Youth in Policing Initiative - Toronto Police Service

Youth in Policing Initiative - Toronto Police Service YIPI promotes youth participation and exposure to the work environment through diverse, educational, and productive work assignments. The Youth in Policing Initiative is a partnership between the Ministry of Children, Community & Social Services, the Toronto Police Services Board and the Toronto Police Service to create a meaningful work experience for youth aged 15-18 years, who reside in priority neighbourhoods within the City of Toronto.

The aim of the Youth in Policing Initiative is to promote youth participation in and exposure to the work environment through diverse, educational, productive and community-focused work assignments. This program also enhances the link between the police and the neighbourhoods we serve. This initiative gives young people an opportunity to develop job skills while fostering positive community partne

The aim of the Youth in Policing Initiative is to promote youth participation in and exposure to the work environment through diverse, educational, productive and community-focused work assignments. This program also enhances the link between the police and the neighbourhoods we serve. This initiative gives young people an opportunity to develop job skills while fostering positive community partne

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BREAKING NEWS: Applications are now open for the 2022 SUMMER YIPI program! Apply online at torontopolice.on.ca/yipi/ Dea...
01/04/2022

BREAKING NEWS:

Applications are now open for the 2022 SUMMER YIPI program!

Apply online at
torontopolice.on.ca/yipi/

Deadline: Friday February 4, 2022
#YouthInPolicing #winter #youth #communitybuilding

12/24/2021

Happy Holidays From the 2021 Fall YIPIs. On behalf of the entire Youth in Policing Program we want to wish you and your families a safe and happy holidays!

#2021FallYIPI #Holidays #newyear

On  December 11, 2021, we said congratulations to our 63 YIPIs who participated in our 1st Virtual Fall After-school Pro...
12/13/2021

On December 11, 2021, we said congratulations to our 63 YIPIs who participated in our 1st Virtual Fall After-school Program. We wish you all the best on your future endeavours. You have all accomplished a lot in these 17 weeks and you are leaving this program more mature and enlightened.

As we come to the end of our program, we would like to give a huge recognition to the participating members of the Toronto Police Service and our community partners for their guidance and presentations.

Special thanks to ADM David Mitchell, His Worship Mayor John Tory, TPSB Chair Jim Hart, Chief of Police James Ramer and CPEU A/Inspector Brian Urkosky for their wise words of wisdom.

#youth #engagement #community #futureleaders #leadershipdevelopment

#THESEAREOURYIPIS #GetToKnowOurYIPIs #FALL2021 #TorontoPolice #YIPIS...#communityfirst #CPEU
12/10/2021

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Today the YIPIS participated in a leadership training facilitated by various renowned speakers. We want to thank the fol...
12/04/2021

Today the YIPIS participated in a leadership training facilitated by various renowned speakers. We want to thank the following speakers for taking time out of their Saturday to speak to us:
A/Inspector Brian Urkosky, Det. Marc Madramootoo, Miss Audrey Cambell and the Hon. Mary Anne Chambers. They all shared with us important ways that make us YIPIs, good leaders in our communities. We learned the importance of setting goals, because a dream without a goal will remain a dream unless that goal is set. From the traits of leaders, types of leadership, goal-setting, resilience and personal growth, we were enriched and inspired by their vast knowledge. We came away from this presentation well-informed about leadership, being a leader and stepping up when others do not. We sincerely thank you.

Topics Covered throughout the Day:
Traits of a Leader
Kuba
Positional Leadership
Setting Goals
Being Motivated
Resilience
Having Balance
Steps Towards Resilience
Personal Growth
Building Confidence

Today the YIPIS participated in a leadership training facilitated by various renowned speakers. We want to thank the following speakers for taking time out of their Saturday to speak to us:
A/Inspector Brian Urkosky, Det. Marc Madramootoo, Miss Audrey Cambell and the Hon. Mary Anne Chambers. They all shared with us important ways that make us YIPIs, good leaders in our communities. We learned the importance of setting goals, because a dream without a goal will remain a dream unless that goal is set. From the traits of leaders, types of leadership, goal-setting, resilience and personal growth, we were enriched and inspired by their vast knowledge. We came away from this presentation well-informed about leadership, being a leader and stepping up when others do not. We sincerely thank you.

Topics Covered throughout the Day:
Traits of a Leader
Kuba
Positional Leadership
Setting Goals
Being Motivated
Resilience
Having Balance
Steps Towards Resilience
Personal Growth
Building Confidence

We would like to thank Acting Inspector Brian Urkosky, Unit Commander of Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit,  fo...
12/04/2021

We would like to thank Acting Inspector Brian Urkosky, Unit Commander of Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit, for presenting an insightful presentation about how we as YIPI’s can become great leaders in our own community. We got educated on the good and bad traits of a leader, leading through adversity and the ways to communicate with others more effectively.

