PDF version of the ‘At a glance’ for this report Why This Review Matters In a city with almost 3 million people, demand for police resources is high. Response times are increasing and the Toronto Police Service (TPS) must determine the most efficient and effective allocation and use of its front-line priority response unit (PRU) […]
Read the full report Purpose of this Overall Common Themes Report The purpose of this overall common themes report is to highlight key messages and themes common to both of these reports, which span the continuum of front-line policing: from the time when a member of the public calls 9-1-1 or the TPS non-emergency line […]
PDF version of the ‘At A Glance’ for this report Why This Audit Matters Toronto Police Service (TPS) operates the 9-1-1 Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) for the City. The PSAP is the first point of contact for those dialing 9-1-1 to receive emergency assistance from fire, ambulance, and police. It plays a crucial role […]
The purpose of this report is to provide the Audit Committee with the Toronto Police Service’s response to the Auditor General’s report entitled “Review of Court Services, Toronto Police Service.”
The purpose of this report is to provide the Audit Committee with a copy of the Review of Police Training, Opportunities for Improvement – Toronto Police Service, prepared by the Auditor General and a copy of the Toronto Police Service’s response to the Auditor General’s report.
At its meeting held on February 10, 2005, the Toronto Police Services Board was in receipt of a number of reports, written submissions and deputations pertaining to the Auditor General’s follow-up review of the October 1999 report on the review of investigations conducted by the Toronto Police Service with regard to sexual assaults. The purpose […]