Jim Bremner, a 25-year veteran of the Toronto Police Service and former member of Toronto's Emergency Task Force, is pleased to announce the founding of the Canadian Tactical Officers Association (CTOA).
What does TPS stand for?
TPS stands for Toronto Police Service (Toronto, Canada)
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- ThroughPut Solutions (River Heights, UT)
- Ticks per Second (gaming)
- Tight Pants Syndrome (band)
- Time-Slot Processing System (Telco Systems)
- Tire Pressure Sensor
- TLAM Planning System
- Toilet Paper Sheet
- Toledo Public Schools (Ohio)
- Tom's Photo Shop (Hanson, KY)
- Tonbridge Philharmonic Society
- Torsonic Polarity Syndrome (South Park)
- Total Plant Solutions (Honeywell)
- Total Precipitation Sensor (meteorology)
- Total Pressure Sensor
- Total Protection Suite (software)
- Tough Plastic Sheath (wiring)
- Town Planning Scheme (various locations)
- Townsville Primary School (Singapore)
- Toyota Production System
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1 million from the Toronto Police Service, based on adjusting how incoming calls are handled, changing shift schedules, turning certain duties over to civilians, and consolidating dispatch desks.
The City of Toronto traditionally sets the bar for policing salaries across the province when its civilian-based Toronto Police Services Board negotiates the contract for the Toronto Police Service.
At the scene, Constable Hugh Smith of Toronto Police Services said the driver appeared disoriented when answering police questions.
The employers presented with the American Psychological Association's 2010 Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award were Leaders Bank (Illinois), Advanced Solutions (British Columbia), American Cast Iron Pipe Company (Alabama), Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare (Florida) and Toronto Police Service (Ontario).
amp;quot; The Toronto Police Service has confirmed they are not currently investigating the Serykh family's case.
These papers focus primarily on police wrongdoing and on how police frustrate and impede oversight, with cases drawn from the Toronto Police Service.
Jerome Wiley Responding in writing on behalf of the Toronto Police Service, Jerome F.