Police Chief Mark Saunders has decided to halt the rollout of new grey cars for police after hearing complaints from Torontonians.
Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders wants to have the “best police force in the world” and engaged the public on social media to help make it happen.
On Wednesday, Saunders hosted a live Q&A on Twitter from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. and responded to 16 questions from Torontonians via video. Residents asked about police de-escalation training, officers carrying naloxone kits and community engagement.
Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders is making history. At 4 p.m., he’s hosting a live Q&A session on Twitter in an effort to reach out to communities that feel like they don’t have a voice in the city. This marks the first time a Canadian police chief will partner with Twitter Canada for such an event.
A man is under arrest after two members of the Canadian Forces were stabbed on Monday at a Toronto recruitment centre, Police Chief Mark Saunders says.
A request for a funding increase of 2.76 per cent for Toronto Police Services’ 2016 budget has been granted by the civilian oversight board.
Mayor John Tory and Police Chief Mark Saunders announced Wednesday morning another crackdown on illegal parking during rush hour to begin on Oct.5.