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[TPS] – Pedestrian Safety Awareness‏

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Toronto Police Service
News Release

Pedestrian Safety Awareness

Thursday, August 21, 2014 – 3:38 PM
Traffic Services
416-808-1900

Pedestrian safety initiatives, delivered by the Toronto Police Service, are designed to promote cooperative safety strategies, with members of our communities, using awareness, education and enforcement.

Collision analysis has shown that pedestrian fatalities represent approximately 50% of yearly traffic fatalities in Toronto. To date, 14 pedestrians have lost their lives in Toronto this year. Read the rest of this entry »

This is Why it May be Best Not to Put Your Address on Your CV

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Toronto Police Service
News Release

Sexual Assault Alert, Fake job application through Kijiji

Monday, June 16, 2014 – 3:50 PM
31 Division
416-808-3100

The Toronto Police Service would like to make the public aware of an ongoing sexual assault investigation.

It is reported that:

- a 21-year-old woman applied for a job online through Kijiji

- under the rouse of a job interview for Corerite Salvage Logistics, the woman agreed to meet a representative of the company at a local coffee shop

- however, the representative showed up at the woman’s home, accompanied by another woman

- the representative began engaging the woman in sexually inappropriate conversation, then sexually assaulted her

The representative is described as a white man, 45-50, 6’3″ to 6’5″, with a skinny build, greying beard, and bad teeth.

The woman who accompanied the representative is described as black with medium complexion, approximately 25, with a chubby build.

Police believe there may be other victims.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-3100, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637), or Leave A Tip on Facebook. Download the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App on iTunes, Google Play or Blackberry App World.

A sexual assault is defined as any form of unwanted sexual contact. It includes, but is not limited to, kissing, grabbing, oral sex and penetration. To learn more about sexual assault, including how to report a sexual assault, please visit our Sex Crimes Unit website.

For more news, visit TPSnews.ca.

Constable Victor Kwong, Corporate Communications, for Detective Richard Proctor, 31 Division

Home Security Tips – Lock your doors and windows‏

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Community Alert Toronto Police Service
Home Security Tips – Lock your doors and windows

Home Security Tips:


Most thieves look to steal small, expensive easy to carry & conceal items such as cash, wallets, purses, credit cards, identification, jewellery and electronic equipment. Remember to take steps to safe guard these items. Don’t give a thief a free opportunity, remember to lock your doors and windows especially with the nice weather we are currently enjoying..


• Make sure all doors, windows and skylights to your house and garage are always closed and locked.


Deadbolt locks should have the following features:


• minimum of 5.6 cm (2 1/4 inch) interlocking bolts to hold the cylinder together


• pick-resistant cylinder


• drill-resistant cylinder


• twist-resistant, tapered hardened steel, or free-spinning cylinder guard


• hardened steel bolt, minimum 2.5 cm (1 inch) long (when thrown). Level 2 style bolt is cut resistant.


• alarm system


• after market locks, stoppers for sliding doors and windows


• security film for glass (laminate)


• Park your vehicle in a locked garage if possible.


• Keep your vehicle locked at all times.


• Use your exterior lighting. Regularly check to ensure all exterior lighting around your home is powered and operational.


• Install exterior lighting around the complete perimeter of your home if you don’t already have it.


• If you have a back alley or easement, be sure no unauthorized person can get into this area.


• Beware of landscaping that may provide cover or concealment for someone lurking around your home.


• Trim back trees and bushes on your property. Make use of hostile plants with thorns to keep out unwanted people.


• Ask your neighbours to keep an eye on your home with the promise you’ll do the same for them. Concentrate on houses where people are away on vacation.


• Be aware of your surroundings and what is going on in your neighbourhood.


• Report any suspicious person(s) or events to the police.


People going away should take extra steps to help ensure home security. Put lights on timers, make arrangements to cancel newspaper delivery, have door to door flyers picked up and have someone check your home regularly. Never leave notes or recorded messages which let people know you are not home.


You should report suspicious people or events to the police at once.


Contact numbers:


9-1-1 Should be used for the following emergencies:


•Crime in progress – situations where the safety of people or property are at risk
•Fire
•Medical emergency
•Vehicle accident with injuries


416-808-2222 is the Non-emergency number.


 


P.C. Gord Reid #1703


14 Division, Crime Prevention.

 

[TPS] – Toronto Police Service supports provincial Drive Safe! campaign against driving under influence of drugs‏

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Toronto Police Service
News Release


Toronto Police Service supports provincial Drive Safe! campaign against driving under influence of drugs

Thursday, May 22, 2014 – 4:28 PM
Traffic Services
416-808-1900

The Toronto Police Service is supporting the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police’s 2014 Drive Safe! R.I.D.E. traffic safety campaign (#DriveSafeONT), which will focus on the dangers associated with driving under the influence of prescription medicines and illegal drugs: depressants, stimulants, hallucinogens, inhalants, cannabis, etc.

