Category Archives: policing

graffiti

At a Jan 6 neighbourhood meeting, Police Inspector Heinz Kuck from 51 Division talked about graffiti.  Of the 7 major categories of graffiti, the most prevalent is “hip hop”, of which there are 3 types:  tagging (single colour, done in … Continue reading

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Cabbagetown South meets with Councillor McConnell

Councillor Pam McConnell and her assistant met for a full 2 hours on Oct 8, with approximately 15 residents who live in Cabbagetown South. (It seems that a strong, well organized residents association can have sufficient influence to warrant regular … Continue reading

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photo op – Regent Park garden

A local “photo opportunity” Aug 22 for our city councillor Pam McConnell (and also for the new boss at Police 51 Division, Superintendent Kimberley Greenwood): the unveiling of an attractively landscaped pie-shaped piece of land immediately north of the crosswalk … Continue reading

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Trefann withdraws from CPLC

After months of debate, discussion and recollection of fond memories, Trefann Court formally withdrew its membership from the Toronto Police 51 Division CPLC on June 16, 2008. This letter was both read out loud at the CPLC meeting, and handed … Continue reading

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Blair at next CPLC meeting

The 51 Division CPLC is hosting a Town Hall meeting at Lord Dufferin School: Monday March 19, 7pm, in the school auditorium (303 Berkeley, just north of Dundas). Chief William Blair will be the guest speaker.

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Community Police Liaison Committee

Ever wondered about the purpose of the CPLC? The Jan 2007 Bulletin contains this explanation authored by the CPLC’s new co-chair. (Additional CPLC information can be found on page 3 of this recent police newsletter).

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