Legal Lines’s Antree Demakos, Ian Levine, and Andreas Levine were proud attendees earlier this year at the 2019 23rd Annual Chief of Police Dinner held at the Parkview Manor in Toronto. The annual event is held in support of Toronto Crime Stoppers, a non-profit volunteer organization providing an invaluable program focused on community safety.
The dinner is hosted by Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders, seen here with Antree Demakos.
Over 400 guests attend every year, including police chiefs and senior police leaders from across the province, professionals from all levels of government, and members of the business community.
ABOUT TORONTO CRIME STOPPERS
Toronto Crime Stoppers was founded in 1984. Receiving no government funding, it partners the police, the media and the community in a program that enables concerned members of the public to anonymously provide information on the identity of a criminal or incidents of criminal activity. Toronto Crime Stoppers forwards all Tips it receives to the appropriate police agency for investigation. Callers “are never required to give their name or testify in court and are eligible for a cash reward if their Tips lead to an arrest or a seizure of weapons, drugs or stolen property“.
The 2020 Chief of Police Dinner will be held Thursday, April 30th.