32 Division

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News Releases

April 16, 2014
Missing man located, Jun Yi Lin, 21


April 15, 2014
Missing man, Jun Yi Lin, 21


April 10, 2014
Police investigate shooting in Yonge Street/Deloraine Avenue area, Update, Arrest in Homicide #6/2014, Thanh Tung Phan, 27, charged with First-Degree Murder


April 9, 2014
Four people stabbed in office building, Chuang Li, 47, arrested, Faces 11 charges


April 9, 2014
Police request assistance with Personal Injury collision #10/2014 Steeles Avenue West at Torresdale Avenue


March 31, 2014
Homicide #15/2013, Michael Nguyen, 23, Update on investigation, Photograph of vehicle of interest also released


March 31, 2014
Homicide #15/2013, Michael Nguyen, 23, Media advisory, Monday, March 31, 2014, 11 a.m., Headquarters, media gallery, Update on investigation, Update, News conference moved to Monday, March 31, 2014, 1 p.m.


March 31, 2014
Homicide #15/2013, Michael Nguyen, 23, Media advisory, Monday, March 31, 2014, 11 a.m., Headquarters, media gallery, Update on investigation


March 30, 2014
Homicide #15/2013, Michael Nguyen, 23, Media advisory, Monday, March 31, 2014, 11 a.m., Headquarters, media gallery, Update on investigation


March 25, 2014
Man wanted in Attempt Murder investigation, Wilson Avenue and Dufferin Street



32 Division

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30 Ellerslie Av., Toronto, ON , M2N 1X8
Phone: 416-808-3200
Fax: 416-808-3202
Unit Commander: Superintendent Selwyn Fernandes
2nd in Charge: Inspector Timothy Crone

Community Response Unit Manager:
Staff Sergeant Christopher Nolan, (416) 808-3232

Community Relations Officer:
Constable John Sconza, (416) 808-3208

Crime Prevention Officer:
Constable Wayne Peirce, (416) 808-3256

Division Boundaries:
· West-Canadian National Railway line
· North-Steeles Ave. W/Steeles Ave. E
· East-Bayview Ave.
· South-Lawrence Ave. E/Lawrence Ave. W

32 Division is the municipal police station responsible for general policing services in the central-northern suburb of Toronto. This site contains information which is specific to the area of the city which is policed by 32 Division, although it also contains crime prevention and community policing information which you may find helpful.

Our jurisdiction covers a total area of 62.6 square kilometres and is home to about 180,000 permanent residents. In addition to a broad range of residential and commercial neighbourhoods, our jurisdiction also covers the North York "Uptown" business district which includes the famous Toronto Centre for the Performing Arts.

32 Division is located at 30 Ellerslie Ave. in Toronto. Ellerslie Ave. runs west from Yonge St. about 1 km north of Sheppard Ave. and 1km south of Finch Ave. The station is located about 100m west of Yonge Street, on the northwest corner of Ellerslie Ave. and Canterbury Place.

If arriving by car, there is only on-street parking - on the east side of Canterbury Pl. north of Ellerslie Ave., across the street from the station. There is no parkin on the station property.

Public transportation also provides easy, direct access to the station. If arriving by subway, exit at the North York Centre station of the Yonge-University line, and walk north for approximately five minutes. If arriving by bus, take the Yonge St. bus (which runs 24 hours a day), and exit at the Ellerslie Ave. stop, for the south-bound bus, or the Norton Ave. stop for the north-bound bus.

Policing the areas that border with 32 Division are:

Parking at 32 Division

There is no public parking available or permitted on the property. Visitor parking is located on the north and south sides of Ellerslie Ave. immediately west of Yonge Street only. These locations are both equipped with "Pay-and-Display" parking receipt machines which must be used. Both sides of Canterbury Place in front of the station are "No Stopping" zones. Please do not park there even momentarily as you risk receiving a $60 parking ticket. Canterbury Place is a No Stopping zone to facilitate the movements of ambulances and fire trucks leaving the station next door.