Monday, January 7, 2019


   In the wake of a tumultuous year marred by unprecedented violence and growing frustration among the city’s frontline cops, the Toronto Police Service faces some difficult issues in 2019.
    Some of those issues — such as short staffing and declining morale — will likely come to a head in coming months as the Toronto Police Association and Toronto Police Services Board sit down to hammer out a new contract for the 4,800 uniformed officers and 2,500 civilians employed by the service.
   “Morale is lower than it’s ever been…our members are fed up,” TPA President Mike McCormack told the Sun recently, explaining his members’ contract expired at the end of 2018 and negotiations for a new deal are set to begin this month.

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