A 2010 study published in the Journal of Traffic Injury Prevention concluded that more than 10 per cent of drivers, randomly pulled over for a survey, tested positive for drug use compared to eight per cent who had been drinking alcohol. A 2012 study (http://ow.ly/wNop5) found a two-fold increase in the risk of an accident if there is any measurable amount of THC (active ingredient in cannabis) in the bloodstream.

“We are proud to support this important public-safety campaign. Driving after consuming alcohol poses tremendous dangers for motorists, other drivers, and pedestrians. Choosing to get behind the wheel of a vehicle after consuming certain prescription drugs or illegal substances can be just as dangerous,” said Superintendent Gord Jones of Toronto Police Service, Traffic Services. “Not only are you putting yourself and others in physical danger, but legal consequences are just not worth the risk.”

The campaign features a public information booklet with information on driving while impaired (alcohol and drugs), as well as traffic collision reporting, protecting consumers from fraud, and Ontario’s racing, seat-belt, and distracted-driving laws. To download the new “The Eyes Have It: Stoned Driving is Impaired Driving” booklet, please visit www.oacp.ca.

The 2014 Drive Safe! R.I.D.E. traffic safety campaign is made possible through the support of Accident Support Services International Ltd., arrive alive DRIVE SOBERŽ, Allstate Canada Group of Companies, Canadian Energy Pipeline Association, Canadian Tire Corporation, Canpar Courier, Government of Ontario, Ontario Motor Vehicle Industry Council, Personal Injury Alliance, RSR-Global, Smart Serve Ontario, Spirits Canada, Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Club, Trillium Automobile Dealers Association, and VIA Rail Canada.

For more news, visit TPSnews.ca.

Constable David Hopkinson, Corporate Communications, for Constable Clint Stibbe, Traffic Services

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[TPS] – Arrests in Human Trafficking/Juvenile Prostitution investigation, Two men, one woman face 19 charges, Police believe there may be more victims‏

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Toronto Police Service
News Release


Arrests in Human Trafficking/Juvenile Prostitution investigation, Two men, one woman face 19 charges, Police believe there may be more victims

Monday, April 14, 2014 – 2:50 PM
Sex Crimes
416-808-7474

On Friday, March 28, 2014, the Toronto Police Service started a Human Trafficking/Juvenile Prostitution investigation.

It is alleged that:

- a girl, 17, was assaulted, threatened and forced into becoming a prostitute by two men and one woman

- she was transported, by the three people, between hotels in Mississauga and Scarborough for the purpose of prostitution

- all of her money, her phone, and personal belongings were taken

- she was kept, against her will, in hotel rooms, constantly guarded

On Thursday, April 10, 2014, at 4 p.m., three people were arrested.

Michael Campbell, 30, of Toronto, was charged with:

1) Procuring a Person to become a Prostitute
2) Exercise Control
3) Living on the Avails of Prostitution
4) Trafficking in Persons
5) Receive a Material Benefit from Trafficking in Persons
6) Uttering a Death Threat
7) Forcible Confinement
8) Extortion
9) Use of Imitation Firearm during the Commission of an Indictable Offence
10) Under 18-Telecommunication Agreement to Commit Sexual Offence

Timothy Hewton, 23, of Toronto, was charged with:

1) Living on avails of juvenile prostitution
2) Trafficking in persons
3) Material benefit resulting from trafficking in persons
4) Use of imitation firearm during commission of an indictable offence

Serena Timbury Welcome, 20, of Toronto, was charged with:

1) Living on avails of juvenile prostitution
2) Trafficking in persons
3) Material benefit resulting from trafficking in persons
4) Exercise control
5) Forcible confinement

They were all scheduled to appear in court at Old City Hall, on Monday, April 14, 2014, room 101, 10 a.m.

Police believe there may be more victims.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-7474, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637), or Leave A Tip on Facebook. Download the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App on iTunes, Google Play or Blackberry App World.

For more news, visit TPSnews.ca.

Constable David Hopkinson, Corporate Communications, for Detective David Correa, Sex Crimes

Please remember this Thursday's street proofing workshop‏

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Community Alert Toronto Police Service
Please remember this Thursday’s street proofing workshop

Sponsored by Toronto Police Service  11 Division & 11
Division CPLC

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27
7 – 9 PM
(doors open @ 6:30pm)
BISHOP MARROCCO/THOMAS MERTON C.S.S.
1515 Bloor St. W
(Steps from the
Dundas W. Subway Stn.)

