Nope. Not letting you get to me.
Might I remind you that it was YOU who got yourself into this mess?
Yeah, well, I'm gonna get out of it too. I found out George's last name - it's Wilcox - and all I have to do is find out where he lives. I'm gonna find him and Charlotte, just wait and see. There's a police station somewhere around here cause I saw a guy who looked like a cop on the street yesterday. Gonna ask them for his address. I don't think it'll be a big deal.
Honestly, Abby, for your sake I hope it's not a big deal at all.
In 1759, the English system was accepted by both Quebec and Ontario.
In 1835, the Toronto Police Service was formed, and was the first municipal police service created in North America when the city of Toronto was first created from the town of York. The Toronto Police is one of the English speaking world's oldest municipal departments - older than even the New York City Police Department (formed in 1845) or the Boston Police Department (formed in 1839).
It's interesting to note that before this time, ordinary male citizens were required to report for duty as special constables.
With the arrival of the 21st century, Toronto's police force will increase to approximately 5,400 uniformed officers.
And now you know.