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Charity Involvement & Events

Hiking at Rouge Park Part of Outdoor Recreation Friday, November 3rd  Enjoy the beautiful fall colours and hike through the trails at this local National Park.  Open to UTSC students, staff and faculty.  Bus leaves the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre at 1:30 p.m. and returns by 5:00 p.m.  Register online at recreg.utoronto.ca (#47061) or in person at the TPASC registration desk.  Register by October 26th at 5:00 p.m.  Cost of $5 (plus HST)

Cops for Cancer

Police officers across the province provide a leadership role in organizing Cops for Cancer events by involving the community in other fundraising and cancer awareness activities. U of T Scarborough Campus Police began hosting annual local events in 1999. To date the UTSC Community has contributed over $ 50,000 to this worthy cause. Local Police Officers, Staff, Students and Faculty gather pledges from co-workers, friends and family to support this great cause. In 2010 the UTSC Campus Community Police resumed its Cops For Cancer campaign, setting a goal of raising $3,000 for this very worthwhile charity.  We are pleased to announce that we exceeding this goal by raising more than $5,000.     

For more information: Cops for Cancer PDF

Chum/City Christmas Wish Toy Drive

Each Christmas the UTSC Police collect new unwrapped toys in support of the CHUM City Christmas Wish toy drive. All collected toys are distributed to children throughout Toronto, in an attempt to ensure that every child will have a present to open at this festive time of year. A Collection box will be placed in the Police office foyer in early December and toys may be dropped off at the UTSC Campus Police & Parking Services Office SW 304 until the Friday before Christmas. Thanks to the generosity and assistance of the UTSC community, we were able to collect 220 toys in 2010, our 16th year of involvement.

First-Year Orientation

Campus police provides a presentation to incoming first year students during orientation providing them with crime prevention tips and to acquaint them with programs and service offered by the department. The orientation program is an opportunity for incoming students to learn more about the functions of the department through an up close and personal presentation conducted by an officer of the department.
 

Pancake Breakfast

Campus Police holds annual Pancake Breakfast providing an opportunity for Campus Police officers to meet with students and UTSC community informally.  This event is essentially to build bridges between Office of Campus Police and UTSC community along with communicating essential programs and services provided by us.