Everyone is Welcome!
No Charge for Admission

MJKO Boxing – Wave Your Flag TO2015 10 Week Pam Am Games Boxing Challenge‏

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MJKO Boxing – Wave Your Flag TO2015 10 Week Pam Am Games Boxing Challenge

When:
Starts: March 1, 2014 Cost: FREE
Ends: May 10,
2014
Saturdays 1:15 pm -3:15 pm
No Class Easter weekend April 19,
2014
Where:
Harbourfront Community Centre Dance 627 Queens Quay W, Toronto ON
M5V3G3(Bathurst and Queens Quay)
About the Challenge
In conjunction with the 2015 Pan Am Games being held in Toronto we are having
the “MJKO, Wave Your Flag, Boxing Challenge“ Participants will learn proper Pan
Am Games Style Boxing and some interesting facts about some of the 41 countries
boxing at the games. On the first day of class each participant will be
assigned a country from one of the 41 competing countries at the games. They
will represent that country for the 10 Week Challenge. Students will be taught
different boxing styles used from around the world. After checking the
internet or other sources of their choice, students will have the opportunity
to share some interesting facts about the country they choose with respect to
their history participating in the Pan Am Games. Snacks highlighting food
from some of the 41 countries will be provided at the end of every class.
Students will be encouraged to learn how to say “good game” in the language
of the country they are representing. A Community Champion medal will be
given out each week for the participant who:
1. Has the best attitude
2. Shows an inclusive environment
3. Show the
spirit of the games
We will have the 14 School Watch Officers participating in this challenge
also.
THIS IS A NON CONTACT PROGRAM FOCUSING ON BOXING TECHNIQUES AND HEALTHY
LIVING. BEST SUITED FOR AGE 6 AND UP ALL FITNESS LEVELS WELCOME.
To register email: michelle.fletcher@mjko.ca (Limited
spots available)
OPENING CEREMONIES MARCH 1, 2014 MEET PACHITHE TO2015 PAN AM GAMES
MASCOT.
Message prepared by P.C. Gord Reid #1703, 14 Division for @MJKOBOXING Miranda
Kamal, Mentoring Juniors Kids Organization, Excutive Director.
Poster: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=678974088806679

WOMEN’S STREET PROOFING WORKSHOP‏

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Community Alert Toronto Police Service
WOMEN’S STREET PROOFING WORKSHOP

Sponsored by Toronto Police Services –   11 Division & 11
Division CPLC
THURSDAY 27 FEBRUARY 2014
7PM – 9 PM
(doors open @ 6:30PM)
BISHOP MARROCCO/THOMAS MERTON C.S.S.
1515 Bloor St. W
(Steps from the
Dundas W. Subway Stn.)
 Be a SURVIVOR, don’t become a victim!
 Become attuned to the
ENVIRONMENT
 Learn what OFFENDERS fear the most?
 Assess your
STRENGTHS  & WEAKNESSES
 FIGHT, FLIGHT or COMPLY? The choice
is yours!

Students and Teens Welcome!!!!

14 Division CPLC Community Safety Scholarship‏

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Community Alert Toronto Police Service
14 Division CPLC Community Safety Scholarship

WHAT DOES THIS PROGRAM OFFER?
Scholarship recipients receive:
-Up to a $4,000 scholarship to cover tuition fees for first year of post
secondary education or training (college, university, trade school,
apprenticeship)
-Opportunity for second year scholarships of up to $4,000 to
be applied directly to your tuition if you attend one of the following
institutions:
-Ryerson University, University of Toronto, York
University, Humber College, George Brown College, Seneca College or OCAD
University.
Everyone who applies for a scholarship will receive:
Employment services offered through St. Stephen’s Community House Employment
and Training Centre. Assistance in looking for and getting a job, one-on-one
job counselling to assist you with resume writing, job searching, and job
matching to connect you with employers offering jobs in your area of
interest.
Who is Eligible?
High school students and/or recent high school graduates involved in
anti-racism, diversity and/or building healthy communities, AND those who can
answer yes to all of the following:
-A Canadian citizen or permanent resident?
-25 years old or younger in May
2014?
-Entering into your first year of post-secondary education or
training?
-Planning to attend a recognized Canadian post-secondary
educational or training program (college, university, career academy,
apprenticeship…) in the upcoming academic year?
-Able to demonstrate a need
for financial assistance?
AND if you are
14 Division CPLC Community Safety Scholarship: A resident of Toronto, living
within the Toronto Police Service 14 Division service boundaries and/or attends
school within the boundaries of 14 Division (from Jameson/Landsdowne east to
Spadina, Lake Ontario north to the North-CP Railway line/Dupont see www.torontopolice.on.ca/d14/neighbourhoods.php
with demonstrated leadership and involvement with issues of community safety
within 14 Division neighbourhoods.
WHEN IS THE APPLICATION DUE?
Friday, March 14 2014, 4:30pm
Please email your completed application packages to areej@scaddingcourt.org.
If you cannot scan and email pages with signatures, you may drop off a hard
copy of your application to:
Scadding Court Community Centre
707 Dundas St. West
Toronto, ON M5T
2W6
Attention: Areej Hasso
Link to application form: http://www.scaddingcourt.org/pdflibrary/2014scholarship-application_jan28.pdf
If you would like to donate, please follow this link and choose 14-Division
CPLC Community Safety Scholarip: https://www.canadahelps.org/dn/12377
Message prepared by P.C. Gord Reid #1703, 14 Division.

