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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:

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TPS55
Police, courts, jails, probation can focus on the criminal. The community can focus on the victim and opportunity. By limiting the opportunity, we can limit the victimization...
26 mins ago

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TPS55
1st Lecture
Keep this image in your mind from now on when thinking CP (crime prevention)



29 mins ago

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TPS55
**CRIME PREVENTION WEEK** Nov 2-8
BACK TO SCHOOL
-Starting next week 55 fb followers will be getting their Criminology Degree.
-I will be posting tips generated from research around the world
-I will show that simple steps can help in the fight against crime and disorder
-Sometimes light bulbs, hedge clippers, evening walks and nosey neighbours are effective tools in crime prevention.
-I want feedback and even offer to do visits to help you take ownership of your neighbourhoods.



33 mins ago

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TPS22
22 Division: Crime stats from October 23 - 29, 2014

Break & Enters
- Total 12
- 7 houses
- 5 apartments
- 6 arrests

Robberies
- Total 4
- 3 outside
- 1 commercial

Theft of Vehicles
- Total 7
- 1 from residential driveway
- 6 from parking lots/streets

Theft from Vehicles
- Total 15
- 6 from residential driveways
- 9 from parking lots/streets

Assaults
- Total 10
- 1 house
- 1 outside
- 8 commercial
- 1 arrest

Disclaimer: Valid at the time it was produced. Some of these stats are subject to change.



3 hours ago

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TPS55
**55 Div. Halloween Deployment**

-We will have our officers deployed and focused on Halloween events. (as well as regular calls for service) including:
-Traffic and pedestrian safety for trick or treaters
-Thefts/Robberies
-Enforcing liquor laws in bars
5 hours ago

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TPS22
Great News coming at 10:30am from Police Headquarters.

http://www.torontopolice.on.ca/newsreleases/30382


Toronto Police Service :: News Release #30382
www.torontopolice.on.ca
5 hours ago

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TPS43Div
Good morning friends, Happy Halloween!! These Halloween safety tips hold true no matter where you are. Have a safe night.

PC Arsenault #8074



6 hours ago

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PCGuyServiceTorontoPolice43D
2014/10/31
TIME CHANGE Sunday November 2, 2104 at 02:00AM
MOVE your clocks back one hour...



7 hours ago

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PCGuyServiceTorontoPolice43D
Have a Safe and Fun Halloween...



7 hours ago

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TPS12Div
Happy Halloween Everyone!! Please be safe when you're out and about tonight. Keep an eye out for children!! Happy Trick and Treating!
7 hours ago

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TPS55
And next week, maybe a trip to the dentist!!!!



18 hours ago

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TPS55
And a few for the motorists...
-as always, don't use mobile devices
-lower your speed
-anticipate ghosts, goblins, pirates and zombies will be on your drive home...and may be running out from in between parked cars.



18 hours ago

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TPS55
**More about safety for tomorrow**
-flame resistant costumes, wigs etc
-treats that can cause choking are given to children of appropriate age
-children should have their home phone # in case they become lost.
- ensure masks don't hinder a child's sight.
-costumes should fit properly to prevent tripping, strangulation
-costumes should always have something reflective or a flashing light.
(cycling/running stores are great for these products)



18 hours ago

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TPS41
Crime Prevention Week is November 3rd - 9th.
Our 41 Division officers, Toronto Police Auxiliary and Youth in Policing Initiative - Toronto Police Service YIPI students will be out in the community next week at various locations providing crime prevention information.
Drop by one of the locations and say hi!



24 hours ago

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TAVISTPS
Here is a video for our Neighbourhood TAVIS Initiative for 51 Division. What does everyone think!? Check it out! bit.ly/NeighbourhoodTavis


@TorontoPolice Neighbourhood TAVIS Initiative 2014

Neighbourhood Approach Creates Safer Space The Moss Park/South St. Jamestown neighbourhoods will get a focused police response after 51 Division officers wer...
1 day ago

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TPS22
We are Toronto Police.


