43 Division News
By Marylin Hodge
Posted April 2015
News from 43 Division, the Community Police Liaison Committee and the 43 Division Auxiliary Police Officers
- Break and Enters – Thanks to community residents in Peel, Durham and 43 Division, two young guys, who had broken into more than 30 cars, 10 of which were in 43 Division, were arrested. As a result of these two arrests, a lot of stolen property was recovered.
- An impaired driver was arrested, thanks to a citizen who called the police.
- A lot of street robberies of youth have taken place. Youth are encouraged not to walk and talk on their phones. By doing this, you could be a victim of a street robbery. Wait until you get to school or get home. If you have been a victim, please report it.
- Parking around Joseph Howe Sr. P.S. and William G. Davis Jr. P.S and other local schools continues to be a serious issue and is putting the lives of children and youth at risk.
- As of March 23, 2015 body cameras will be worn by officers at 43 Division. Training has already started.
- If someone comes to your door asking to check your furnace, your water heater, etc. and they won’t leave, call 911.
Please report suspicious behaviour. If you see something suspicious and believe it to be an emergency, call 911. If not, call 416-808-2222.
Check out P.C. Papadopoulos’ latest Tweets (@ P.C.Pappy) #pappystips on Twitter for crime prevention tips.
News from 43 Community Police Liaison Committee
Please mark Saturday, May 9, 2015 on your calendar. This is the date of the 43 Division Community Police Liaison Committee Community Picnic and Open House.
Please Note: The time of the Picnic and Open House has changed. It will be held from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm at the station.
If you wish to donate items for the Mother’s Day baskets to be given to the new mothers and babies at Rosalie Hall, they can be dropped off at 43 Division until April 25th.
Marilyn Hodge – Co-Chair, 43 CPLC