Message from the Youth In Policing Administrative Team:
It’s that time again! We are currently recruiting for our 2016 Youth In Policing FALL Program. Attached is a copy of the current job ad for you to distribute to your students. Students can find more information and the application by going online at www.torontopolice.on.ca/yipi.
In order to spread awareness about the program we do provide presentations during high school assemblies, set up lunch and learns and present to various community groups.
Please let us know if this is something you are interested in. Keep in mind the deadline is Monday May 2nd, 2016.
Following is some general information about our programs:
The Youth in Policing is a joint partnership between the Toronto Police Service, the Toronto Police Service Board and the Ministry of Children and Youth Services. The program is a paid position and employs students between the ages of 15-18 years within priority identified neighbourhoods.
The youth work within our various units and divisions. While at work youth have the opportunity to see daily police operations from an internal perspective, interact with police officers on a personal level and gain hands on job experience. Students are also taken on tours to various police facilities, namely the Marine Unit, Mounted Unit, The Police Dog Services etc.
There are three Youth in Policing Programs that run throughout the year; summer, fall and winter. The programs run as follows:
- Summer Program – July to August
- Fall Program – September to December
- Winter Program – January to April
The Summer Program runs throughout the summer months during the day from Monday – Friday and students work a 35 hour week. The Fall and Winter Programs are part-time after-school programs that include evenings and some weekend work and students work 6 hours per week.
Click here for more details: Job Ad 2016- Fall Program
Metrolinx will be completing some minor overnight work on utilities under the rail corridor between Bloor Street West and Denison Road. The work will begin April 11 and last until the end of the month. The work will take place from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Metrolinx can only complete this work when there is minimal train activity.
This work is not expected to be noisy and lights will be directed towards the manholes on the rail corridor, away from homes. We don’t expect the work to last in any one area for a long duration.
Please share with your Neighbours:
Community Information Meeting – Pre-Application Meeting for 57 Brock Avenue
The developer of 57 Brock Avenue, Block Developments, will be holding a pre-application meeting to discuss their proposed plans for this site.
The meeting will be held on Thursday, April 21st, 6:30-8:30 PM, at the Parkdale Library Auditorium, 1303 Queen St W.
The developer is proposing a 7 storey residential condominium. Details will be available at the community meeting. Councillor Perks and City Planning staff will be in attendance. If you are unable to attend the meeting and are interested in providing comment and/or receiving more detailed information, please email our office at email@example.com.
This weekend subway service will be suspended between Jane and Christie stations. More than 40 shuttle buses will operate in place of the subway, on Bloor between Bathurst and Jane, stopping at all major station intersections. To assist travel times of all vehicles on Bloor Street this weekend, parking restrictions between Bathurst and Jane streets (both sides of Bloor to maintain 2 lanes of traffic in each direction) will be in effect from 3:30 a.m. on Saturday to 12:01 a.m. on Monday. Regular subway service resumes on Monday, April 11 at 6 a.m.
This subway closure between Jane and Christie is also currently scheduled for May 7/8. More details will be provided closer to the date.
3 Files have been attached for your reference.
- A general subway closure notice listing the type of work and any community impacts (in this case, work in the open-cut areas (Dundas West and Keele) and subway fan noise).
- A parking restriction notice explaining why they are required this weekend (and May 7/8) – to reduce congestion and improve travel times on Bloor for all road users.
- A TTC News Release regarding this scheduled subway closure.