I am Toronto Police

1 day ago

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TPS22
22 Division's "Catch 22 Tuesday"
Justin Ezeard, 26yrs

22Division
416 808-2200


This is another installment of 22 Division´s "Catch 22 Tuesday". We are looking for Justin Ezeard, 26 years old. He is wanted for:

- 1) Assault x 2

If you see Justin Ezeard, please call 9-1-1 or if you have any information on our outstanding "Catch 22 Tuesday" people especially Justin , 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.


www.222tips.com
222tips.com
1 day ago

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PCGuyServiceTorontoPolice43D
2014/10/30
Have a Fun and Safe Halloween.....

Music to get your Halloween going...

SONG: NOVELTY: The Monster Mash
ARTIST: Bobby "BORIS" Pickett and The Crypt Kickers
YEAR: 1962

MORE Info: Learn more about the song
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monster_Mash


THE MONSTER MASH ~ Bobby "Boris" Pickett & The Crypt Kickers 1962

THE MONSTER MASH ~ Bobby "Boris" Pickett & The Crypt Kickers ~ 1962 ~ Garpax Records.
1 day ago

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TPS41
Halloween can be a fun and exciting time for kids. Here are some safety tips will help keep the little ones safe and happy this Halloween.



1 day ago

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TAVISTPS
Officers supporting a good cause. Looking good guys!


Officers get ManiCURES for a good cause

Videographer Audra Brown finds out why several Toronto police officers got pink fingernails on Wednesday.
1 day ago

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TPS22
Halloween Safety Tips

A message from "Officer Rich".

Students remember why we have rules, they are to keep us safe! And when you do not follow the rules, you are no longer safe! Please follow these important Halloween Rules when you are "trick or treating".

1) NEVER go into anyone´s house or car, no matter how well you know that person. Unless your parent or trusted adult is with you.
2) NEVER eat any candy until your parents have checked it.
3) Costumes should be short enough so that you don´t trip and fall. Also, make sure that the children can be seen by using a flashlight, glow sticks or reflective tape .
4) Watch out for cars REMEMBER that it may be hard for drivers to see you.
5) Trick or treat in your own neighbourhood and NEVER take shortcuts through backyards, alleys, laneways or parks.
6) Stay away from lit pumpkins as it can be a fire hazard.
7) Trick or treat in a group, NEVER go alone.
8) ALWAYS trick or treat with a parent or trusted adult.
9) Use face paint or makeup instead of a mask. Masks make it hard to see where you are walking.
10) When you are trick or treating, never "zig zag" across the street. Walk up one side of the street, then walk down the other side of the street.
11) ALWAYS walk on the sidewalk, NOT the street.
12) Only visit houses where the lights on.
13) ALWAYS be polite and say thank you.

Remember to follow these important rules, so that you stay safe!! Have a fun & safe Halloween everyone!!

"Officer Rich"
1 day ago

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TPS53
GREAT CAUSE. In support of 'Breast Cancer Awareness', Sgt. Jazen Brautigam, and Constable Alex Li, along with other members of the Toronto Police Service, doing their part to raise money, and awareness to this great cause. Thanks to the wonderful ladies @ #thetenspot nail salon for fixing them up with #PinkManiCURES #breastcancerawareness



2 days ago

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TPS53
GREAT CAUSE. In support of 'Breast Cancer Awareness', Sgt. Jazen Brautigam, and Constable Alex Li doing their part to raise money, and awareness to this great cause. Thanks to the wonderful ladies @ #thetenspot nail salon for fixing them up with #PinkManiCURES #breastcancerawareness Toronto Police Service



2 days ago

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TPS43Div
Thank you Canadian Property Stars for their generous donation of 500 toys to this years auxiliary toy drive! @TPSPRowe



2 days ago

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PCGuyServiceTorontoPolice43D
2014/10/29
A Horror song to get you into the Halloween mood..
from the NON-Academy Award winning movie of 1958
starring a new star Steve McQueen and theme song written by a young Burt Bacharach... THE BLOB

My second favourite Halloween song....


Burt Bacharach - The Blob (stereo 16:9)

"The Blob" was Steve McQueen's debut leading role, and also starred Aneta Corsaut. The film's tongue-in-cheek theme song, "Beware of the Blob", was written b...
2 days ago

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PCGuyServiceTorontoPolice43D
2014/10/29
Blast from the past...
Old Scarborough police station from around 1956. (repost)
Believe may have been in the Warden Ave and Civic Rd. area which is now in 41 Division...



