Public Safety - Major EventsE-mail Public Safety - Major Events
330 Progress Ave., Toronto, ON , M1P 2Z4
The Public Safety - Major Events Section coordinates the deployment of Toronto Police Service personnel and resources at all major events, parades, and demonstrations within the City of Toronto. Additionally, this section supports Toronto's economic development as the primary point of police contact for entertainment industries, including feature film, television, commercial, stage productions, and festivals of all genres.
As subject matter experts, the members of the Public Safety – Major Events Section support and assist internal and external stakeholders with respect to the most effective and efficient deployment of policing assets. For further information, please contact us.
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Are you planning an event in the City of Toronto?
The key to a successful event is preparation!
When is your event?
(Is there sufficient time to plan your event?)
Where is your event?
(Do you require permission/permits to use the venue/space?)
What are you planning/what are your intentions?
(Provide as much detail as possible and include maps and diagrams
Who did you notify?
(Example: Police, Fire, Ambulance, The City, TTC)
What additional resources are required to support your event? (Volunteers, marshals, PAID DUTY officers and or the use of products such as visual safety features: signs, pylons, barricades and or road closure safety measures…to name a few examples)
How are you promoting the event?
(Social media, web sites)
What safety considerations have you made to support your event?
(Accessibility- AODA compliant, first aid kit/supplies, medically trained responders, communication devices: radios, speakers, PA systems, or megaphones)
**noise by-law and noise exemptions apply**
What is your emergency action plan?
(For medical conditions, weather related impacts, evacuation plans and crowd management responses) Also check out the City of Toronto Event Planning Guide.