Toronto temporarily adding frontline officers to curb rash of deadly shootings


    Toronto will add extra front-line officers throughout peak hours for gun violence for the rest of the summer season, the police chief and mayor introduced Wednesday. 

    Elevated assets can be devoted to patrols in the course of the hours of 7 p.m. and three a.m., the window throughout which most shootings happen within the metropolis. 

    The transfer is an element of a brand new “gun violence discount plan” that comes within the wake of a spate of high-profile and brazen shootings. 

    This system will start subsequent Friday and run city-wide for eight weeks. Operations can be “intelligence-led” and can concentrate on “main gamers when it comes to gun play” within the metropolis, Chief Mark Saunders mentioned. 

    Saunders mentioned there can be “steady and ongoing evaluations” all through the hassle to guarantee it’s being carried out successfully. 

    Extra to come



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