9-1-1 is for Emergencies Only

A reminder that 9-1-1 is only for emergency calls. All COVID-19 calls must be directed to Toronto Public Health at 416-338-7600, or visit toronto.ca/coronavirus.

Non-emergencies can be reported by calling ‪416-808-2222.

All Toronto Police Service facilities, including Headquarters, are closed to the public.

Many incidents can be reported using our Online Reporting System, such as Damage to Vehicle or Property under $5,000, Driving or Parking Complaints, Traffic Issues or Concerns, Graffiti, or Theft or Fraud Under $5,000.

Thank you for your cooperation in keeping us all as safe as possible.



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TorontoPolice - "COVID-19 continues to be both a public health and public safety risk." - Chief Jim Ramer For details of the dedicated enforcement teams for large gatherings, read: http://tps.to/49703.   (7 months ago)

TorontoPolice - Mobile Crisis Intervention Team expansion coming Summer 2021. In addition to MCITs, each shift at every division will have a dedicated Divisional Crisis Support Officer and 4 specially trained officer to respond to crisis calls. Learn more: tps.to/49710 ^vk   (7 months ago)

TorontoPolice - Have you ever been stopped by the police when youre walking down the street? Regulation 58/16 prohibits the ARBITRARY collection of identifying information by police. You can learn more about your rights during street checks by visiting www.KnowYourRights.TO. #KnowYourRights   (7 months ago)

TorontoPolice - Today, we remember Constable Edward McMaster. On this day in 1935, he was riding his police motorcycle when he was killed after colliding with a truck that ran a red light at King St & Peter St. We remember those who gave their lives in service of others. #HeroesInLife ^vk   (7 months ago)

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TorontoPolice - An Informal interaction occurs when an officer starts to speak with you without any kind of investigative purpose. You have the right to ask why they are speaking with you or to remain silent. Officers have a duty to inform you why you are being stopped and uphold your right to remain silent and your right to leave. Click the link to learn more about your rights during informal interactions with the police www.KnowYourRights.TO. #KnowYourRights   (8 months ago)

 

The Latest Information on TPS Modernization


Find out more about Use of Force and other Service Procedures
Link to TPS Budget page

Body-Worn Cameras
Link to the New HQ Screening Process video
Link to the Community Police Academy

Full Body Scan Pilot Project graphic
Link to the Application to Conduct Research
Logo for Amber Alert Ontario brochure link

Link to Bicycle Registry page
Link to TPS Rewards Program page
Link to Victim Services Toronto website

Link to Police Auctions Canada website
Link to Report Homophobic Violence, Period page
Have a complaint about a Service member?
Link to the Office of the Independent Police Review Director website
Wish to praise a Service member?
Link to praise a member page

You Know You Shouldn't
You Know You Shouldn't link
Gridlock-reduction campaign
Canadian Victims Bill of Rights graphics