43rd Division and Community Police Liaison


Community Police Liaison Marilyn Hodge with Police and Auxiliary Officers


May 2017


CPLC Open House

  • Crime Statistics

    • During one week in mid-April, 40 cars in a local building parking lot were broken into. Within 12 hours, arrests were made and 72 charges laid. While there are not many residential Break and Enters in 43 Division, more have been reported in commercial buildings and in the north end of the city.

      Fewer auto collisions have been reported on main streets, but more on side streets. Officers are seeing more distracted drivers and during the coming weeks they will target distracted drivers on Markham Road and on Lawrence Avenue to Highway 401. Older model cars are becoming a target of vehicle thefts, although not the more expensive cars.

      As the weather gets warmer, more robberies are expected and chain grabs will increase. Please keep your expensive jewelry out of sight when you are out and about, and remember to take off your headphones. Also, beware if you are buying or selling items on Kijiji: go to a public place to sell and/or pick up purchases


      News from 43 CPLC

      The 43 Division Community Picnic and Open House will be held on Saturday, May 27th, 2017 from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at 43 Division. Watch for the event the flyer soon on this website.

      Mother’s Day Baskets will be given to new moms and their babies at Rosalie Hall on Lawrence Avenue East. New items for mothers and babies can be dropped off at the front desk of 43 Division station from now until May 10th.


Marilyn Hodge – Co-Chair, 43 CPLC