Topics covered during this presentation:

Traits of a leader
Resilience
Positional Leadership
Kuba
Types of questions
Continuing your journey as a leader

We would like to thank Acting Inspector Brian Urkosky, Unit Commander of Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit, for presenting an insightful presentation about how we as YIPI’s can become great leaders in our own community. We got educated on the good and bad traits of a leader, leading through adversity and the ways to communicate with others more effectively.

Topics covered during this presentation:

Traits of a leader
Resilience
Positional Leadership
Kuba
Types of questions
Continuing your journey as a leader

We would like to give appreciation and thanks to Detective Sergeant Marc Madramootoo, Co-ordinator of the Toronto Crime ...
12/04/2021

We would like to give appreciation and thanks to Detective Sergeant Marc Madramootoo, Co-ordinator of the Toronto Crime Stoppers Programand for his presentation. His motivational presentation inspired the YIPIs to strive for success even if we fail.

We learned about his path to becoming a police officer and the challenges he faced that shaped him into who he is today. 

Topics covered during this presentation:
Setting your Goals
Getting Motivated
Personal Experiences
Historical Impacts 
The Process of applying to a job
Keeping our records clean

We would like to give appreciation and thanks to Detective Sergeant Marc Madramootoo, Co-ordinator of the Toronto Crime Stoppers Programand for his presentation. His motivational presentation inspired the YIPIs to strive for success even if we fail.

We learned about his path to becoming a police officer and the challenges he faced that shaped him into who he is today. 

Topics covered during this presentation:
Setting your Goals
Getting Motivated
Personal Experiences
Historical Impacts 
The Process of applying to a job
Keeping our records clean

A huge thank you to Hon. Mary Anne Chambers, former Minister of the Children and Youth  Service for  her amazing leaders...
12/04/2021

A huge thank you to Hon. Mary Anne Chambers, former Minister of the Children and Youth Service for her amazing leadership presentation. Using our leadership experiences, she guided us through the processes of our fellow YIPI’s encounters and both what they could improve upon and what they succeeded in.

The use of our real-life experiences allowed us to become even more engaged with her.

We thank her for taking time out of her Saturday to speak to us!

Topics Covered During the Presentation:
Personal Growth
Real-life examples
Building Confidence
Motivational talk

A huge thank you to Hon. Mary Anne Chambers, former Minister of the Children and Youth Service for her amazing leadership presentation. Using our leadership experiences, she guided us through the processes of our fellow YIPI’s encounters and both what they could improve upon and what they succeeded in.

The use of our real-life experiences allowed us to become even more engaged with her.

We thank her for taking time out of her Saturday to speak to us!

Topics Covered During the Presentation:
Personal Growth
Real-life examples
Building Confidence
Motivational talk

We would like to thank Ms. Audrey Campbell for imparting her knowledge to us today about the importance of resilience an...
12/04/2021

We would like to thank Ms. Audrey Campbell for imparting her knowledge to us today about the importance of resilience and presenting the characteristics to act on it. It was insightful to learn about what goals to take and the plans you must set yourself in order to fulfill your desires. It was interesting to see the video showing a good example of what is real resilience. We are now educated on resilience and the characteristics and how to navigate whenever we go through tough situations.

Topics covered during the presentation:
Resilience - the importance, meaning of the word and the benefits

Characteristics of resilience- optimism, self control, willingness to adopt, problem solving and etc

Having a balance of the characteristics

Action plan - set goals, family support, believing in yourself, find a mentor and etc.

An example of resilience

The next step - steps you should take to show resilience

We would like to thank Ms. Audrey Campbell for imparting her knowledge to us today about the importance of resilience and presenting the characteristics to act on it. It was insightful to learn about what goals to take and the plans you must set yourself in order to fulfill your desires. It was interesting to see the video showing a good example of what is real resilience. We are now educated on resilience and the characteristics and how to navigate whenever we go through tough situations.

Topics covered during the presentation:
Resilience - the importance, meaning of the word and the benefits

Characteristics of resilience- optimism, self control, willingness to adopt, problem solving and etc

Having a balance of the characteristics

Action plan - set goals, family support, believing in yourself, find a mentor and etc.

An example of resilience

The next step - steps you should take to show resilience

Thank you Police Constable and Recruitment Officer Matt Romeral @tpsromeral for his wonderful presentation on the pathwa...
12/01/2021

Thank you Police Constable and Recruitment Officer Matt Romeral @tpsromeral for his wonderful presentation on the pathway to a career as a constable. His informative and insightful presentation allowed us to deconstruct myths we had about joining the police force and look into an overview of the entire hiring process! We exit his presentation with increased knowledge about the entire process!

