Social Media

Facebook: A week in review

An aggregate of Facebook posts made by our members in the past week can be found below. Latest posts are at the top:

profile image
GraffitiBMXCop
Great info on making short Instagram videos from Youtube by @TDotsRicky #smilecon


Whoops! Page Not Found | Internet Violence Prevention
internetviolenceprevention.com
Reblogged from: Ricardo Araujo
4 hours ago

profile image
GraffitiBMXCop
Paisley Rae has a big microphone :)


10 hours ago

profile image
TPS55
Public Safety Alert - Suspicious Incidents ARREST Media Release

55 Division Arrest

Fidai Nasir, 52

Broadcast time: 2:38 PM
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

55 Division
416 808-5500

On Wednesday April 15, 2014 Mr. Fidai Nasir 52 years of age was arrested by 55 Division.

He was charged with Criminal Harassment x 2.

The charges were in relation to the accused in this matter attempting to lure female high school students on two separate occasion in the past week.

The accused appeared in Courtroom 501 at College Park Courts and was subsequently released with conditions until his next court appearance.
11 hours ago

profile image
TPS13
FREE CAR SEAT CLINIC - CANADIAN TIRE at 2360 Eglinton Avenue West - Saturday May 3, 1200 pm - 3 pm offered by Auxiliary Officers.


12 hours ago

profile image
TPS55
Public Safety Alert - Suspicious Incidents ARREST

Please be advised that 55 Division has arrested a 52 year old male and charged him with two counts of Criminal Harassment in relation to an event at Gerrard and Beaton and another at Hanson and Felstead in the past week.

We would encourage everyone to always be aware of your surroundings and speak with your children and youth about safety plans.

P.C. Rob McDonald
12 hours ago

profile image
TPS22
This is the truth. Our dispatchers are seldom recognized for the fantastic work that they do to make our job so much easier.

Thank you for all that you do.


Timeline Photos
Between the thin red line and the thin blue line, lies the thinnest gold line.
This gold line represents those who rarely are seen but mostly heard.
The calm voice in the dark night; the golden glue that holds it all together.
Dispatchers.

National Telecommunicators Week
April 13, 2014 – April 19, 2014
14 hours ago

profile image
GraffitiBMXCop
#KeepUp Graffiti artist Bubz, property rep Tim & Gatehouse team plan mural


14 hours ago

profile image
TPS22
Bravery Under Fire.

Sgt Jeff Alderdice is one of our own here at 22 Division.


TPSNews.ca | Stories | Bravery Under Fire
tpsnews.ca
Bravery Under Fire By Ron Fanfair, Toronto Police Service Published: 7:38 a.m. April 10, 2014 The Chief recognized a Toronto police officer and U.S. military officer for facing down an insurgent attack while serving in Afghanistan. Chief Bill Blair, Major Lonni Johnston and Sergeant Jeff Alderdice i...
15 hours ago

profile image
TPS13
http://tpsnews.ca/blogs/2014/04/do-you-know-man/


Do You Know This Man? | Blogs on TPSNews.ca
tpsnews.ca
Do You Know This Man? By Kevin Masterman,Toronto Police Service Published: 12:06 p.m. April 14, 2014Sex Crimes investigators are asking the public to help identify three men wanted in connection with a sexual assault.A composite sketch of a man wanted in connection with a sexual assault in the area...
16 hours ago

profile image
TPS13
Tonight the TPS will honour and recognize those who keeps our kids safe crossing the busy streets of Toronto! On Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at 7 p.m., the School Crossing Guard Long Service Awards will be presented at Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West, in the Rotunda.

Toronto Police Service Deputy Chief Peter Sloly and Alok Mukherjee, Chair of the Toronto Police Services Board, will be presenting the School Crossing Guard Long Service Awards.

Over 110 School Crossing Guards will be recognized for their service to the community.

One of the recipients will receive an individual presentation for the "Crossing Guard of the Year" award.

The School Crossing Guard Appreciation Night outlines the important work crossing guards do every day, assisting children safely across in all sorts of weather and environmental conditions.
16 hours ago

profile image
TPS13
Michelle wants to tell all the Cancer survivors to remember that "Not All Princesses Have Hair" - at Yorkdale Shopping Centre.


