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Detective Brian Smith 11h
24 hrs b4 our registration portal OPENS for the Spring Session of the 50+ hrs of Police Training spread over 9 Saturday’s. Open to anyone 16 & older.... Knowledge & understanding! Register Here:
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311 Toronto 12h
Have your say on noise bylaws for power equipment (e.g. leaf blowers and restrictions on time of use). Attend public consultation on Jan 28 (6-8 p.m.) at North York Civic Centre Member's Lounge. More info:
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TPS Traffic Services 12h
. A lot happens in just seconds when driving. divides attention and increases many times over the chance you will crash or injure someone. for distracted drivers ^bm
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Catalin Dorobantu 17h
Impaired DRIVER ARRESTED in after colliding w/ another vehicle & registering a FAIL on the breathalyzer test. Drinking & driving should never happen...then you add bad weather to that mix...
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TPS Traffic Services 12h
Collisions will happen, especially in winter weather. If you are involved in a minor one, expect to be told to attend a collision reporting centre or to “steer it to clear it” out of the way. Here is some info: ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services 12h
Day 7 of Zero Tolerance Campaign. Tkx 4 all the engagement. We have been reading & listening to your comments. Q: How can I used my hand held device (phone) in my vehicle? ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services 12h
, last day, of the Zero Tolerance Campaign. Tkx 4 all the engagement. We have been reading and listening to your comments. This 1 came up. Q: can I use my GPS in my vehicle? ^bm
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TO Winter Operations 12h
Local road plowing will continue throughout the day. Where possible, don’t park vehicles on the street. This prevents our plows from pushing snow to the curb and increases cleanup costs.
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Sgt.Chris McCann 24h
A little Canadian weather couldn’t change the enthusiastic crowd from participating in today’s Our team were happy to escort them safely through the streets of Toronto.
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Toronto Collision Reporting Centres 24h
It amazing how many driver's dont slow down and drive according to weather and road conditions. Plan ahead drive safe.^sb
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Katrina Arrogante 23h
Please take extra precaution when it comes to in the .
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Catalin Dorobantu 20h
If you have to drive tonight, pls be careful as the roads are covered in snow & it's -28C. In cold temp tires (especially not winters) loose grip as the rubber hardens. Also, do clean ur car properly of snow b4 driving off. It's a safety issue & against the law.
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Toronto Police OPS 20h
Missing: Jean Oakley, 61 -last seen on Sat, Jan 19, 4pm, Eglinton Ave E/ Mt. Pleasant Rd -wearing a grey coat with white and purple running shoes anyone with info, pls call 4168085300 ^ka
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Scott Matthews Jan 17
We are currently investigating a fail to remain pedestrian struck at Danforth Road and Patterson Avenue. We are looking for a dark coloured SUV. If anyone has information or video of the incident please call us at (416)808-1900 or Crime Stoppers
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Paul MacIntyre 23h
3/3...Often, one of the suspect(s) is a female passenger. Pls, discuss this ruse with adults-- especially seniors-- so there's greater awareness. Licence plates & good descriptions are helpful
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Paul MacIntyre 23h
Replying to @TorontoPolice
2/3 ...unsuspecting victims before driving away. In some cases, they offer a cheap chain as a "thanks", and remove the victim's expensive chain. In a few cases, there have been injuries.
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Paul MacIntyre 23h
1/3 Our city and neighboring jurisdictions have seen a number of "distraction thefts" recently, where suspects in a car approach ppl -often older adults- and ask directions to a local hospital, church etc. During or after the conversation, the suspects remove jewelry from the ..
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TPS Traffic Services Jan 19
is a public and community safety issue that can improve IF drivers change. Answer honestly, do you normally reach for the phone if it goes off and you are driving? What can you do differently to prevent this? on our roads? ^bm
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Ray & Ed Jan 19
13 Division Neighbourhood officers assisting with project winter survival
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TPS Traffic Services Jan 19
When the snow flies we see line ups at our locations. A few tips about winter driving: 1️⃣Don’t do it if possible 2️⃣make sure you and your vehicle is ready to go (snow free/lots of gas) 3️⃣leave more time 4️⃣the best trick is to way down to allow time to react. ^bm
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