This is how our Police cars look on the inside!!
|PC Randy is back at his walk with the kids!|
Thank you Officer Randall Arsenault for your service. It is much appreciated. Please follow him on twitter or instagram at @PCArsenault
15 years of service, and 15 years to go. I'm halfway there and time has gone by way too fast. I'm looking forward to the future, and there's exciting projects on the horizon which I'll reveal very shortly. For more community engagement, please follow me on Instagram or Twitter, @PCArsenault is my username for both. Thank you for everything!
Thank you for dropping this off. Very much appreciated:
Yesterday afternoon a gentleman dropped off this full size hockey bag with wheels, knowing we're heavily involved with skating programs across the city. We really appreciate it, and this will be given to someone who will appreciate it even more. Thank you!!
Message from Community Engagement Officer Randy Arsenault:
"This is the best Johnny Cash impersonation I got okay, cut me some slack. You do NOT want to spend New Years Eve here friends! Yes it's true, you get a roll of toilet paper for a pillow. Single ply though. Play safe, don't drink and drive, don't drink and fight!"
Ever see a 'Breathalyzer' up close? Let's hope this is as close as you get this New Years Eve. Traffic Enforcement officers like PC Parker here will be out and about making sure everyone gets to their destination safely, yet the responsibility also lies within ourselves. Be safe friends, we're all in this together!
43D Officers were at the Community Living Toronto Scarborough location yesterday. Back again for a second year of sharing some of the generous toy donations made by the folks here in Scarborough
43D Auxiliary year end party was held on Wednesday November 16th, 2015.
Officers from 43 Division had the privilege of serving lunch to Woodsworth Treadway Public School students at their annual Holiday Celebration – Pay it Forward Luncheon.
Our very own Community Engagement Officer Randy walking kids to school.