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[TPS] – Chief Saunders launches How We Do It TPS website

In Writing (all kinds) on June 21, 2016 at 11:02 AM

Toronto Police Service
News Release

Chief Saunders launches How We Do It TPS website

Tuesday, June 21, 20168:59 AM
Office of the Chief
416-808-7100

Today, Chief Mark Saunders launched a new, innovative website called How We Do It TPS.

The website features short videos and photos that showcase the everyday work of Toronto Police Service members, including everything from high-risk responses and community outreach to responding to people in crisis. The men and women of the Service are having their story told.

By visiting this mobile-friendly site, HowWeDoitTPS.com, the public will stay up-to-date on the actions of Toronto Police members in a virtual and interactive way.

The website also features a running tally of gun seizures, arrests and calls-for-service. By learning about the Service’s day-to-day responsibilities, the public will get a clear picture of how we keep the city safe.

In addition, every Division of the Service has a How We Do It TPS photo board in its main lobby. These photos will be taken by members, of members, and will recognize the daily accomplishments of colleagues and community.

By sharing our successes, the campaign aims to instil a sense of pride in the Toronto Police Service, not just for members, but for community partners and the public.

Visit the website often or follow us at #HowWeDoitTPS for the latest video.

Please download the Toronto Police Service Mobile App for iOS or Android.

For more news, visit TPSnews.ca.

Meaghan Gray, Corporate Communications, for Chief Mark Saunders

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