Topics Covered during this presentation:
1. Misconceptions (Myths about requirements)
2. CSS- What are the Steps? (Stage 1,2,3)
3. TPS- Advancement Opportunities
4. Lay the foundations!
5. Lifestyle Choices (Nutrition, Fitness, R&R, Social)

The Youth in Policing Initiative would like to thank Philip Luca for presenting the different ways civilians can work at...
12/01/2021

The Youth in Policing Initiative would like to thank Philip Luca for presenting the different ways civilians can work at the Toronto Police Service. Thank you for illustrating the different opportunities and Co op placements while mentioning the requirements as well. It was informative to gain tips on how to excel in an interview by analyzing the interview structure. It was insightful to learn on how our YIPIs can optimize their resumes by using strategies such as accomplished statements. To contact Philip or the TPS all handles will be listed below.
TPS Contact Information:
Website: www.tps.ca/careers, [email protected]
Social Media Handle: @TPSRecruiting
Phone Number: 416-808-7150

How does one goes from being a pursuing a football career to becoming a police officer.  Well… this question and many mo...
12/01/2021

How does one goes from being a pursuing a football career to becoming a police officer. Well… this question and many more were answered by CPEU’s Black Liaison Officer; Constable Alphonso Carter, who is also a Chef! The students got to ask all their questions and concerns about the police field and even learnt how to get started. Thank you again for taking time to share your journey and answer the students questions! @tpscarter8

How does one goes from being a pursuing a football career to becoming a police officer. Well… this question and many more were answered by CPEU’s Black Liaison Officer; Constable Alphonso Carter, who is also a Chef! The students got to ask all their questions and concerns about the police field and even learnt how to get started. Thank you again for taking time to share your journey and answer the students questions! @tpscarter8

#THESEAREOURYIPIS #GetToKnowOurYIPIs #FALL2021 #TorontoPolice #YIPIS...#communityfirst #CPEU
11/24/2021

#THESEAREOURYIPIS
#GetToKnowOurYIPIs #FALL2021 #TorontoPolice #YIPIS

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#THESEAREOURYIPIS #GetToKnowOurYIPIs #FALL2021 #TorontoPolice #YIPIS...#communityfirst #CPEU
11/11/2021

#THESEAREOURYIPIS
#GetToKnowOurYIPIs #FALL2021 #TorontoPolice #YIPIS

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Thank you to Constable Tony Santeramo for his super informative, very realistic presentation on what ‘lockdown’ safety r...
11/02/2021

Thank you to Constable Tony Santeramo for his super informative, very realistic presentation on what ‘lockdown’ safety really means. His use of real-life examples and procedures helped us truly understand the dangers of an intruder in the school and methods of personal protection. The use of exits and trying to escape the building if necessary is allowed and using Our discretion if we are in danger, are some of the viable options in various situations.

His presentation included:
1. Threats to Schools
2. School Safety Procedures
3. Public Safety Procedures
4. How to Defend Ourselves
5. How We Can Help Others Around Us

Thank you to Constable Tony Santeramo for his super informative, very realistic presentation on what ‘lockdown’ safety really means. His use of real-life examples and procedures helped us truly understand the dangers of an intruder in the school and methods of personal protection. The use of exits and trying to escape the building if necessary is allowed and using Our discretion if we are in danger, are some of the viable options in various situations.

His presentation included:
1. Threats to Schools
2. School Safety Procedures
3. Public Safety Procedures
4. How to Defend Ourselves
5. How We Can Help Others Around Us

We would like to thank Ms. Chinelle Mcdonald,  @jobsearchto for presenting to our YIPIS the importance of job awareness ...
10/30/2021

We would like to thank Ms. Chinelle Mcdonald, @jobsearchto for presenting to our YIPIS the importance of job awareness and how to identify a job posting scam. It was insightful to learn the methods used to determine the qualities employees should exhibit in order to be suited for that job. We enjoyed learning about the experience she had in the YIPI program and how that helped determine her career pathway.

This presentation includes:
1. Job searching skills- salesperson and researcher
2. How to identify a job scam
3. How to verify a job posting/offer
4. Qualities to have for the job listing

Chinelle is former YIPI Program Assistant, a career counselor, board member for the Kiwanis Club of Toronto Caribbean and founder of JobSearchTO.

