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TorontoPolice
53 Division on enforcement blitz. ^vk

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53 Division Toronto Police Service

53 DIVISION COMMUNITY RESPONSE UNIT DOES ENFORCEMENT BLITZ IN LEASIDE COMMUNITYOn Sunday, September 7, 2014 officers from the 53 Division Community Response Unit (CRU) responded to the recent increase in traffic complaints from Leaside residents. 5 CRU officers and 1 CRU Sergeant along with the Crime Prevention Officer led a team of 9 Auxiliary Officers and 2 Youth in Policing Employees during the one day education and enforcement blitz of the Leaside Neighbourhood.Officers enforced new signage in the intersection of McRae Avenue and Millwood Road which does not allow turning right on a red light. Other areas were enforced for speeding and distracted driving offences.According to recent newspaper articles, members of the community have been complaining about traffic to City Council for quite a while but even more after a tragic accident in July involving a child. The link to that article is provided with this story.http://yhoo.it/1w7UBIP Officers issued 40 Provincial Offence Tickets which include offences such as Speeding, Distracted Driving and Disobey Sign. There were some written cautions issued too.Auxiliary Officers canvassed the neighbourhood issuing Distracted Driving Prevention Brochures and Break and Enter Prevention Brochures to people throughout the community.The community response to the officers was amazing with many people personally thanking the officers for being in the neighbourhood and addressing these issues to make the community safe and secure.On Monday September 15th, 53 Division is implementing two permanent Community Safety and Traffic Compliant Officers. To advise of a traffic issue please contact the Community Response Unit.
6 days ago

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TPS53
53 DIVISION COMMUNITY RESPONSE UNIT DOES ENFORCEMENT BLITZ IN LEASIDE COMMUNITY

On Sunday, September 7, 2014 officers from the 53 Division Community Response Unit (CRU) responded to the recent increase in traffic complaints from Leaside residents. 5 CRU officers and 1 CRU Sergeant along with the Crime Prevention Officer led a team of 9 Auxiliary Officers and 2 Youth in Policing Employees during the one day education and enforcement blitz of the Leaside Neighbourhood.

Officers enforced new signage in the intersection of McRae Avenue and Millwood Road which does not allow turning right on a red light. Other areas were enforced for speeding and distracted driving offences.

According to recent newspaper articles, members of the community have been complaining about traffic to City Council for quite a while but even more after a tragic accident in July involving a child. The link to that article is provided with this story.

http://yhoo.it/1w7UBIP

Officers issued 40 Provincial Offence Tickets which include offences such as Speeding, Distracted Driving and Disobey Sign. There were some written cautions issued too.

Auxiliary Officers canvassed the neighbourhood issuing Distracted Driving Prevention Brochures and Break and Enter Prevention Brochures to people throughout the community.

The community response to the officers was amazing with many people personally thanking the officers for being in the neighbourhood and addressing these issues to make the community safe and secure.

On Monday September 15th, 53 Division is implementing two permanent Community Safety and Traffic Compliant Officers. To advise of a traffic issue please contact the Community Response Unit.



6 days ago

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TPS53
PUBLIC NOTICE

To those that reside in the area of the Hodgson Senior Public School, the City of Toronto has sent notice that on or about September 16th, they are going to commence a pouring of cement for the new ice pad adjacent to the school. This is going to involve working outside of the allowable working hours that are outlined in the Toronto By-Law.

The work may commence as early as 4am and be continuous for over a day or so. Please advise your neighbours. There is no necessity to call police about the construction noise during this period.
6 days ago

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TPS55
Police seek help in identifying suspects involved in Theft and Mischief to Historical Monument at Malvern Collegiate Institute.
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416-808-5500

On Saturday August 23, 2014 a group of 6 people were involved in the theft of the sword from the cenotaph sculpture at 55 Malvern Ave in the City of Toronto.

At approximately 4:00 am, a male suspect climbed on to the sculpture and removed the sword, threw it to an accomplice, posed for photos and fled the scene.

The Toronto Police Service is requesting the publicīs assistance with identifying the individuals captured in the surveillance photos. It is also believed that the incident was captured on cell phone videos or photographs.

The involved suspects are described as follows:
Suspect 1: male, brown skinned, black hair styled up and shorter at the sides, 18-20 years old
Suspect 2: male, white skinned, shaved head, 18-20 years old
Suspect 3: male, white skinned, dark short hair 18-20 years old
Suspect 4: female, white skinned, long brown hair, 18-20 years old
Suspect 5: male, white skinned, dark brown hair, 18-20 years old
Suspect 6: female, white skinned, light blonde or light red hair, 18-20 years old

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-5500, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477)



7 days ago