17 hours ago

profile image
TPS13
Constable Michelle Jones would like to thank everyone for generous donations and for the incredible support she has received!!! Up to date we have raised $2279.60 for Cops For Cancer and the donations are still coming. Together we can beat cancer!!!!!


17 hours ago

profile image
TPS43Div
The Toronto Police Service is requesting the publicīs assistance locating a missing young female.

GIA ANDREWS, 16 Years was last seen on Friday April 11th, 2014 in the evening hours
In the Lawrence Avenue East and Galloway Road area.

GIA ANDREWS, 16 years is described as a young female black, 5ī4", 170 lbs, Brown eyes, Black hair weave parted in the middle.

She is believed to be wearing a baby pink "Juicy Couture" sweat top, Black Chanel Boots with laces in front, Blue jeans, a blue and pink large purse with a brown strap. Police are concerned for her safety.

Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of GIA ANDREWS, 16 years is asked to call 43 Division at (416-808-4300), Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS (8477), or online at www.222tips.com.

Thank you!
-RA 8074 @PCArsenault


17 hours ago

profile image
TAVISTPS

Cover Photos
State Funeral for Jim Flaherty,
Wednesday, April 16, 2014,
St. James Cathedral, 65 Church Street,
Road closures

Broadcast time: 16:27
Monday, April 14, 2014

Corporate Communications
416-808-7100

The following road closures will take place connected with the state funeral for Jim Flaherty.

Effective Monday, April 14, 2014, at 6 p.m., Church Street will be designated as an emergency :"No Stopping" zone, north and southbound, between King Street East and Adelaide Street East, until further notice.

Effective Wednesday, April 16, 2014 , at 9 a.m., King Street East will be closed to traffic between Jarvis Street and Church Street. Streetcars will continue to run until 10 a.m., after which they will be diverted

Effective Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at 10 a.m., the following full road closures will be implemented:

- Adelaide Street East, between Church Street and Jarvis Street
- Church Street, between King Street East and Adelaide Street East
- Jarvis Street, southbound, between Adelaide Street East and King Street East

Police advise that drivers should expect traffic delays and congestion within the surrounding community, and recommends the TTC as an alternative.

For more news, visit TPSnews.ca.

Constable David Hopkinson, Corporate Communications — at <a href="http://www.facebook.com/TorontoPolice?ref=stream" data-ft="&#123;&quot;tn&quot;:&quot;P&quot;&#125;" data-hovercard="/ajax/hovercard/page.php?id=191543066296&amp;extragetparams=%7B%22directed_target_id%22%3Anull%7D">Toronto Police Service</a>.
17 hours ago

profile image

profile image
TorontoPolice
2014 Ontario Police Memorial Ceremony of Remembrance is Sunday May 4 at 11am in Toronto ~ Check out new official blog of Ontario Police Memorial Foundation http://CeremonyOfRemembrance.com/ ^sm


Timeline Photos
Please subscribe to new OPMF wordpress blog to get e-mail updates of the &#064;[191903160850734:274:Ontario Police Memorial Foundation] http://CeremonyOfRemembrance.com #HeroesInLife #HerosEnVie — at <a href="http://www.facebook.com/HeroesInLife?ref=stream" data-ft="&#123;&quot;tn&quot;:&quot;P&quot;&#125;" data-hovercard="/ajax/hovercard/page.php?id=191903160850734&amp;extragetparams=%7B%22directed_target_id%22%3Anull%7D">Ontario Police Memorial Foundation</a>.
18 hours ago

profile image
TPS13
FREE CAR SEAT CLINIC - CANADIAN TIRE at 2360 Eglinton Avenue West - Saturday May 3, 1200 pm - 3 pm offered by Auxiliary Officers.


18 hours ago

profile image
TPS13
How about getting involved in the Oakwood Village Arts Festival this year?

The 4th annual Oakwood Village Arts Festival will be happening June 14th bringing together artists across disciplines, art lovers and community members from within and around Oakwood Village. The focus of the festival is Art Building Community, and we welcome your participation in this grass roots local event which uses the arts as a way to knit together this beautifully diverse community.

Last year we had over 25 exhibitions including: steel pan, salsa dancing, Latin films, live Reggae and Brazilian music, spoken word, home made yogurt, chalk drawing, bicycle repair, face painting and more from our neighborhood! We also hosted a free-wheeling discussion focusing on art and community in Oakwood Village featuring local residents, business people, politicians and artists.