[TPS] – Message from Toronto Police Service, Constable John Zivcic‏

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Toronto Police Service
News Release

Message from Toronto Police Service, Constable John Zivcic

Monday, December 2, 2013 – 2:16 PM
Corporate Communications
416-808-7100

It is with great sadness that we inform the members of the Toronto Police Service and the public that Constable John Zivcic succumbed to his injuries at 12:35 p.m. on Monday, December 2, 2013. Read the rest of this entry »

[TPS] – Toronto Police horses sweep the awards at North American Police Equestrian Competition‏

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Toronto Police Service
News Release

Toronto Police horses sweep the awards at North American Police Equestrian Competition

Tuesday, October 15, 2013 – 2:00 PM
Mounted and Police Dog Services
416-808-1700

This past weekend members of the Toronto Police Service Mounted Unit participated in the North American Police Equestrian Championships in Richmond, Virginia. Read the rest of this entry »

[TPS] – Media Advisory Toronto Police Service launches “Back to School – Back to Basics, Remember Road Safety” campaign Tuesday, September 3, 2013‏

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Toronto Police Service
News Release

Media Advisory Toronto Police Service launches “Back to School – Back to Basics, Remember Road Safety” campaign Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Friday, August 30, 2013 – 3:00 PM
Traffic Services
416-808-1900 Read the rest of this entry »

Child car seat safety inspection clinic‏

In Beauty, book reviews, Business, cars, Contact Information, Creative Writing, Culture, Disability, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Events, Health, Home Decor, Living, Media Writing, Movie Reviews, Music, Opinion, Pets, Radio Podcasts, Religion, Restaurant Reviews, Sports, Technology, travel, Uncategorized, Video Work, Writing (all kinds) on June 13, 2013 at 3:00 AM
Community Alert Toronto Police Service
Child car seat safety inspection clinic

This Saturday May 11th take advantage of the child car seat safety inspection clinic being held at 11 Division – 2054 Davenport Road.  11AM until 3PM.  First come first served.  Please install the seat and it will be checked and adjusted.

4 out of every 5 children are not correctly buckled up in their seats.
Motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death and injury in young children. A properly used child restraint can prevent up to 75% of these deaths and injuries.

http://bit.ly/13fqdMY

[TPS] – Toronto Crime Stoppers reaches milestone with 100,000th tip‏

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Toronto Police Service
News Release

Toronto Crime Stoppers reaches milestone with 100,000th tip

Thursday, April 11, 2013 – 12:49 PM
Corporate Communications
416-808-7100

Toronto Crime Stoppers, a collaboration involving the police, community and the media, which began in Toronto in 1984 as a way to solve and prevent crime, received its 100,000th anonymous tip in March 2013. Read the rest of this entry »

Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services – Home Security Audit Guide

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Community Alert Toronto Police Service
Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services – Home Security Audit Guide

“People tend to think of burglary in strictly physical terms – as illegal access to your home, items taken and/or items destroyed.

But burglary can have a significant impact on a person’s mental well-being. Burglary victims often speak of a sense of violation. This can lead to feelings of fear, anger and emotional distress, particularly in children and the elderly. To protect your loved ones, your property and your home, you are encouraged to improve the security in and around your home!

This Home Security Audit Guide provides general information about keeping your home secure. It provides guidance about taking precautions to reduce the risk of burglary around your home. Inexpensive and do-it-yourself suggestions are provided to help you maximize the security of your home. For further information and assistance, you or your community group may want to contact your local police service or crime prevention association.”

To arrange a free, personal home security audit call your local Division’s Crime Prevention Officer.  For 11 Division home and business owners please call416-808-1108.

http://bit.ly/13htsjD

Emergency Preparedness Week‏

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Community Alert Toronto Police Service
Emergency Preparedness Week

Emergency Preparedness Week is a national awareness initiative that encourages all Canadians to take steps to become better prepared to face a range of emergencies.

Your participation can assure that you and your family will be better prepared for emergency situations whether you’re at home or not.

http://www.getprepared.gc.ca/cnt/kts/index-eng.aspx

TPS] – Public Awareness Campaign, Needhelpnow.ca‏

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Toronto Police Service
News Release

Public Awareness Campaign, Needhelpnow.ca

Sex Crimes Unit
416-808-8500

Youth today are managing a variety of challenging issues and, while technology has certainly opened up new opportunities, it has also had an impact on teens’ lives in ways no one could have imagined.  Read the rest of this entry »

[TPS] – Media advisory, Thursday, March 21, 2013, 11 a.m., Dundas Street West/Huron Street, Project “Blue Serpent”‏

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Toronto Police Service
News Release

Media advisory, Thursday, March 21, 2013, 11 a.m., Dundas Street West/Huron Street, Project “Blue Serpent”

Wednesday, March 20, 2013 – 3:51 PM
52 Division
416-808-5200

On Thursday, March 21, 2013, at 11 a.m., Acting Unit Commander Howard Page and the Chinatown Business Improvement Area Chair Tony Louie will meet at the corner of Dundas Street West and Huron Street to announce the start of Project “Blue Serpent.” Read the rest of this entry »

Keep an eye on your valuables‏

In Beauty, book reviews, Business, cars, Contact Information, Creative Writing, Culture, Disability, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Events, Health, Home Decor, Living, Media Writing, Movie Reviews, Music, Opinion, Pets, Radio Podcasts, Religion, Restaurant Reviews, Sports, Technology, travel, Uncategorized, Video Work, Writing (all kinds) on April 4, 2013 at 3:00 AM
Community Alert Toronto Police Service
Keep an eye on your valuables

Recently, there has been a noticeable increase of thefts in a number of retail businesses in the division.

