Toronto Police Amend 11,12,14 & 31 Division Boundaries


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The Toronto Police Service would like to make the public aware of Divisional boundary changes involving 11, 12, 14 and 31 Divisions, effective Monday, September 26, 2011, at 6 a.m.

31 Division will continue to police the area bordered by the Humber River, the CNR tracks located east of Keele Street, and Steeles Avenue to the north, but will now only go as far south as Highway 401.

12 Division will take over policing the area between the Humber River and the CNR line, from Highway 401 as far south as St. Clair Avenue.

11 Division will now be responsible for policing the area south of St. Clair Avenue, from the Humber River in the west to the CNR tracks in the east.

From there, the boundary follows the CNR tracks, south to the CPR line, then east to Dufferin Street, south along Dufferin Street, south to Queen Street West, west along Queen Street West to Roncesvalles Avenue, where it turns south to Lake Ontario.

There will be no disruption to policing services as a result of these changes.

Inspector Scott Gilbert, 12 Division, said, “We wanted to take advantage of new police stations at 11 and 14 Divisions

Toronto Police have changed 11,12,14 & 31 division boundaries - changes to the boundaries between the divisions go into effect on Monday, September 26, 2011


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Central Field, 40 College St.


· 11 Division, 209 Mavety St.
· 12 Division, 200 Trethewey Dr.
· 13 Division, 1435 Eglinton Av. W.
· 14 Division, 150 Harrison St.
· 51 Division, 51 Parliament St.
· 52 Division, 255 Dundas St. W.
· 53 Division, 75 Eglinton Av. W.
· 54 Division, 41 Cranfield Rd.
· 55 Division, 101 Coxwell Av.


Area Field, 40 College St.


· 22 Division, 3699 Bloor St. W.
· 23 Division, 5230 Finch Av. W.
· 31 Division, 40 Norfinch Dr.
· 32 Division, 30 Ellerslie Av.
· 33 Division, 50 Upjohn Rd.
· 41 Division, 2222 Eglinton Av. E.
· 42 Division, 242 Milner Av. E.
· 43 Division, 4331 Lawrence Av. E


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