Get involved!
Looking for local businesses, residents, students, and community groups to:
oShare some form of art/creativity at the festival.
oJoin our festival planning committee!
oProvide sponsorship or other in-kind support.
oVolunteer on the day of, or leading up to festival.

We will include your event in the event map. In order to do so, we will need your confirmed participation and artistic project name by May 20th.

Prior to this we are gathering together to organize the 2014 edition of OVAF and would like to invite any artists, organizers, students, community-minded folks wishing to get involved to come to our Committee Meeting, April, 22, 6:30pm at Oakwood Village Library and Arts Centre(341 Oakwood Ave).

Event Link:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1411457759119711/

Become part of the Oakwood Village Arts Festival today!



18 hours ago

profile image
TPS11Div
11Division Police week open House

EVERYONE IS WELCOME

Join us for a fun and informative day at No. 11 Division. Our Police Week open house will be held on Saturday, May 10th, 2014 from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm in the visitorsī parking lot and the front lobby of the station. Station tours will be available throughout the day.

Some of the units and friends of 11 Division that will be present at the event include:
o BBQ by the Police Community Partnership of 11 and 12 Division along with live music by the Music Not Mischief program
o Police Dog Services
o Marine Unit
o Mounted Unit
o Traffic Services
o Emergency Task Force
o Court Services
o St. Johnīs Ambulance Therapy dogs
o Crime Stoppers
o Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD)
o Canadian Automobile Association (CAA)
o Terradyne Armored Vehicles Inc.

11 Division is located at 2054 Davenport Road. 416-808-1100
18 hours ago

profile image
torontopolice911
Yesterday, the Toronto Emergency Communicators of the year were recognized by each of their respective services. Congratulations to Joanna Jenkins! She was recognized as the CO of the year by Toronto Police Service. This is National Public Safety Telecommunicators week! Take a moment to consider the outstanding job being done by so many men and women daily ensuring that when you call 9-1-1 the appropriate help will be sent to your location in a timely fashion. ^ss



Toronto Police Service :: News Release #28930
www.torontopolice.on.ca
20 hours ago

profile image
torontopolice911
Only 1 week left to apply on-line if a career as a Communications Operator interests you! ^ss
20 hours ago

profile image
PCGuyServiceTorontoPolice43D
AS the freeze/ thaw cycle continues, the amount of potholes will increase.
REPORT potholes by contacting City of Toronto 311 @311Toronto


1 day ago

profile image
TorontoPolice
4 bank robbery suspects to ID by Toronto Police Hold Up Squad. Have info call 416-808-7350 or remain anonymous and call Toronto Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477 Read full story: http://tpsnews.ca/stories/2014/04/four-bank-robbers-targeted-hold/ ^sm


1 day ago

profile image
TPS13
FREE CAR SEAT CLINIC - CANADIAN TIRE at 2360 Eglinton Avenue West - 1200 pm - 3 pm offered by Auxiliary Officers.


1 day ago

profile image
TPS13
Saturday May 12, 2014 - Cst. Michelle Jones of 13 Division shaved her head in support of Samantha Sirbos, a young girl battling Leukemia. Michelle raised over $2200 in donations for the event. Thank you Michelle for your amazing efforts!


1 day ago

profile image
TPS13
Please see attached poster from 42 Division.


2 days ago

profile image
TPS22
22 Division's "Catch 22"
Sergei Litoch 56 years

This is another installment of 22 Divisionīs "Catch 22". Today we are looking for Sergei Litoch 56 years old. He is wanted for:

Bench Warrantīs

1) Impaired Driving
2) Drive Over 80 mgs
3) Fail to Stop After Accident

22 Division is asking the community for their assistance in finding Sergei Litoch.

For further information please visit the following: 22 Division on Facebook or @the22news on twitter.

If you see Sergei Litoch, please call 9-1-1 or if you have any information on our outstanding "Catch 22" people especially Sergei Litoch, please contact 22 Division at (416) 808-2200, Crime Stoppers anonymously at (416)222-TIPS(8477), online at www.222tips.com, text Toro and your message to Crime(2744637), or leave a tip on Facebook.


