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Gentle Giant Retires
It was a changing of the guard for the Mounted Unit as well as the Indigenous community as one warrior made way for a new one.
Full Body Scanner Feasibility Study
The Toronto Police is exploring methods of less intrusive ways to search persons in custody. They are set to implement a pilot project that will test the capabilities of full body scanner technology in lieu of conducting physical searches.
Choose Safety Over Convenience
Drivers choosing convenience over pedestrian and transit users’ safety will be the focus of the #YourStreetsYourSafety Summer Traffic Safety Campaign this week in the downtown core from September 10 to 16.
Reward on Anniversary of Murder
A $50,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a suspect in a homicide two years ago.
Recognizing Outstanding Service
Seldom do law enforcement Intelligence Services’ members get public recognition because their work is largely shrouded in secrecy.
Funds to Counter Violent Extremism
The Service is the beneficiary of federal funding to address radicalization to violence by supporting prevention and intervention that strengthen collaboration among partners.
Marine Unit Supports Air Show
Toronto Police Marine officers were actively involved in the 69th annual Canadian International Air Show over Lake Ontario last Labour Day weekend.
Yorkdale Shooting Arrest
Dogged police work by 32 and 33 Division Major Crime Unit (MCU) officers led to the arrest of a man who allegedly fired two shots inside the busy Yorkdale shopping centre during mid-afternoon on August 30.
Inspections Keep Streets Safe
A small group of officers is scanning the truck traffic that floods into the city each day with an aim to ensure the streets stay safe.
YIPIs Grow Over Summer
High school student Clarence Sarion wanted to give back to his community and learn more about policing.