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News Releases

March 3, 2015
Sexual Assault Alert, Everest Zhuka, 29, charged with Sexual Assault, Police believe there may be more victims


March 3, 2015
22 Division's "Catch-22 Tuesday," John Scott, 25


March 1, 2015
Missing boy located, Dylan Dolman-Kencher, 14


March 1, 2015
Missing boy, Dylan Dolman-Kencher, 14


February 24, 2015
Cremated remains stolen during Break-and-Enter, Richland Crescent and Clumber Road


February 24, 2015
22 Division's "Catch-22 Tuesday," Artur Szczepankiewicz, 49


February 18, 2015
Missing man, Damian Nelepa, 27


February 17, 2015
22 Division's "Catch-22 Tuesday," Marcus Cumsille, 21


February 16, 2015
Public Safety Alert, Lost medication, Browns Line and Horner Avenue area


February 14, 2015
Fatal collision #5/2015, Royal York Road at Manitoba Street


February 12, 2015
Public Safety Alert, Lost Medication


February 10, 2015
22 Division's "Catch 22 Tuesday," Geraldine Billotte, 42



22 Division

3699 Bloor St. W., Toronto, ON , M9A 1A2
Phone: 416-808-2200
Fax: 416-808-2202
Unit Commander: Superintendent Shaun Narine
2nd in Charge: Inspector Gerry Cashman

Community Response Unit Manager:
Staff Sergeant Doug MacDonald, (416) 808-2213

Community Relations Officer:
Contact Crime Prevention Officer

Crime Prevention Officer:
Constable Michael Burgess, (416) 808-2251

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:

Our station is located at 3699 Bloor St. W. This is centred between Kipling and Islington Aves. Public transportation provides easy access to the station. If arriving by subway, exit at the Islington subway station, cross Bloor St. W. and the station is 250 metres west on Bloor.

The station has public parking and is wheelchair accessible.