2 days ago

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PCGuyServiceTorontoPolice43D
2014/10/29

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY/ BEHAVIOUR/ PERSONS
We are lucky in Canada and Toronto to have an Emergency response system that makes it easy for you to report Suspicious Activity and Behaviour.....

If you see Threat to life or Property:
CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY
That number will connect you directly with our Communications Services.
Do not call your local police station as it causes delay in our Communications to get Officers to respond

If you see activity that is not of an emergency matter:
CALL NON-Emergency # (416) 808-2222



2 days ago

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TAVISTPS
This is great advice to share. Halloween is fast approaching! Stay safe everyone.


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***SAFETY MESSAGE*** - Halloween & Trick-Or-Treating Safety TipsHalloween is fast approaching, and children will be excited to go door-to-door to `Trick or Treat´. But before they do, as parents & guardians, please remind yourselves to do the following before we let our little `ghouls & goblins´ out for that night. o First of all, dress for the weather. As Halloween is in the later months of the fall season, it is usually cooler/cold outside, and it could possibly rain as well. Therefore, have jackets, or costumes that will keep your children warm. Also, as the parent/guardian, if the weather calls for it, have an umbrella in hand just in case. o When it comes to costumes & masks, a safety concern is visibility. Please ensure that these masks/costumes have clear sight lines, so that your children can see clearly when crossing the roads, or walking up steps to ensure their safety. Reflective costumes are best, because children can be easily seen by motorists, and other parents/guardians. o My favorite tip is to carry a FLASHLIGHT!!! Traditionally kids go out `Trick or Treating´ in the evening time, and as such, daylight is an issue. Both children & parents/guardians should carry some type of lighting device to help light the way, and of course provide extra security for the children while they go out through the night `Trick or Treating´. o BUDDY SYSTEM works best. If you have a group of kids, keep them together. Strength in numbers for their safety. If your child does not have a fellow `Trick or Treater´ then you will be their buddy!!! Do your best to stay away from dark spots/areas like parks, alleyways, laneways etc. Most criminal offenses occur in poorly lit or dark areas. Please keep children in well-lit streets, and always have clear sight of them. If there is a home that is poorly lit, or dark/dangerous elements, just skip that house and go to the next. o Lastly, we know the children can´t wait to devour their treats. But before they do.. PLEASE, PLEASE check their candies/treats before allowing them to eat them. As parents/guardians, it is always a safe bet to check through their loot bags, to ensure their safety before allowing them to go through the bag themselves. Better safe than sorry!!! I wish everyone a 'Happy & Safe' Halloween!!! BOO!!!Cheers,Officer @[100008281787601:2048:Alex] a.k.a. 'Iron-Cop'@[191543066296:274:Toronto Police Service] #Halloween #communitysafety #ironcop #supercop #safetyfirst
2 days ago

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TPS53
53 Division Community Response Officers assisted with traffic & pedestrian control for the funeral of Brigadier General Brown. With the upcoming Remembrance Day, officers of 53 Division paid tribute to the life of Brigadier General Harold Edward Brown. Proud to be Canadian!!!


Brigadier General Harold Edward Brown
53 Division Community Response Officers assisted with traffic & pedestrian control for the funeral of Brigadier General Brown. With the upcoming Remembrance Day, officers of 53 Division paid tribute to the life of Brigadier General Harold Edward Brown. Proud to be Canadian!!!
2 days ago

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TPS43Div
Students, Cops, Community...saved lives today

With the help of Canadian Blood Services-Hailu Mulatu and 42 Division SRO-Melinda Mantle, officers from 4 District were invited to "save a life" as revealed by D/Sgt Dave Euckland who himself was saved through blood transfusions as a child.

Thanks to school police like Julie (Wild Rose) Rowe and Lynne (Cookie) Alexander of 43 Division lives were saved today with the students of east Toronto. ~ds/4422



3 days ago

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TPS22
NOTICE:

TOWN HALL MEETING organized by

Community Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) & Toronto Police 22 Division

WHEN: Wednesday November 19th, 2014 from 7-9pm WHERE: Humber College (Lakeshore Campus) - 3199 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto, ON M8V 1K8 Room #A170 or The Blue Room (near cafeteria)

Humber Parking Lot A is free after 4pm. Community and local business tables will be available for additional information.

