Jim McLean, a 34-year veteran with the Toronto Police Service, is currently assigned as a Sergeant in the Public Safety & Emergency Management Unit training office. He has enjoyed a variety of postings during his career, including major crime and as an instructor at the Toronto Police College. He is a search manager and member of the Toronto HUSAR team.

Articles by this writer

June 2020  |  Magazine

Toronto Police Service Trainers examine at recent protests from a best practices and crowd management perspective. Updated and consistent training is one part of the solution to change response tactics from aggressive escalation to serving the public right to peaceful protest.

November 2008  |  Magazine

The Toronto Police Service takes a lead search role. The public has an expectation that police will look for, and hopefully locate, missing people. This article highlights some of the complexities encountered in a missing person search.