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Toronto - To expand the opportunities for community input, the Toronto Police Service has initiated online polling on the Service’s website.  Every two weeks, questions will be posted on various policing issues and the results published at the end of the period. Results from previous polls are also available.
Toronto - Over the past two weeks, a group of seven or more youths have been committing swarming type robberies in the areas of Bloor Street West/Dufferin Street and Bloor Street West/Christie Street.
Toronto -  On Saturday, September 15, 2007 and Saturday, September 22, 2007, the Toronto Police Service will be hosting its Community Mobilization Workshop in the second−floor auditorium at police headquarters.
Toronto - The Toronto Police Service wants to alert the public about recent late−night robberies in Winston Churchill Park in the Spadina Avenue/St. Clair Avenue West area.

Drowning at Bluffer's Park

Toronto - On Wednesday, August 22, 2007, at 3:50 p.m., police were called to Bluffer's Park for a drowning.  Officers arrived and located a 16-year-old boy in Lake OntarioThe victim was pronounced dead at the scene.
Toronto - The Toronto Police Service would like to alert the public to a number of swarming-type robberies in and around the Ellesmere Road/Scarborough Golf Club Road area.
Toronto - The Toronto Strategic Partnership has charged Joseph Paul, 47 of Toronto for allegedly operating a lottery/inheritance scam targeting U.S. citizens.  To date, the loss to U.S. citizens is over $200,000 and it anticipated that there will be more victims.
Toronto - Between mid−July and August 2007, a series of swarming robberies occurred within 13, 14, 53, and 55 Divisions.  A total of 198 charges have been laid again 14 young offenders, who cannot be named under the Youth Criminal Justice Act.

Literacy equals crime prevention

Toronto - September is National Literacy Month and the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) is targeting crime with literacy. Raising literacy rates in the community contributes to reducing crime and lowering re−offending.
Toronto - On Wednesday, September 19, 2007, at 1:06 p.m., a 66 year old Toronto Police Service crossing guard was struck by a vehicle in the intersection of St. Clair Avenue East and Avoca Avenue.

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