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Toronto police tap into power of social media to catch city’s most wanted criminals – CTV News


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Toronto police tap into power of social media to catch city's most wanted criminals
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Toronto police detectives are honing in on the power of social media to capture some of the city's most wanted criminals. Through a new pilot project, done in collaboration with Montreal-based non-profit Stephan Crétier Foundation, police want to ...

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Toronto police ‘Bolo’ program seeks tips on fugitives wanted for serious crimes

Toronto police are partnering with a charitable organization in an effort to bring some of Canada’s most-wanted to justice. Det. Sgt. Stacy Gallant says the Bolo — be on the lookout — program will concentrate on fugitives wanted for serious crimes. Link.

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Toronto police launch ‘Bolo’ pilot project to nab city’s most wanted … – Globalnews.ca


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Toronto police launch 'Bolo' pilot project to nab city's most wanted ...
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Police say the pilot project's aim is to make citizens more aware of outstanding suspects by using social media as well as poster and public awareness campaigns.

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Toronto police launch ‘Bolo’ pilot project to nab city’s most wanted criminals – Globalnews.ca


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Toronto police launch 'Bolo' pilot project to nab city's most wanted criminals
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Tommy Ngo, 22, is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for second-degree murder in the stabbing death of 23-year-old Russell Sahadeo at Noble Park in North York on Sept. 6, 2015. Police say they hope the program will help jog people's memories and lead them ...

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Toronto police partner with charity in effort to track down wanted fugitives

Toronto police are partnering with a charitable organization in an effort to bring some of Canada’s most-wanted to justice. Det. Sgt. Stacy Gallant says the Bolo — be on the lookout — program will concentrate on fugitives wanted for serious crimes. Link.

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New website asks public for help in finding Canada’s most wanted

Toronto police want people to help them catch Canada's most wanted suspects by scrolling through photos on a website, reading case summaries and reporting sightings of fugitives online. Det.-Sgt. Stacy Gallant, of the Toronto police, said police have set ... Link.

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Toronto police tap into power of social media to catch city’s most wanted criminals

Toronto police detectives are honing in on the power of social media to capture some of the city’s most wanted criminals ... Wayne Banks of the Toronto Police Fugitive Squad says the pilot project is a “win-win situation” for law enforcement and ... Link.

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