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Source: Toronto Police Service
Date: 2021-11-30 15:45:00
Time: 2 days ago

Update: Toronto Police Service Mandatory Vaccination Requirement

Effective today, November 30, 2021, members of the Toronto Police Service, both uniform and civilian, who have not disclosed their vaccination status or are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19, have rendered themselves unable to perform their duties and are being placed on an indefinite unpaid absence.

If and when members are fully vaccinated and have disclosed their updated vaccination status, they will be able to return to work.

Chief James Ramer said, “Our objective remains ensuring the health and safety of our members, our workplaces, and the public we serve.”

Currently, almost 98% of the 7,415 Toronto Police Service members have disclosed their vaccination status and 98% are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Members are continuing to update their vaccination status every day.

As of today, 205 members or 2.7% are being placed on an unpaid absence for being unvaccinated or for not disclosing their vaccination status – 117 are uniform members and 88 are civilian.

Chief James Ramer said, “As we do every day, the Service is prioritizing frontline and priority response to ensure public safety is not impacted during this period. I want to assure the public that the Service is doing its part to protect the communities we serve and thank our members who have been vaccinated.”

The Service’s vaccination requirement was developed pursuant to the Service’s authority under the Board’s Occupational Health and Safety Policy and in full consultation with the Board. Since its development, the Service has consulted with the Board on a regular basis on this important issue, providing the Board with timely updates and opportunity for meaningful dialogue.

The requirement is also consistent with the approach of the City of Toronto and its agencies, boards and commissions, and many public and private sector workplaces. It protects the health and safety of Service Members, as well as the members of the public with whom they interact on a regular basis and is consistent with Toronto Public Health advice. The Service will approach any requests for accommodation in a manner that complies with Ontario’s Human Rights Code.


For more news, visit TPSnews.ca


Source: Toronto Police Service
Date: 2021-11-30 15:45:00
Time: 2 days ago

Update: Toronto Police Service Mandatory Vaccination Requirement

Effective today, November 30, 2021, members of the Toronto Police Service, both uniform and civilian, who have not disclosed their vaccination status or are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19, have rendered themselves unable to perform their duties and are being placed on an indefinite unpaid absence.

If and when members are fully vaccinated and have disclosed their updated vaccination status, they will be able to return to work.

Chief James Ramer said, “Our objective remains ensuring the health and safety of our members, our workplaces, and the public we serve.”

Currently, almost 98% of the 7,415 Toronto Police Service members have disclosed their vaccination status and 98% are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Members are continuing to update their vaccination status every day.

As of today, 205 members or 2.7% are being placed on an unpaid absence for being unvaccinated or for not disclosing their vaccination status – 117 are uniform members and 88 are civilian.

Chief James Ramer said, “As we do every day, the Service is prioritizing frontline and priority response to ensure public safety is not impacted during this period. I want to assure the public that the Service is doing its part to protect the communities we serve and thank our members who have been vaccinated.”

The Service’s vaccination requirement was developed pursuant to the Service’s authority under the Board’s Occupational Health and Safety Policy and in full consultation with the Board. Since its development, the Service has consulted with the Board on a regular basis on this important issue, providing the Board with timely updates and opportunity for meaningful dialogue.

The requirement is also consistent with the approach of the City of Toronto and its agencies, boards and commissions, and many public and private sector workplaces. It protects the health and safety of Service Members, as well as the members of the public with whom they interact on a regular basis and is consistent with Toronto Public Health advice. The Service will approach any requests for accommodation in a manner that complies with Ontario’s Human Rights Code.


For more news, visit TPSnews.ca


Source: Toronto Police Service
Date: 2021-11-30 15:35:00
Time: 2 days ago

Missing woman, Sherbourne Street and Isabella Street area, Martiza Orozco, 48

The Toronto Police Service requests the public’s assistance locating a missing woman.

Martiza Orozco, 48, was last seen on Saturday, November 27, 2021, at 7 p.m., in the Sherbourne Street and Isabella Street area.

She is described as 4\'9", with a medium build, tanned complexion, long black hair, and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a red winter jacket, pants, and carrying a laptop bag.

Police are concerned for her safety.


Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-5100, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637), or Leave A Tip on Facebook. Download the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App on iTunes or Google Play.


A person can be reported missing at any time - there is no 24 hour waiting period. If you are concerned for someone’s immediate safety, call 9-1-1. Otherwise, you can report a person as missing to the Toronto Police Service by calling the non-emergency number 416-808-2222.


For more news, visit TPSnews.ca


Source: Toronto Police Service
Date: 2021-11-30 15:35:00
Time: 2 days ago

Missing woman, Sherbourne Street and Isabella Street area, Martiza Orozco, 48

The Toronto Police Service requests the public’s assistance locating a missing woman.

Martiza Orozco, 48, was last seen on Saturday, November 27, 2021, at 7 p.m., in the Sherbourne Street and Isabella Street area.

She is described as 4\'9", with a medium build, tanned complexion, long black hair, and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a red winter jacket, pants, and carrying a laptop bag.

Police are concerned for her safety.


Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-5100, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637), or Leave A Tip on Facebook. Download the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App on iTunes or Google Play.


A person can be reported missing at any time - there is no 24 hour waiting period. If you are concerned for someone’s immediate safety, call 9-1-1. Otherwise, you can report a person as missing to the Toronto Police Service by calling the non-emergency number 416-808-2222.


For more news, visit TPSnews.caMissing woman,
Martiza Orozco, 48

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