These thefts involve the removal of purses or wallets from purses left in shopping carts while the shopper is distracted looking at items or at the checkout.

Please remember to be aware of your surroundings and those around you at all times.  Know where your valuables are and keep an eye on them.  Do not leave your wallet in plain view in an unfastened purse.

Do not carry large sums of cash or credit cards and identification that are not needed for that shopping trip.

Do not write personal identification numbers (PINS) on debit and credit cards.  If you need a written reminder, do not keep the written PINS for those debit and credit cards t ogether in the same wallet.

Remember, if a purse containing house or car keys is stolen the risk of having your house broken into or your car stolen is made that much greater.

Romance or Dating Scam‏

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Community Alert Toronto Police Service
Romance or Dating Scam

In 2011, Romance scams emerged as highest grossing scam, with over 12 million in losses reported by Canadians. This scam has also lead to incidents of suicide in cases where victims have lost their life saving and have been emotionally destroyed.

• Romance scams will continue to have a profound impact on Canadians and cause severe financial loss in 2013.

• These scams have proliferated with the increase use of social media – social networking sites and dating sites. These sites are most common with scams that require a level of trust between the victim and the fraudster.

• In the Romance scam the fraudsters have demonstrated that they are willing to develop the relationship over extended periods of time. This increases the trust level between the victim and fraudster and will result in higher dollar losses. This also results in a negative social impact on the victim as they have developed emotional and psychological attachment to the fraudster.

• Generally, Romance scams involve the victim and the fraudster meeting through a social networking site. The fraudster will gain the trust of the victim through displays of affection. While the fraudster is usually located in a distant country, eventually wanting to meet the victim in person. It is at this time the fraudster will advise they can’t afford to travel and will seek assistance from the victim in covering travel cost. Other variations include the fraudster presenting situations of emergency/ urgency, such as a sick family member, and seeking financial assistance from the victim for various costs.

• Some incidents have also occurred at the local level and involved the victims actually meeting the suspects to go out on dates and meeting at the victim residence. These cases are creating concerns for personal safety. For example, in one incident the victim reported having her wallet and some jewellery stolen from home.

Indicators

• Distressed citizen worried about a loved one
• Talking about good friend or loved one in another country that is coming to visit or needs help.
• Mentions Western Union or MoneyGram
• Frequenting the bank more often
• Making unusual withdrawals both in amounts and frequency.
• Making multiple withdrawals ranging from $500‐ $3000 in Cash.
• Making large dollar wire transfers to countries in Africa, Asia or Eastern Europe
To contact the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (1-888-495-8501) to report it.

For more information please visit

http://www.an tifraudcentre-centreantifraude.ca/english/home.html

Fraud: Recognize it. Report it. Stop it.

Scam Alert‏

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Community Alert Toronto Police Service
Scam Alert

The Toronto Police would like to make the public aware of an arrest in a nationwide Secret Shopper Scam.  It is alleged that unsuspecting victims are being recruited for gainful employment as secret shoppers.

Once hired, the victim is sent cheques to cash using their own bank account.  The victim is then instructed to use a portion of this money to shop at various businesses and grade the service they received at those businesses.

One of the final instructions given to the victim is to use and grade the services of a cheque cashing business.  They are given a name and destination by the employer and told to send money, by wire transfer to this destination.  The money to be sent is a large percentage of the money they’d obtained earlier by cashing the cheques.

The victi m would later learn the cheques initially deposited into their accounts, were fraudulent.

Fraud Alert

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Community Alert Toronto Police Service
Fraud Alert

The Toronto Strategic Partnership* would like to make the public aware of a “phishing scam” targeting credit card holders.

“Phishing” is a technique used to trick people into providing personal, financial, or password data by leading consumers to believe that a request for information is coming from a legitimate source. In reality, it is a malicious attempt to collect consumer information for the purpose of committing fraud. These requests often ask for information that will be used to commit fraud.

People are being contacted through email, text messaging and phone calls from suspects attempting to get personal credit card details such as credit card numbers, PINs, and the three digit code (CVV2/CVC2) on the back of a credit card.

The Toronto Strategic Partnership recom mends the following steps to protect your credit card data:

− do not provide any personal or credit card information

− ask the caller to provide his/her name, department, and extension

− tell the representative you want to verify their information and end the call

− never use verification provided by the person/entity that contacts you

− take steps to verify what is being told to you by calling the phone number on your credit card or billing statement

− contact your local police to report the incident or the Canadian Anti−fraud Centre for more information on this and other similar scams.

