Encouraging Conversations on Keeping City Safe

By Ashling Murphy, Toronto Police Service Published: 9:40 a.m. November 9, 2021
Updated: 1:18 p.m. November 11, 2021

Crime Prevention week is underway across Ontario and to support this year’s theme, “Safer Communities, Stronger Ontario,” TPS is offering a number of tips to help keep you and your community safe

Text: Crime Prevention Week runs from November 7 to 13, TPS, Ontario logos.
Crime Prevention Week encourages conversations about how to keep the city safe

The annual Crime Prevention Week is a collaboration between the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP), the government of Ontario and local police services to help prevent crime before it happens and create safe communities. It also raises awareness about the many initiatives police and community partners are working on to further these goals.

Staff Superintendent Randy Carter kicks off Crime Prevention Week 2021

Staff Superintendent Randy Carter said the week is about collaboration between the public and police. 

“The job of preventing crime is a shared responsibility and it involves collaboration between police our partner agencies and the communities we serve.

The Toronto Police Service will be sharing videos all week on its  Twitter,  Facebook and  Instagram accounts with crime prevention tips for the public under the hashtag #CPweek2021.


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