2 days ago

profile image
TPS43Div
Congratulations CPLC Chair Marilyn Hodge on receiving your 10 year Volunteer Appreciation Pin!
On behalf of the members of 43 Division and many other members of the community, thank you for your dedication and valued leadership on the committee. You're an inspiration to many, and a friend to more.
CPLC (Community Police Liaison Committee) meetings run on the second Thursday of every month at 2:15pm, and are open to the public. Please stop by.
-RA 8074 @PCArsenault


2 days ago

profile image
TPS13
Warning Seniors of Distraction Thefts. Please read this informative article.


2 days ago

profile image
TPS13
13 Division's CPLC is hosting a great fundraiser dinner and dance event. All proceeds are for the students of 13 Division local high schools. Please assist by purchasing tickets. The event details are listed below. Please contact: Constable Paul Coculuzzi at 416-808-1387, Cindy Beman at 416-780-9741 or Joanne Dileo at 416-818-0176. Tickets must be paid by no later than May 2nd.


2 days ago

profile image
TPS13
Do you know when to call 9-1-1? Learn more here:

http://www.torontopolice.on.ca/communications/e911-when-to-call.php


Toronto Police Service :: To Serve and Protect
www.torontopolice.on.ca
To Serve and Protect
2 days ago

profile image
TPS13
April 13-19 is National Public Safety Telecommunicator's Week. This is when we publically recognize and thank those who are the behind the scenes at 9-1-1. They are the unsung heros of public safety, and the best way to thank them is learning how to use the system properly. To learn more about the Toronto Police Communications Services, please visit http://www.torontopolice.on.ca/communications/


Toronto Police Service :: To Serve and Protect
www.torontopolice.on.ca
To Serve and Protect
2 days ago

profile image
GraffitiBMXCop
Merci @TorontoOuest d'etre venue ce soir


2 days ago

profile image
TPS13
13 Division Constable Michelle Jones did amazing and raised over $2,200; and she looks great with her new hairstyle!!!!!


3 days ago

profile image
TPSFCU
Crimeware Helps File Fraudulent Tax Returns http://krebsonsecurity.com/2014/04/crimeware-helps-file-fraudulent-tax-returns/


Crimeware Helps File Fraudulent Tax Returns - Krebs on Security
krebsonsecurity.com
Many companies believe that if they protect their intellectual property and customersī information, theyīve done a decent job of safeguarding their crown jewels from attackers. But in an increasingly common scheme, cybercriminals are targeting the Human Resources departments at compromised organizat...
3 days ago

profile image

profile image
TPS13
13 Division is so proud of Cst Michelle Jones for her dedication to the Canadian Cancer Society and raising over $2,200 during Cops for Cancer. The daughter of a fellow officer @samanthaSirbos, 7 years old, was Michelle's inspiration. You did a beautiful thing Cst Jones, and you look beautiful!


4 days ago

profile image
TorontoPolice
#c4cTO Please share! Cancer ruins lives~We will win. Donate to Cops for Cancer 2014 http://bit.ly/c4cTO ^sm


5 days ago

profile image

profile image
TPS13
Take a look at how much fun they had at last year's @copsforcancer event at Yorkdale Shopping Centre. Come out today for this year's event, 11:30 am. http://yorkdale.com/blog/cops-for-cancer-event-saturday-april-132013/


Cops For Cancer Event - Saturday, April 13,2013 | Yorkdale Shopping Centre - Fashion & Services...
yorkdale.com
"Bald is beautiful!" These were the words spoken by Breakfast Television host Frank Ferragine at the annual Cops For Cancer Yorkdale event held here at the shopping centre this past Saturday (April 13,2013)." The event hosted by Ferragine and KiSS 92.5īs Maurie Sherman brought out a large crowd to...
5 days ago

profile image
TPS13
For more information on how you can support Constable Jones and her fundraising efforts for the Canadian Cancer Society, please see the attached link.

http://convio.cancer.ca/site/TR/CopsforCancer/COPS_ON_?px=5807973&pg=personal&fr_id=15697#.U0kY4WdOW9L


Cops for Cancer in Toronto (Yorkdale Shopping Centre): Michelle Jones - Canadian Cancer Society
convio.cancer.ca
Police officers and emergency service personnel across Ontario raising funds for life-saving cancer research and services by shaving their heads and/or participating in bike rides.
5 days ago

profile image
TPS13
Today is the day! The public and the media are invited to participate in Cops for Cancer, the annual Head Shave Fundraiser at Yorkdale Shopping Centre, 3401 Dufferin Street, Saturday, April 12, 2014, at 11:30 a.m., inside the front of the old Sears entrance.

