined the Service 13 years ago, his dream was to be a member of Police Dog Services.
Rovers Ready to Serve
Since age 12, Lunjaina (Lulu) Gulam knew what she wanted to do as a career.
Taking Plunge for Special Olympics
For her birthday on February 9, Sahra Thompson convinced a few colleagues in Records Management Services to take a dip with her in Lake Ontario.
Sentencing Closes Chapter, Not Case
A sentence of 25 years without parole to a serial killer does not end the examination of the case.
Draft an Athlete, Unleash Resilience
Grade 12 student Joshua Nwachukwu had every right to be excited at the Special Olympics Ontario Draft an Athlete fundraising campaign launch on February 5 at Central Etobicoke High School.
New Constables Walking in Footsteps of Mentors
Growing up in a small community in Prince Edward Island, Tanya Veer-Casey was very familiar with the top cop in the town.
Serial Killer Admits Guilt
Serial killer Bruce McArthur has pleaded guilty to eight counts of First Degree murder.
Serving Most Vulnerable Together
Nearly seven years ago, Constable Joanna Wright received a call from Toronto East General Hospital, now Michael Garron Hospital (MGH), about an elderly woman who was constantly being treated by their mental health team.
Seizing Supply of Violent Trade
An intense police investigation into a high-level and sophisticated drug network has resulted in the arrest of three men and the seizure of $7.6 million in drugs and over $300,000 in cash.
Using Data & Smart Tech to Stay Safe
The Toronto Police Service is at the forefront of using data and smart technology to improve public safety.