Toronto Police Services

Woman sought for robbery

Police are trying to identify a woman who allegedly assaulted another woman in a bar in the Queen Street West and Cameron Street area on Oct. 23.

Ontario launches Be Alert, Be Seen campaign

According to Steven Del Duca, Ontario Minister of Transportation, 40 per cent of road accidents involve pedestrian injuries. Pedestrians also represent approximately 19 per cent of motor vehicle fatalities.

Police budget request granted

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.

Toronto police’s 11 Division superintendent planning his next charity challenge

A Toronto police officer, 11 Division Supt. Heinz Kuck, travelled over 250 kilometres this winter through Algonquin Park, in freezing temperatures, by dogsled to raise money for Victim Services Toronto, a charity helping those affected by crime and violence. This is more than twice the distance he travelled last year during his first dogsledding fundraiser.

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Toronto police warn East Yorkers of new phone scam

“Hi Grandpa.” “Billy is that you?” “Yeah, listen I need help but don’t tell mom and dad.” That’s the typical script of the grandparent scam. Grandparents, believing their beloved grandchild is in trouble, then transfer money to scammers electronically. Last Wednesday, Toronto Police Services warned East York residents about this new twist to the scam.