14 Division – Home Security Tips‏

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Community Alert Toronto Police Service
14 Division – Home Security Tips

Most thieves look to steal small, expensive easy to carry & conceal items – cash, wallets, purses, credit cards, identification, jewellery and electronic equipment. Remember to take steps to safe guard these items. Don’t give a thief a free opportunity, remember to lock your doors and windows.
• Make sure all doors, windows and skylights to your house and garage are always closed and locked.
• Park your vehicle in a locked garage if possible.
• Keep your vehicle locked at all times.
• Use your exterior lighting. Regularly check to ensure all exterior lighting around your home is powered and operational.
• Install exterior lighting around the complete perimeter of your home if you don’t already have it.
• If you hav e a back alley or easement, be sure no unauthorized person can get into this area.
• Beware of landscaping that may provide cover or concealment for someone lurking around your home.
• Trim back trees and bushes on your property. Make use of hostile plants with thorns to keep out unwanted people.
• Ask your neighbours to keep an eye on your home with the promise you’ll do the same for them. Concentrate on houses where people are away on vacation.
• Be aware of your surroundings and what is going on in your neighbourhood.
• Report any suspicious person(s) or events to the police.

People going away should take extra steps to help ensure home security. Put lights on timers, make arrangements to cancel newspaper delivery, have door to door flyers picked up and have someone check your home regularly. Never leave notes or recorded messages which let people know you are not home.

You should report suspicious people or events to the police at once.

Contact numbers:
9-1-1 Should be used for the following emergencies:
•Crime in progress – situations where the safety of people or property are at risk
•Fire
•Medical emergency

416-808-2222 Should be used for non-emergency situations.

416-222-TIPS (8477) – Crime Stoppers – Report anonymously to police any information regarding a crime (or online at www.222tips.com) Text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637).

Further tips follow this link: http://on.fb.me/Zghp5P

Message prepared by P.C. Gord Reid #1703, 14 Division, Crime Prevention.

[TPS] – Heavy snow forecast, Winter driving tips‏

In Beauty, book reviews, Business, cars, Education, Events, Health, Living, Media Writing, Technology, travel, Writing (all kinds) on February 16, 2013 at 3:00 AM
Toronto Police Service
News Release

Heavy snow forecast, Winter driving tips

Wednesday, February 6, 2013 – 10:54 AM
Traffic Services
416-808-1900

Thursday’s forecast is anticipating increased snowfall in the Toronto area. To ensure you are ready, here are some reminders from the Toronto Police Service: Read the rest of this entry »

[TPS] – Operation Safe Commute, Monday, January 21, 2013 to Sunday, January 27, 2013‏

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Toronto Police Service
News Release

Operation Safe Commute, Monday, January 21, 2013 to Sunday, January 27, 2013

Sunday, January 20, 2013 – 6:00 PM
14 Division
416-808-1424

The Toronto Police Service’s 14 Division will be initiating a zero-tolerance enforcement campaign entitled “Operation – Safe Commute”. The campaign will run from Monday, January 21, 2013 to Sunday, January 27, 2013. Read the rest of this entry »

Business Robbery Alert‏

In Beauty, book reviews, Business, cars, Contact Information, Creative Writing, Culture, Disability, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Events, Health, Home Decor, Living, Media Writing, Movie Reviews, Music, Opinion, Pets, Radio Podcasts, Religion, Restaurant Reviews, Sports, Technology, travel, Uncategorized, Video Work, Writing (all kinds) on December 24, 2012 at 2:55 PM
Community Alert Toronto Police Service
Business Robbery Alert

42 Division would like to advise all our subscribers, especially our Business Community that there were two similar robberies over the past weekend where the robbers waited outside the business establishment at the end of the work day for the employee carrying what appeared to be a money bag and robbed them.

Please be reminded to remain vigilant in regards to your business location. Take a look outside often and if you see anything at all suspicious such as vehicles parked nearby with or without occupants or individuals hanging out or looking out of place in the area to please call the police immediately at 416 808-2222. If a crime is in progress or about to happen call 911.

When carrying cash do not make it obvious, conceal it in a knapsack or other carrier.
If possible do several money drops during the shift so as not to have the cash with you when leaving after work. Continue to monitor your surroundings until you are safely leaving in your vehicle and leaving the location.

Please have a Safe and Happy Holiday Season.