We’d like to thank the ‘best bearded’ officer in the force, Constable Dan Ramos! His informative presentation about the ...
10/27/2021

We’d like to thank the ‘best bearded’ officer in the force, Constable Dan Ramos! His informative presentation about the different types of scams and different forms of bullying kept us engaged and continuously thinking. This presentation allowed us to be more aware of the impacts and ways we can prevent both scams, and bullying if we see the signs. Topics covered in this presentation: - Different types of Scams (extortions, romance, investment, fraud) - Signs and effective measures, in order to prevent crime and scams - The importance of planning and being educated - Bullying (Cyber, Physical, Verbal, Social) - Boundaries and when to stop!

On behalf of the YIPIs, we would like to thank Detective Brian Smith for his intensive and insightful  presentation on p...
10/13/2021

On behalf of the YIPIs, we would like to thank Detective Brian Smith for his intensive and insightful presentation on police protocols relating to various scenarios. His presentation was very informative and engaging as it connected real-life examples to the current laws set in place. This presentation made us more aware of protocols and how they relate to our human rights!

We would like to thank Constable Paul Rowe @tpsprowe for giving our YIPIs an insight to the Toronto Mobile Crisis Interv...
10/12/2021

We would like to thank Constable Paul Rowe @tpsprowe for giving our YIPIs an insight to the Toronto Mobile Crisis Intervention Team (MCIT) @tps_mcit .

The Mobile Crisis Intervention Teams (MCITs) are collaborative partnerships between participating Toronto area hospitals and the Toronto Police Service (TPS) @torontopolice . The program partners a mental health nurse and a specially trained police officer to respond to situations involving individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. Coverage is now available throughout the City of Toronto.

They respond to situations involving individuals facing a mental health crisis.

Some of the main topics covered in his presentation includes:
- MCIT program objectives
-Enhanced service and level of care
- Program distribution

#policing #community #hospitals #partnerships #nurses #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness

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The Youth in Policing Initiative is a partnership between the Ministry of Children, Communities & Social Services, the Toronto Police Services Board and the Toronto Police Service to create a meaningful work experience for youth aged 15-18 years, who reside in priority neighbourhoods within the City of Toronto. The aim of the Youth in Policing Initiative is to promote youth participation in and exposure to the work environment through diverse, educational, productive and community-focused work assignments. This program also enhances the link between the police and the neighbourhoods we serve. This initiative gives young people an opportunity to develop job skills while fostering positive community partnerships. In order to be eligible for the program, youth: • Must be a student between the ages of 15 and 18 years; • Must not have any criminal charges pending before the court; • Must be a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident; • Must be legally eligible to work in Canada; • Must be attending school; and • Must not have previously participated in any YIPI program Additionally, youth must be permanent residents of one of the following neighbourhoods: • Malvern • Jane - Finch • Jamestown • Regent Park • Dorset Park • Steeles - L’Amoreaux • Weston – Mount Dennis • Lawrence Heights • Flemingdon Park - Victoria Village • Crescent Town • Eglinton East - Kennedy Park • Scarborough Village • Kingston - Galloway • South Parkdale • Westminster – Branson

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Youth in Policing Initiative - Toronto Police Service is now recruiting for their Summer 2020 program! 🚔 YIPI provides young Torontonian's with a one in a lifetime experience, opportunities to develop job skills as well as a positive and safe work environment. Apply at: http://www.torontopolice.on.ca/yipi/ #toronto #youthinpolicing #summerjobs
Say hello to our newest YIPI Youth in Policing Initiative - Toronto Police Service students! 👋 They will be working with us at 33 Division twice a week after school for the next few months. Yesterday they learned about our 33 Division CPLC Bursary Program and were excited to put their heads together to come up with some fundraising ideas. I have a feeling that they're going to come up with a great event that will bring students and police together for some fun and friendly competition!!! They opted for a fresh air break outside so they could get some pics with an ol' Crown Victoria scout before they are retired from the fleet. It was a bit difficult to see the flashing lights, but they sure enjoyed taking turns in the driver's seat! ^lh
I spent my day with the graduates of the Youth in Policing Initiative - Toronto Police Service at the Toronto Police College. If you would like to learn more about this incredible program please visit https://torontopolice.on.ca/yipi/
Congratulations to all graduates of this summer’s Youth in Policing Initiative - Toronto Police Service! This is an amazing program that allows youth to work with some of Toronto Police Service’s finest men and women in uniform to learn valuable skills to help them build a life of service to their communities.
Corporate Communications Youth in Policing Initiative - Toronto Police Service students have been busy creating some great graphics for Toronto Caribbean Carnival safety messages on our social media. Follow along Aug1-5, 2019 for a fun and safe weekend! #TorontoCarnival #Caribana2019 #Caribana #YiPi
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