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Sgt Brett Moore ^bm, & Sgt Murray Campbell ^mc are Traffic Services MRO's.This account is not monitored 24/7.Call 911 in an emergency.
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TPS Traffic Services 10h
Thanks to our officers for their continued support for this very popular community program ^bm
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Giancarlo Marrelli 12h
We are off to a great start at our . Thank you again to our helpers educating the soon to be parents! If you missed this one please keep checking for our next one!
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TPS Traffic Services Sep 14
Police release new suspect vehicle information in fatal Scarborough hit-and-run ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services Sep 14
Police urge dealerships, body shops to look out for vehicle in fatal Scarborough hit-and-run ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services Sep 14
Police seeking public’s help in locating suspect vehicle in fatal collision with pedestrian via
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TPS Traffic Services Sep 14
. investigators have new details about suspect vehicle. Keep this case in your conversations. If you have any details call us ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services Sep 13
happens at any hour. Around 6pm near Keele/Finch ppl called 911 to report a minor collision. officers attend and one driver found over legal limit. Arrested and Vehicle impounded. Always call #911 if you suspect someone is driving impaired ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services Sep 13
Eye lead is critical to seeing and anticipating things happening. 5 seconds before this light cycle changes. Did these drivers anticipate the traffic ahead stopping and leave space to clear the intersection and crosswalk? ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services Sep 13
continues. Officers from patrolling in the core for drives not following basic rules. These 2 drove thru the posted signs at King/Yonge ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services Sep 13
Wayne’s productivity and performance will be easy to measure. ^bm
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Giancarlo Marrelli Sep 13
This weekend's is fully booked again! Looking forward to educating soon to be, new, and experienced parents on child seat safety. Thank you to our volunteers for making this possible! If you missed us this time please check for our next one.
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Andrew Sep 12
Enforcement is needed definitely day and night. This truck was blocking the whole intersection for at least two cycles at rush hour. was on the spot and pulled him over!
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TPS Traffic Services Sep 12
100% correct. Our parking officers do an often thankless job that is critical to keeping the arteries of our transportation system moving. The best tool they have (not issued) is the ability to talk / reason with people - often already upset ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services Sep 12
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TPS Traffic Services Sep 12
enforcement of prohibited 🚫 through movement of vehicles at King/Yonge. Lots following clearly posted signs. A few are not ^bm eyes on the road and aware of signs and surroundings ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services Sep 12
. enforcement continues. officers are focused on speed, distractions, aggressive and impaired drivers. If you have these bad habits, hope to see you soon ^bm
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Giancarlo Marrelli Sep 12
Due to popular demand we have opened up another bay! Visit before it's too late.... again!
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TPS Traffic Services Sep 12
Always working to learn and grow. Community engagement and involvement in all aspects of policing benefits us all ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services Sep 12
Give these operators and vehicles space. Thanks informing about the route ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services Sep 11
Looking east on King at Portland. Most drivers observing the posted signs. Only a few not. officers from out conducting enforcement focusing on priority offences. ^bm
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