Gary Gomez
Police Constable # 6528
42 Division Crime Prevention
Toronto Police Service
416 808-4220
gary.gomez@torontopolice.on.ca

[TPS] – 9-1-1 poster and video campaign winners announced‏

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Toronto Police Service
News Release

9-1-1 poster and video campaign winners announced

Monday, December 10, 2012 – 6:30 PM
Communications Services
416-808-8899

Over 2,000,000 calls, both 9-1-1 and non-emergency 416-808-2222 calls, were placed to the Communications Call Centre in Toronto in 2011. That is a 7% increase in call volume since 2010. Of the over 2,000,000 calls made, 227,000 were placed to 9-1-1 directly. Read the rest of this entry »

[TPS] – Monday, November 5, 2012, “STEP UP and Be Safe” pedestrian campaign‏

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Toronto Police Service
News Release

Monday, November 5, 2012, “STEP UP and Be Safe” pedestrian campaign

Sunday, November 4, 2012 – 7:00 PM
Traffic Services
416-808-1900

The “STEP UP and Be Safe” pedestrian campaign will run from Monday, November 5, 2012 to Sunday, November 11, 2012.

“Traffic Safety” continues to be identified as a Toronto Police Service priority with an increased focus on pedestrian safety, especially seniors. Read the rest of this entry »

[TPS] – Media advisory, Operation Impact results Friday, October 5, 2012 – Monday, October 8, 2012‏

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Media advisory, Operation Impact results Friday, October 5, 2012 – Monday, October 8, 2012

Wednesday, October 10, 2012 – 4:04 PM
Traffic Services
416-808-1900

Traffic Safety continues to be identified as a priority for the Toronto Police Service. The 22nd annual ‘Operation Impact’ took place during the Thanksgiving weekend. It began on Friday, October 5, 2012 and ended Monday, October 8, 2012. Read the rest of this entry »

[TPS] – 9-1-1 PSA Campaign, “Take a Minute to Save a Minute”‏

In Beauty, book reviews, Business, Contact Information, Creative Writing, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Events, Health, Home Decor, Living, Media Writing, Technology, Writing (all kinds) on October 10, 2012 at 2:29 PM

9-1-1 PSA Campaign, “Take a Minute to Save a Minute”

Wednesday, October 10, 2012 – 2:25 PM
Communications Services
416-808-8899

This month’s 9-1-1 PSA campaign focuses on 9-1-1 misdials in the workplace.

If your business must dial “9” to access an outside line, we ask that you “Take a minute to save a minute”. Read the rest of this entry »

Toronto Police Services After School Program

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tps – yip after school – 27 sep

[TPS] – Operation: Keep It Moving Toronto initiative Zero tolerance for vehicles parked in no stopping zones‏

In Beauty, book reviews, Business, cars, Contact Information, Creative Writing, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Events, Health, Living, Media Writing, Movie Reviews, Music, Opinion, Radio Podcasts, Technology, travel, Video Work, Writing (all kinds) on September 18, 2012 at 3:00 AM
Toronto Police Service
News Release

Operation: Keep It Moving Toronto initiative Zero tolerance for vehicles parked in no stopping zones

Monday, September 17, 2012 – 1:30 PM
52 Division
416-808-5268

This truck was towed at 8:45 a.m. from University Avenue south of Dundas Street West in a no stopping zone. The expense for this particular truck amounted to a $600 drop fee + HST in addition to a $60 parking ticket.

Due to positive and effective results, “Operation: Keep It Moving Toronto” will be an ongoing initiative in the downtown core. Read the rest of this entry »

[TPS] – Let’s go to the Ex, Visit Communications Services while you’re there‏

In Beauty, book reviews, Business, Contact Information, Creative Writing, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Events, Health, Living, Media Writing, Movie Reviews, Music, Pets, Radio Podcasts, Restaurant Reviews, Sports, Technology, travel, Video Work, Writing (all kinds) on August 10, 2012 at 2:21 PM

Meet the Dispatchers at the Ex

 

Toronto Police Service
News Release

Let’s go to the Ex, Visit Communications Services while you’re there

Friday, August 10, 2012 – 2:10 PM
Communications Services
416-808-8800 Read the rest of this entry »

[TPS] – Road safety is everyone’s responsibility, but it begins with you‏

In Beauty, book reviews, Business, cars, Contact Information, Creative Writing, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Events, Health, Living, Media Writing, Technology, travel, Video Work, Writing (all kinds) on April 1, 2012 at 3:00 AM

Toronto Police Service
News Release

Road safety is everyone’s responsibility, but it begins with you

Wednesday, March 14, 2012 – 5:10 PM
Traffic Services
416-808-1900 Read the rest of this entry »

[TPS] – Distracted driving campaign results “Don’t Drive Distracted”

In Beauty, book reviews, Business, cars, Contact Information, Creative Writing, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Events, Health, Living, Media Writing, Technology, travel, Writing (all kinds) on March 1, 2012 at 3:00 AM

Toronto Police Service
News Release

Distracted driving campaign results “Don’t Drive Distracted”

Tuesday, February 21, 2012 – 3:11 PM
Traffic Services
416-808-1900

On Monday, February 13, 2012, the Toronto Police Service launched a one-week enforcement campaign, “Don’t Drive Distracted”. Read the rest of this entry »

[TPS] – Media advisory, Monday, February 13, 2012 to Sunday, February 19, 2012, “Don’t Drive Distracted”‏

