Toronto Police

Toronto Police Charge 670 Drivers During 7-Day Distracted Driving Blitz

Toronto Police have announced 670 drivers have been charged during their 7-day distracted driving campaign, which took place between January 14-20. According to the police, service officers used a variety of methods to catch distracted drivers, using bicycles, unmarked police vehicles, pick-up trucks, TTC buses, streetcars and foot patrol. In the end, nearly 700 drivers...

Toronto Police Launches New Distracted Driving Campaign

Today, the Toronto Police Traffic Services has launched their “That Text or Call Could End It All” campaign. The campaign will run from Monday, February 20 through Sunday, February 26, 2017. The goal of the safety campaign is to highlight the dangerous implications associated to distracted driving, which can be defined as any activity that...

Toronto Police Launches iOS App for Easier Crime Reporting

Toronto Police Service has launched a new iOS app that allows users to report crimes and get police information about crime prevention across the city, directly on their iPhones. According to The Star, the app will allow users to file certain police reports, get safety alerts, locate police stations, file traffic complaints, and receive notifications from...