51 Division

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News Releases

January 26, 2015
Man faces 20 charges in stabbing investigation, Carlton Street and Church Street area, Police appealing to witnesses

January 24, 2015
Missing woman located, Melissa Hooey, 29

January 24, 2015
Missing woman, Melissa Hooey, 29

January 21, 2015
Public Safety Alert, Stolen medication, Yonge Street and Carlton Street area

January 14, 2015
Homicide #54/2014, Wasfi Ghalban, 47, Update, security camera video and images released to identify Persons of Interest

January 14, 2015
Homicide #54/2014, Media advisory, Wednesday, January 14, 2015, 10:30 a.m. Headquarters, media gallery, News conference, Security camera video released

January 13, 2015
Homicide #1/2015, Brent Gartner, 51, Update, Man charged with Second-Degree Murder, Roderick McIntosh, 67

January 11, 2015
Homicide #1/2015, Brent Gartner, 51, Man in custody

January 9, 2015
Police request assistance with Attempt Murder investigation, 55 Colborne Street

January 8, 2015
Missing man located, Omar Rojas, 66

January 7, 2015
Missing man, Omar Rojas, 66

January 2, 2015
Police request assistance with Sexual Assault investigation, Dundas Street East and Sherbourne Street area

January 2, 2015
Police request assistance with shooting investigation, Church Street and Colborne Street

51 Division

51 Parliament St., Toronto, ON , M5A 2Y5
Phone: 416-808-5100
Fax: 416-808-5102
Unit Commander: Superintendent Elizabeth Byrnes
2nd in Charge: Inspector Robert Johnson

Community Response Unit Manager:
Staff Sergeant Peter Troup, (416) 808-5152

Community Relations Officer:
Constable Peter Cullingford, (416) 808-5125

Crime Prevention Officer:
Constable Lynne Robertson, (416) 808-5187

Division Boundaries:
· West-Yonge St., Dundas Sq., Victoria St., Dundas St. E, Yonge St.
· North-Bloor St. E, Prince Edward Viaduct
· East-Don River, Lakeshore Blvd. E, Don Roadway
· South-Toronto shoreline

51 Division is open 24 hours a day. Limited parking is available in a civilian parking lot off of Parliament St.
The TTC provides public transportation which can be used to reach the Division.
By subway, exit at the King subway stop. Go to street level and take the King streetcar eastbound. Exit at Parliament St., stop, and walk 1 block south.
The Division is located on the northeast corner of Parliament and Front St.