CPLC Scholarship

The CPLC Mandate is:

  • To establish and maintain meaningful Community Police partnerships with local organizations, residents and youth
  • To be proactive in community relations and crime prevention
  • To assist in problem solving local police issues
  • To act as a resource to the police and the community

What is the CPLC Scholarship?

The 42 Division CPLC Scholarship was created to recognize and provide financial support to a student living and attending school in our residential district. $1000 will be awarded to one student who has demonstrated leadership, academic achievement, and a commitment to their community. Financial need is a consideration.

Who Can Apply?

You must meet all of the following criteria:

  • Live and attend school in the geographic area of 42 Division. 42 Division boundaries are: On the West – Victoria Park: On the East – the Scarborough/Pickering border; On the South – the 401; and on the North – the south side of Steeles Avenue East
  • Must be graduating in 2021/2022
  • Have demonstrated commitment to co-curricular activities and community service
  • Currently enrolled, or enrolled within the last year, in a full-time, recognized academic secondary school
  • Have been accepted by and will be enrolling in a post-secondary institution in 2022

Who is NOT eligible?

Person(s) related to a CPLC member 

Person(s) related to members of Toronto Police Services

Person(s) who do not live or attend school in 42 Division

How Do I Apply?

Please click on the link below to download the application

https://www.torontopolice.on.ca/d42/20220408-d42_cplc_scholarship_2022.pdf

Complete the attached application form and submit the application and all required documents by
May 20th, 2022. Completed applications are to be sent to:

Staff Sergeant Ryan Forde 86872 42 Division,
242 Milner Avenue, Scarborough, Ontario, M1S 5C4
(Only electronic submissions will be accepted this year.)

Documents needed are:

  • A minimum of two letters of reference with at least one originating from your school and one from a community organization
  • Certified copy of your most recent Student Credit Counselling Summary and Timetable
  • Essays as described in Section D attached to completed application

Who Makes the Decision?

A judging panel comprised of police officers from 42 Division and members of the CPLC.
The Scholarship recipient will be notified no later than June 1st, 2022.