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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF TORONTOPOLICE
40.1% of torontopolice's followers are female and 59.9% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.80%. The average number of likes per post is 965 and the average number of comments is 24.
Torontopolice loves posting about Music, Moms.
Check torontopolice's audience demography. This analytics report shows torontopolice's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR TORONTOPOLICE
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF TORONTOPOLICE
- Entertainment 48.42 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 44.74 %
- Art & Design 38.53 %
- Fitness & Yoga 37.59 %
- Travel & Tourism 37.16 %
- Music 35.11 %
- Business & Careers 34.66 %
- Luxury Goods 34.64 %
- Cars & Motorbikes 34.11 %
- Beauty & Fashion 33.12 %
- Pets 32.85 %
- Books and Literature 32.75 %
At a stressful time for everyone, and especially for parents-in-waiting, one of our Toronto Police 52 Division constables helps guide the way to hospital for woman in labour. Read full story on the Toronto Police website by clicking link in our bio. #parents #newbaby #police #toronto
Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders addressed media at High Park Saturday April 11 advising no tolerance approach to enforcement of social distancing in areas of parks, off-leash dog parks, playgrounds, fitness stations, skateparks & congregating in groups/closed parking lots #COVIDtoronto #COVID19
Public Safety Alert, #Email #Extortion #Scam #Toronto Broadcast time: 14:30 Friday, April 10, 2020 Primary Report Intake, Management and Entry (PRIME) 416-808-2222 The Toronto Police Service would like to make the public aware of an email phishing scam which tries to extort money out of recipients. It is reported that: - an unknown person has sent a mass email to members of the public - the email includes the recipient's email password - the email states the sender is in possession of compromising or explicit photos and/or videos of the recipient - the email requests $1900 (or other amount) in bitcoin or the photos and video will be released to the recipient's friends - the majority of emails are being sent from an Outlook account to a Hotmail email address The Toronto Police would like to advise that emails of this nature are a phishing scam in a bid to extort money from the receiver. If, after receiving this email, you believe these photos/videos may exist please contact 416-808-2222 to report the incident. You can report the incident online with the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC) is the central agency in Canada that collects information and criminal intelligence on such matters as mass marketing fraud (i.e.: telemarketing), advance fee fraud, Internet fraud(Phishing scams) and identification theft complaints. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-2222, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, online on our Facebook Leave a Tip page, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637). Download the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App on iTunes or Google Play. For more news, visit TPSnews.ca. Connie Osborne, Corporate Communications, for Superintendent Hugh Ferguson, Priority Operations
Coordinated Social / Physical Distancing Long Weekend Enforcement Blitz, April 10 - 13, 2020 From April 10-13, 2020, the Toronto Police Service will continue with its enforcement efforts, in coordination with the City of Toronto, as it relates to compliance with social distancing in areas that include parks and park amenities such as off-leash dog parks, playgrounds, fitness stations, skateboard facilities, and congregating in groups and parking in closed lots. Two hundred Bylaw Enforcement Officers and 160 members of the Toronto Police Service, including Primary Response Units, Community Response Units (including Neighbourhood Community Officers), Mounted Unit and Marine Unit, will visit parks across the city. Based on complaints from the public and feedback from previous enforcement efforts, the following areas will be given special attention: - Bluffer's Park - Rosetta McClain Gardens - High Park - Humber Bay East - Christie Pits - Trinity Bellwoods - Woodbine Beach - Allan Gardens - Sunnybrook Park - Sherwood Park Parking Enforcement Officers will also be patrolling hotspots for those who continue to park in closed parking facilities. While we are encouraged by the compliance we are seeing and the responsible actions people are taking, we continue to see people not taking these measures seriously and not acting in compliance. Officers have various enforcement tools available to them, based on the circumstances, including tickets of up to $1,000. For more info on #COVID19 from Toronto Police click the link in our bio #covid19 #coronavirus #toronto
- Join us as we virtually share our support for those LGBTQ youth who are being bullied just for who they are - Every year, 64% of LGBTQ youth & 61% of youth with LGBTQ parents reported feeling unsafe - And, 1 in 4 LGBTQ youth attempt suicide - Just because we can’t be together, doesn’t mean we can’t show our strong unity for those who need us - So this year, share your favourite memory from past Days of Pink or show us what you’re doing right now #DayofPink #VirtualDayofPink #DayofPink2020
DaY of PiNK is Wednesday April 8, 2020 #NewProfilePic #DayofPink #DayofPink2020 #VirtualDayofPink #StopBullyingNOW
Toronto Police Service members & City of Toronto by-law officers continue to see non-compliance with government & public health orders. Tickets of $1,000 will be given to those who continue to make wrong decisions. Let’s get this right together for all us. #COVID19 #StayHome ^sm
Gathering in parks or squares with your friends is not social distancing, and it is against a new city by-law Please act responsibly and do your part to keep our city safe. Non-compliance with by-laws and government orders disregards the health of your family, friends and First Responders. #COVID19 #StayHome #FlattenTheCurve #StayHomeTO #Toronto
This weekend, more than 160 Toronto Police Service officers will be on horses, bikes and on-foot and working with City of Toronto - Your Local Government By-law officers to patrol our city parks and squares. Together we will educate the public and issue tickets for non-compliance if necessary. #COVID19 #StayHome #FlattenTheCurve #StayHomeTO #toronto
Update, Toronto Police Traffic Services to enhance discretion to on-street parking enforcement Broadcast time: 16:30 Wednesday, March 25, 2020 Parking Enforcement 416-808-6600 The Toronto Police Service Parking Enforcement continues to exercise discretion with regards to street parking enforcement to accommodate the changing needs of our city, particularly for those who are now working from home, caring for others, or trying to ensure the flow of goods and services during this challenging period. Effective immediately, the highest level of discretion will be applied to rush hour route enforcement. Only when an offence is having a significant negative impact on traffic flow in the immediate area will an infraction notice be issued. Also, the impounding of vehicles from rush hour routes will only be undertaken as a last resort. “We are committed to working with our community to offer flexibility while ensuring the free flow of traffic throughout our city. Over the last week, our officers have been using discretion where we are able to and engaging the public in those cases,” said Superintendent Scott Baptist, Traffic Services. He continued, “We ask the public to continue to respect traffic and parking rules as much as possible, out of respect for their neighbours and fellow community members and we will continue to do our part to facilitate safe streets for everyone.” While Parking Enforcement Officers will be doing what they can to exercise as much discretion as possible, it is important that everyone in our community understands we will tag and tow vehicles which are impeding traffic flow, when necessary. We are asking the public to continue to obey the rules that have always been in place. This adjustment is in addition to the suspension of enforcement, announced on March 18, 2020, with regards to: - On-Street Permit Parking Areas - On-Street Time Limit Offences such a 1, 2 and 3 Hour Parking - North York Winter Maintenance Bylaw - Expired Vehicle Validation License Plates - Boulevard Parking - School Zones with posted No Stopping/No Standing/No Parking Signage Meaghan Gray, Corporate Communications, for Superintendent Scott Baptist #covid19toronto
Children may be spending more time online. Here is an official Canadian website with excellent information on what you need to know about online child safety and reporting online child safety concerns to authorities: CyberTip.ca #covid19Canada #CoronaCrisis #onlinesafety #childsafety #canada #toronto #ontario #covid19 #covid19canada #CoronavirusToronto #coronavirus
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