In Beauty, book reviews, Business, cars, Contact Information, Creative Writing, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Events, Health, Living, Media Writing, Technology, travel, Writing (all kinds) on February 17, 2012 at 3:00 AM

Media advisory, Monday, February 13, 2012 to Sunday, February 19, 2012, “Don’t Drive Distracted”

Sunday, February 12, 2012 – 1:00 PM
Traffic Services
416-808-1900 Read the rest of this entry »

[TPS] – Take a minute and get to know your smartphone, Learn how to lock your device‏

In Beauty, book reviews, Business, Contact Information, Creative Writing, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Events, Health, Living, Media Writing, Movie Reviews, Music, Opinion, Radio Podcasts, Sports, Technology, travel, Video Work, Writing (all kinds) on February 12, 2012 at 3:00 AM

Toronto Police Service
News Release

Take a minute and get to know your smartphone, Learn how to lock your device

Thursday, February 9, 2012 – 2:00 PM
Communications Services
416-808-8899 Read the rest of this entry »

Hiring a Mover, some quick tips‏

In Beauty, book reviews, Business, cars, Contact Information, Creative Writing, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Events, Health, Living, Media Writing, Technology, travel, Writing (all kinds) on January 15, 2012 at 3:00 AM

Hiring a Mover, some quick tips

Moving can be a stressful experience no matter what the distance. With some careful planning and understanding of your consumer rights and responsibilities, you can avoid some of the common complaints. Read the rest of this entry »

[TPS] – Open House, Sunday, January 15, 2012, noon, 53 Division, 75 Eglinton Avenue West‏

In Beauty, book reviews, Business, cars, Contact Information, Creative Writing, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Events, Health, Living, Media Writing, Technology, travel, Writing (all kinds) on January 14, 2012 at 2:11 PM

Toronto Police Service
News Release

Open House, Sunday, January 15, 2012, noon, 53 Division, 75 Eglinton Avenue West

Saturday, January 14, 2012 – 6:00 AM
53 Division
416-808-5300 Read the rest of this entry »

[TPS] – 2011 Holiday R.I.D.E. program, Final update‏

In Beauty, book reviews, Business, cars, Contact Information, Creative Writing, Culture, Disability, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Events, Health, Living, Media Writing, Technology, travel, Writing (all kinds) on January 13, 2012 at 3:00 AM

Toronto Police Service
News Release

2011 Holiday R.I.D.E. program, Final update

Monday, January 9, 2012 – 2:14 PM
Traffic Services
416-808-1920 Read the rest of this entry »

[TPS] – Distracted driving, “Last Call: Whatever You Have To Say Can Wait”‏

In book reviews, Business, cars, Contact Information, Creative Writing, Culture, Disability, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Events, Health, Living, Media Writing, Technology, travel, Writing (all kinds) on January 8, 2012 at 3:00 AM

Toronto Police Service
News Release

Distracted driving, “Last Call: Whatever You Have To Say Can Wait”

Thursday, January 5, 2012 – 11:51 AM
Traffic Services
416-808-1900 Read the rest of this entry »

[TPS] – Media advisory, Wednesday, December 21, 2011, 10:30 a.m., Headquarters, media gallery, News conference Hold Up Squad requests public assistance with series of bank robberies‏

In Beauty, book reviews, Business, cars, Contact Information, Creative Writing, Culture, Disability, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Events, Living, Media Writing, Technology, travel, Writing (all kinds) on December 21, 2011 at 9:01 AM

Toronto Police Service
News Release

Media advisory, Wednesday, December 21, 2011, 10:30 a.m., Headquarters, media gallery, News conference Hold Up Squad requests public assistance with series of bank robberies Read the rest of this entry »

[TPS] – Media advisory, Wednesday, December 21, 2011, 10 a.m., Toronto North Collision Reporting Centre 113 Toryork Drive, “Come See the C.R.C.”‏

In Beauty, book reviews, Business, cars, Creative Writing, Culture, Disability, Education, Entertainment, Events, Health, Living, Media Writing, Technology, travel, Writing (all kinds) on December 21, 2011 at 8:59 AM

Toronto Police Service
News Release

Media advisory, Wednesday, December 21, 2011, 10 a.m., Toronto North Collision Reporting Centre 113 Toryork Drive, “Come See the C.R.C.” Read the rest of this entry »

TPS] – Media advisory, Tuesday, December 20, 2011, 11 a.m., Headquarters, 40 College Street, Chief Blair presents Victim Services Toronto with cheque for more than $111,000‏

In book reviews, Business, Contact Information, Creative Writing, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Events, Living, Media Writing, Technology, Writing (all kinds) on December 20, 2011 at 10:12 AM

Toronto Police Service
News Release

Media advisory, Tuesday, December 20, 2011, 11 a.m., Headquarters, 40 College Street, Chief Blair presents Victim Services Toronto with cheque for more than $111,000

Tuesday, December 20, 2011 – 8:45 AM
Corporate Communications
416-808-7100 Read the rest of this entry »

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