51D CPLC Community Hero Award

The 51 Division Community Police Liaison committee established the 51 Division CPLC Community Hero Award  in 2013 to recognize individual volunteer contribution, by those who live or work in 51 Division, towards the betterment of life in 51 Division through their dedication to community safety, security and well-being, crime reduction, altruism and leadership amongst their peers.  

*Please note CPLC 51 Division Committee Members are not eligible as they are already community heroes.

The award will be presented annually to one business or community member and two community youth.

The fill-able nomination form (using the free Acrobat Reader) can be found and downloaded from here.
The nomination criteria can be found here

Please submit completed forms and questions at the CPLC 51 Division monthly meeting

****2016 nominations will be accepted until April 25, 2016****



Toronto Police Service
News Release


Media advisory, Saturday, May 23, 2015, 1 p.m., 51 Division, 51 Parliament Street, 51 Division CPLC hosts Community Hero Awards

Saturday, May 23, 2015 - 5:59 AM
51 Division:  416-808-5100

On Saturday, May 23, 2015, at 1 p.m., at 51 Parliament Street, 51 Division's Community Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) will host the annual 51 Division Community Hero Awards.

The CPLC has established a new annual Community Hero Award to recognize individual volunteer contribution, by those who live or work in 51 Division, towards the betterment of life in 51 Division through their dedication to community safety, security and well-being, crime-reduction, altruism and leadership amongst their peers. The award is presented annually to business or community members and community youth. The winner for 2015 is awarded to one business partner and two youth.

Paintbox Catering and Bistro was founded as a unique social enterprise in the heart of Regent Park. Their social mission is training and career development for marginalized individuals by supporting local community members and groups. Paintbox Catering provide catering services and event management in Regent Park.

Trevlyn Anita Kennedy is a well-respected young lady within her community. She is an inspirational spoken-word artist who uses her talents to connect with youth within Regent Park. She volunteers her time working with youth and runs a group to engage young people in pro-social activities. She is an articulate advocate for the community who engages with police to make positive changes.

Shakayla Parris has come to learn her passion by getting involved in The Esplanade Youth Movement and is one of the most committed volunteers. She is spreading awareness on proactive positive policing throughout her peers and other youth in the community. Shakayla is often the first on scene during events and the last to leave. Her dedication and commitment goes far beyond any 14-year-old. She is known as the "go-to person," when there are problems and is looked up to by her peers.

The CPLC has been serving the Division since 1996. 51 Division is bounded by Bloor Street to the north, Queen's Quay to the south, Don Valley Parkway to the east and Yonge Street to the west. Comprised of community volunteers and Toronto Police Service members from within the Division, the CPLC represents those who live and work in 51 Division. Our mandate is to work together in identifying, prioritizing, and problem-solving local policing issues by being proactive in community relations, crime prevention, education, mobilization, and communications initiatives.

For further information, please contact Veronica Willoughby at 416-943-5833.

For more news, visit TPSnews.ca.

Constable Caroline de Kloet, Corporate Communications, for Sergeant Sin Chiu, 51 Division




 





Toronto Police Service
News Release


Media advisory, Saturday, May 25, 2013, 1 p.m., 51 Division, 51 Parliament Street, 51 Division CPLC hosts Community Hero Awards

Saturday, May 25, 2013 - 6:00 AM
Corporate Communications:  416-808-7100

On Saturday, May 25, 2013, at 1 p.m., at 51 Parliament Street, 51 Division’s Community Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) will host the annual 51 Division Community Hero Awards.

The CPLC has established a new annual Community Hero Award to recognize individual volunteer contribution, by those who live or work in 51 Division, towards the betterment of life in 51 Division through their dedication to community safety, security and well-being, crime-reduction, altruism and leadership amongst their peers. The award is presented annually to business or community members and community youth.

This year Biagio Vinci of Biagio Ristorante at 155 King Street East, who has opened his doors for the past fourteen years, each December, providing holiday lunches to the homeless will be a recipient.

The CPLC has been serving the Division since 1996. 51 Division is bounded by Bloor Street to the north, Queen's Quay to the south, Don Valley Parkway to the east and Yonge Street to the west. Comprised of community volunteers and Toronto Police Service members from within the Division, the CPLC represents those who live and work in 51 Division. Our mandate is to work together in identifying, prioritizing, and problem-solving local policing issues by being proactive in community relations, crime prevention, education, mobilization, and communications initiatives.

For further information, please contact Deb Devgan at 647-522-5045.

Constable Tony Vella, Corporate Communications





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