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Mission Statement

We are dedicated to delivering police services, in partnership with our communities, to keep Toronto the best and safest place to be.

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Vision Statement

Our Service is committed to being a world leader in policing through excellence, innovation, continuous learning,
quality leadership and management.
We are committed to deliver police services, which are sensitive to the needs of the community, involving
collaborative partnerships and teamwork to overcome all challenges.
We take pride in what we do and measure our success by the satisfaction of our members and our communities.

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Core Values (8)

Honesty
Integrity
Fairness
Reliability
Respect
Teamwork
Positive Attitude
Freedom from Bias

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Honesty

We are truthful and open in our interactions with each other and with members of our communities.

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Integrity

We are honourable, trustworthy, and strive to do what is right.

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Fairness

We treat everyone in an impartial, equitable, sensitive and ethical manner.

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Reliability

We are conscientious, professional, responsible, and dependable in our dealings with each other and our
communities.

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Respect

We value ourselves, each other, and all members of our communities; showing understanding, and appreciation
for our similarities and differences.

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Teamwork

We work together within the Service and with members of our communities to achieve our goals, making use of
diverse skills, abilities, roles and views.

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Positive Attitude

We strive to bring positive and constructive influences to our dealings with each other and our communities

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Freedom from Bias

We respect and uphold the rights and freedoms of all individuals and ensure, in all of our interactions and in the
exercise of our discretion, we are not influenced by any prejudice or stereotype.

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Ethics

Ethics are the set of principles or standards of conduct governing the appropriate conduct for an individual or
group.

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What is the purpose for using the SELF test?

assessing the appropriateness of their conduct, or the conduct of others

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What does SELF stand for and mean?

Scrutiny
Will your decision withstand public scrutiny by the community, the Service, the Board and other relevant parties?
Ethical
Is your decision ethical and in compliance with the Standards, Board Policies, Service Procedures or other
Service Governance?
Lawful
Is your decision lawful having regard to statutes, regulations, Board Policies and Service Procedures?
Fair
Is your decision fair to the community, your colleagues, your family, yourself and others?