The 22 Division Community Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) is made up of community volunteers and police service representatives from neighbourhoods across Central and South Etobicoke. Our committee is inclusive to reflect the demographics of the local community.
All of the 17 police divisions throughout the City of Toronto, including Traffic Services, have a CPLC to provide advice and assistance to the local unit commander and to work in partnership with local police officers towards improving safety and security in local communities.
For more information, please visit torontopolice.on.ca/community/ccc.php
Our mission is to create meaningful partnerships with our communities and the Toronto Police Service; through trust, transparency, understanding, and shared knowledge, to improve safety and security within our communities.
Our goal is to work together to in identifying, prioritizing and problem-solving local policing issues by being proactive in community relations, crime prevention, education, mobilization and communication, and acting as a resource to the police and the community.
We are actively engaged in efforts to enhance community safety. This requires encouraging residents to be forthcoming in providing information to the police and to promptly report crimes when they occur. Our involvement also includes participation in activities such as youth-oriented crime prevention projects, education and awareness.
About 22 Division
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).
The station is located at 3699 Bloor St. West. This is centred between Kipling and Islington Avenues. Public transportation provides easy access to the station. If arriving by subway, exit at the Islington subway station, cross Bloor St. West and the station is 250 metres west on Bloor.
The station has public parking and is wheelchair accessible.
For more information, please visit torontopolice.on.ca/d22/