MEMBERSHIP

Community Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) is made up of community volunteers and police service representatives from the 22 Division’s geographic area. The membership of the CPLC reflects the unique and diverse population served by 22 Division. Participants on committees include community representatives from different racial, cultural and linguistic groups, genders, age and socio-economic groups, social agencies, businesses, tenant associations, schools and places of worship.

Membership qualifications are listed below.

Present members and the constituencies they represent:

Executive Team:
Liz Porritt
Joshua Shymko
Jennifer Lau

Superintendent Shaun Narine, TPS Co-Chair
Staff Sergeant Doug MacDonald
Detective Sergeant Madelaine Tretter, Criminal Investigation
PC Michael Burgess, Community Officer

Areas Represented
Long Branch/Alderwood
Markland Wood Homeowners Association
Humber College
Etobicoke Rotary
Essex Group Condos
Martinvale & Communities/Industrial area South Dundas
Stonegate-Queensway
Liaison College
Lakeshore Area
Norseman Heights Area
Royal York/Edenbridge Area
Mimico Area
Youth CPLC
Community Standards & CORR Ratepayers
Islington Village
The Masters

22 Division Boundaries

· West-Etobicoke Limit, Lakeshore Blvd. W, Etobicoke Creek
· North-Eglinton Ave. W
· East-Humber River
· South-Etobicoke Shoreline

22 Division provides policing services to the central and southern area of the former city of Etobicoke, covering a total of 66.9 square kilometres, including that area previously policed by 21 Division. This is the western suburb of Toronto with a population of approximately 191,813 (Toronto Police Service Annual Report, 2000).

We are bounded by:

Membership qualifications:

To become a CPLC member, the applicant must demonstrate / complete the following:

  • be a proactive community member within 22 Division;
  • have an outlet to distribute information about public safety and community engagement initiatives (ie. community newsletter/e-letter, association bulletins, and/or social media);
  • be an advocate for the Toronto Police within their community;
  • attend 3 consecutive CPLC meetings;
  • complete the application* and have a successful CPIC check with Toronto Police.

Click HERE for more information on the roles and responsibilities of the CPLC - 22 DIVISION

* Please complete the application, and either email it or bring it to the June Meeting.