We offer our profound gratitude and respect to those officers who paid life's highest price to fulfill the Service's Motto
"To Serve and Protect"
|On December 11, 1930, Constable Roy McQuillin and his partner were following two armed robbers in a stolen car. After pulling the car over, Constable McQuillin began questioning the driver when the man pulled out a .32 automatic and fired six shots at Constable McQuillin, killing him instantly.|
|Service:||Toronto City Police, Station #9|
|Date of Birth:||December 14, 1897|
|Length of Service:||10 years|
|Date of Death:||December 11, 1930|
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