The fundraiser will see dozens of members of the Toronto Police Service, including 13 Division's very own Cst Michelle Jones along with other law-enforcement community, and members of the public, have their heads shaved and hair cut.

Hosted by emcees Frank Ferragine from BT and Maurie Sherman from KISS 92.5, this energetic day will feature head-shaves, haircuts, the return of Jail-N-Bail, and a silent auction.


5 days ago

profile image
TPS13
On behalf of everyone here at 13 Division Thank You for your participation with #OneMatch


TPSNews.ca | Stories | Swab Saves Lives
tpsnews.ca
Swab Saves Lives By Kevin Masterman, Toronto Police Service Published: 9:56 a.m. April 9, 2014 Constable Chris Sirbos wants to ensure that getting a stem-cell or bone-marrow donation is a given, not akin to winning the lottery.Samantha Sirbos, 7, and her father ChrisHis daughter, seven-year-old Sama...
5 days ago

profile image
GraffitiBMXCop
#RealTimeCrisis at #CACP #MHCC #MHPolice Conference Saving & Improving Lives Using Relationships & Technology http://wp.me/p33HZW-eA


#RealTimeCrisis at #CACP #MHCC #MHPolice Conference Saving & Improving Lives Using Relationships...
internetviolenceprevention.com
Real Time Crisis Intervention is a not for profit Canadian corporation with the goal of improving and saving lives using relationships and technology. For a complete overview of what "Real Time Crisis Intervention" is "Listening More... [ 137 more words. ]
5 days ago

profile image
GraffitiBMXCop
Canadian flag at half mast today


6 days ago

profile image
GraffitiBMXCop
Heard John Tory talk on CBC Radio about Jim Flaherty's quiet outreach to homeless & disabled. Sad day for Canada


6 days ago

profile image
GraffitiBMXCop
So awesome not to be freezing cold in Toronto on Apr11! Dare we say it is spring?


6 days ago

profile image
GraffitiBMXCop
#SoMe community connections for this cop now includes lawyer @SimonKingLaw Follow youth court #RealTalk on hash tag


6 days ago

profile image
TPS11Div
11 Division will be hosting an infant/child car seat inspection clinic on Sunday 27 April 2014 between 12:00PM and 3:00PM in the Walmart parking lot located at 2525 St. Clair Avenue West (St. Clair Avenue West and Runnymede Road). No appointment is necessary - first come first served. Please install the car seat which will then be inspected and adjusted as required.
6 days ago

profile image
TPS43Div
43 Division CRU and NSU Officers had the opportunity to help our friends at Mornelle Court with their new resource/drop-in centre. Thank you Angela Brackett and others for the opportunity to work hand in hand with all of you! We're extremely happy to help, and we're looking forward to a long, positive relationship!
-RA 8074 @PCArsenault


6 days ago

profile image
TPS43Div
43 Division is proud to announce that Supt. Fenton will be one of the judges at the 2014 Music Not Mischief finale! He's got a tough job ahead of him, it's certainly not an easy task.
The finale is held on April 30th at the world famous MOD Club in Toronto, and it's also open to the public.
For more information, go to www.musicnotmischief.com
-RA 8074 @PCArsenault


6 days ago

profile image
GraffitiBMXCop
Honour to meet lawyers tonight. Also met homeless man...more to come @HardlyNormal


6 days ago

profile image
TPSHomicide
Watch Staff/Insp Greg McLane announce Mark Smich, 26 charged 1st degree murder of Laura Babcock



6 days ago

profile image
TPSHomicide
Watch Staff/Insp Greg McLane announce #DellenMillard, 28 charged 1st degree murder of Wayne Millard & Laura Babcock



6 days ago

profile image
TPSHomicide
Staff Inspector Greg McLane of Toronto Police Homicide Squad announces on April 10, 2014 Dellen Millard & Mark Smich charged with 1st degree murder of Laura Babcock. Dellen Millard also charged 1st degree murder of Wayne Millard


