In 1998 the Canadian Government officially proclaimed the last Sunday of September of every year as Police and Peace Officers’ National Memorial Day. This year Cst. Chojecki and Katranis attended Ottawa, Ontario on behalf of the Transit Enforcement Unit.
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In 1831, the British Parliament passed “An act for amending the laws relative to the appointment of Special Constables, and for the better preservation of the Police.” This act created the basis for appointing special constables within our British system of government and allowed for their appointment during times of unrest, if the regular police force was too small in a particular area or required more assistance.
In Ontario, most special constable agencies were not created until the early 1900’s. The first campus constable: J.P. Christie, began work for the University of Toronto in 1904. In 1967 the special constables of the University of Guelph Campus Police were started, followed in 1988 the Government of Ontario (GO) Transit/Metrolinks Transit Special Constables, and in 2000 the Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC) special constables.
The application will help customers get help where and when they need it. Customers can expect an almost near immediate response from the TTC Transit Control Centre.
The application is monitored by a sworn TTC Constable and a Transit Control dispatcher 24 hours a day.
Constable Dave Weatherbee, said farewell to his co-workers in the Transit Enforcement Unit on June 24th 2017. Dave retired after a flawless 20 years of service with TTC. He also served several years with the now defunct Toronto Harbour Police and CP Railroad Police. Thank you Dave and enjoy your retirement!
TTC Constables James Bingham and Maciej Chojecki are awarded Community Member Awards for assisting Toronto Police Members apprehend and disarm an armed robbery suspect.
Cooperation key to making TTC the Safer Way for everybody, says CUPE 5089 president
Constable Phynix Lake 30018 Retires after more than 27 years of service.
Constables Max Axmith and Trevor Timbrell received Exceptional assistance awards which were handed out by Toronto Emergency Medical Services (EMS) on May 2. They were honoured for providing CPR and life-saving medical care.