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Report of the Toronto Police Service community summit : Rallying Toronto Against Violence : In Search of Community-Based Solutions.

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Canadian Policing Research



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Rallying Toronto Against Violence : In Search of Community-Based Solutions




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"April 2004"--Cover.


"The problem of violence in Toronto’s streets and public places has many roots. It is complex and multi-faceted, and requires positive, committed action if it is to be solved. Through Rallying Toronto Against Violence: In Search of Community-Based Solutions, the people who live and work in the City of Toronto have made several important steps toward solutions to this problem, which threatens not only the safety of Toronto’s citizens, but also their sense of security and quality of life."--Conclusion.


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Toronto Police Service mission statement and core values -- Introduction and background -- Group One: Gang culture -- Group Two: Gun violence -- Group Three: Immediate community-based solutions -- Group Four: Addressing underlying causes -- Group Five: The justice system -- Future actions -- Conclusion -- Appendix: List of persons responsible for actions.

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