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Media advisory,
Thursday, June 7, 2018, noon,
Toronto Police College, 70 Birmingham Street,
Toronto Police Service welcomes 20 new recruits

Broadcast time: 04:59
Thursday, June 7, 2018

Toronto Police College

The Toronto Police Service is pleased to be hosting a graduation ceremony for 20 new police recruits on Thursday, June 7, 2018, at noon, at the Toronto Police College, 70 Birmingham Street.

In attendance for this special occasion will be Mayor John Tory, Toronto Police Services Board Chair Andy Pringle, Toronto Police Services Board Vice Chair Jim Hart, Chief Mark Saunders, Deputy Chief Barbara McLean, Deputy Chief Shawna Coxon, Deputy Chief Peter Yuen, Deputy Chief Jim Ramer, and Chief Administrative Officer Tony Veneziano.

The graduating class is representative of Toronto’s diverse cultural community and brings a superior level of varied knowledge and abilities to the Service, including language skills, previous military or policing experience and post-secondary education.

The class is comprised of 10% women and 25% visible minority members. A total of 85% successfully completed post-secondary education and 70% have previous military or policing experience. A total of 35% of the class speak another language other than English, including Spanish, Punjabi, Russian, Urdu and Vietnamese.

If you are interested in pursuing a rewarding career with the Toronto Police Service, please visit our website or call 416-808-JOIN (5646).

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Constable Caroline de Kloet, Corporate Communications