Light refreshments will be provided.

To help facilitate the Q&A portion of the agenda, please forward all questions, issues and concerns to 22DivCPLC@gmail.com on or before November 14th

AGENDA

Opening remarks from Chief Blair, Deputy Chief Peter Sloly, S/Supt
Tom Russell, Supt Shaun Narine and CPLC Vice Chair Carolyn
Hogg.

Presentation from Major Crime Unit on:
Break & Enters, Holiday thefts & Street robbery prevention

An update from Rose Buhagiar, Dir Toronto South Detention
Centre

Question & Answers
3 days ago

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TAVISTPS
For everyone who needed a little cheering up today! Happy Tuesday :)


This Adorable French Bulldog Playing With A Police Horse Is Just Too Cute. Actually Adorable!
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I Can't Stop Smiling!
3 days ago

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TPS55
I hate hearing about low voter turnout. Look around the world and see what some people do for the right to vote!!
4 days ago

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TPS55
I have learned that 55 fb followers care about their community so I certainly hope they exercised their democratic responsibility and cast their vote today.



4 days ago

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TPS43Div
Thank you to school resource officer PC Rowe and others who donated blood at today's mobile clinic held at 42 division. @TPSPRowe



4 days ago

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PCGuyServiceTorontoPolice43D
Firefighters fighting fire in Whitby @CBCNews @CityNews http://t.co/6VUkYUMt8m


PC Guy Service TPS (@TpsGuy43D) posted a photo on Twitter
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4 days ago

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ValueDiversity
Learning from missteps http://t.co/AEYNouu7mG @MARCmovement #Diversity #GenderDiversity #Feminism ^dr
4 days ago

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ValueDiversity
Cold Lake residents come together to clean up vandalized mosque http://t.co/KcB0Jf9xmy via @huffpostalberta ^dr
4 days ago

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TPS53
Great work and community engagement by our 53 Division Community Response officers at a charity event hosted by ValuMart entitled 'Sarah's Food Drive'!!!



5 days ago

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PCGuyServiceTorontoPolice43D
2014/10/25
Picture of Henry Street bridge in Whitby ON, where I was standing with everyday citizens as Cpl. Cirillo procession drove past on the Highway of Heroes on 2014/10/24.

I am in this photo positioned above the bridge middle support above the crowd as I was standing on a vehicle to make the previously posted video.



6 days ago

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ValueDiversity
Little Girls Swear Like Truck Drivers To Target Sexism http://t.co/1oUjGW3Nkf

Is this the best way to make this point? ^dr
6 days ago

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PCGuyServiceTorontoPolice43D
How I did on Twitter this week: 9 New Followers, 5 Retweets, 1.79K Retweet Reach. How'd your week go? via http://t.co/P13LeQDwbW


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6 days ago

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PCGuyServiceTorontoPolice43D
2014/10/25
VIDEO: Cpl. Nathan Cirillo Highway of Heroes

This is a video I made as the procession of Cpl. Cirillo made its way west through Whitby.ON on 2014/10/24 at approx. 06:00pm.
As you can see, many citizens made their way to bridges along the way and many stopped to the side of Highway 401 (Highway of Heroes) to show their respect.


Highway of Heroes : Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's procession

Citizens in Whitby ON saying farewell and Thank You
6 days ago

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PCGuyServiceTorontoPolice43D
After 7 days of getting up at 3am for Dayshift, sleeping in till 6 am feels like a luxury.. #shiftwork @TorontoPolice #daysoff



6 days ago

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PCGuyServiceTorontoPolice43D
2014/10/25
Canada lost 2 great citizens this week.
Take time to remember them and that without the soldier, many freedoms we have and enjoy may not exist.

Rest In Peace
Cpl. Nathan Cirillo , 24
Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent , 53



6 days ago

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TPS12Div
Working in the community we so proudly serve.


12 Division Bike Rodeo at Santa Maria CES

With many thanks to the students of Santa Maria CES and the great leaders that volunteered their time from Archbishop Romero CSS. Also thanks to all the fantastic community partners that contributed to this amazing event! CAA, MAC's Convenience, City of Toronto!
7 days ago