6 days ago

profile image
TPS43Div
Another picture from last Saturday's Natalie Spooner appreciation event and another thank-you to the 41 and 43 division CPLC volunteers and auxiliaries for helping!@TPSPRowe


6 days ago

profile image

profile image
TPSHomicide
[Photo of Homicide Victim Peter Nguyen] Update Police investigate shooting in Yonge Street/Deloraine Avenue area, Toronto

Arrest in Homicide #6/2014,
Thanh Tung Phan, 27, charged with First-Degree Murder

Broadcast time: 11:23
Thursday, April 10, 2014
32 Division
416-808-7400

On Wednesday, February 5, 2014, the Toronto Police Service released the following information:
The Toronto Police Service is seeking the public's assistance with a shooting investigation.

It was reported that:

- on Tuesday, February 4, 2014, police were called to the area of Yonge Street and Deloraine Avenue at approximately 9:20 p.m., for a report of the sound of gun shots
- officers arriving on scene found a man in his 20s suffering from obvious injuries
- the man was taken to a hospital via emergency run
- the man was pronounced dead at the hospital

The man has been identified as Peter Nguyen, 26, of Toronto. A post-mortem examination is yet to be scheduled.

The police are looking for two suspects, both described as men dressed in dark clothing. They were last seen leaving the area on foot, traveling westbound on Melrose Avenue from Yonge Street.

On Thursday, April 10, 2014, in the early-morning hours, several search warrants were executed in Toronto.

As a result, Thanh Tung Phan, 27, of Toronto, was arrested. He is charged with:

1) First-Degree Murder
2) two counts of Criminal Harassment

He is scheduled to appear in court at 1000 Finch Avenue West on Thursday, April 10, 2014.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-7400, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637), or Leave A Tip on Facebook. Download the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App on iTunes, Google Play or Blackberry App World.

For more news, visit TPSnews.ca.

Constable Victor Kwong, Corporate Communications, for Detective David Dickinson, Homicide


7 days ago

profile image

profile image
TPS13
MPP Mike Colle recognizing Toronto Police Service 13 Division and Toronto Fire Department for all their assistance during the 6-alarm fire at Dufferin Street and Castlefield Avenue on Thursday, March 27th.


7 days ago

profile image
TPS13
DPSU will be holding our first ONE MATCH awareness and testing campaign.
DATE: Thursday April 10th, 2014
TIME: 10am - 7:00pm
Location - Scarborough Town Centre, LL Sears Court.


7 days ago

profile image
TPS13
Special Olympics Fundraiser - TFC Soccer Game: Saturday, April 12, 2014 - APPROXIMATELY 20 VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Team Day Date vs Game Time Volunteer Arrival Time
TFC Sat 12-Apr Colorado 4:00pm 2:15pm

NOTES:
1. Security requires that each volunteer surrender a piece of Identification in exchange for a building pass. IDīs will be held by MLSE staff throughout the game and returned to volunteers just before exiting the building.
2. No hats are to be worn unless they are Toronto Raptors / TFC branded, or partnering charity-branded (i.e. Special Olympics). Raptors/TFC jerseys, t-shirts etc. may be worn, but no other team-branded attire is permitted.

If you or someone you know is able to assist and volunteer your time this coming Saturday, April 12th, 2014 for the TFC game please contact:

Sandra Lewis #89550
Supervisor, Audio & Data Systems (ADS)
Communications Services

Phone: 416-808-8806
Main: 416-808-8810
Email: sandra.lewis@torontopolice.on.ca
7 days ago

profile image
GraffitiBMXCop
Latinos against homophobia video via Manu Astudillo


Camila's Story- Latin@s Against Homophobia Program - English version
Camila's Story Camila feels alone when friends from school bully her. After she gets advice from her best friend, she discovers a network of support for LGBT youth. For...
7 days ago

profile image
TPS13
TPS is hiring students for the Youth in Policing After-School Program once again. Please apply directly on the Toronto Police Website - Employment Opportunities.


https://webapp1.torontopolice.on.ca/psp/careers/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?&SiteId=2000
webapp1.torontopolice.on.ca
7 days ago