Randall Arsenault

Randall Arsenault

Toronto Police Service

Randall Arsenault currently serves with the Toronto Police Service (TPS) as a Primary Response Officer. With more than 19 years on the job, he has served in various capacities including Street Crime, Youth Services, Community Response Unit, Criminal Investigative Bureau, School Resource Officer, and the Aboriginal Peacekeeping Unit.

Randall also has the distinction of being the first Community Engagement Officer in the history of TPS. An early adapter of social media, Randall used his online presence in unique and innovative ways to educate and engage the public, and to support local and national initiatives to amplify their message. Through his speaking engagements, workshops and trainings for both individuals and large organizations, Randall has reached a broad demographic in the non-profit, public and private sectors.

Randall has supported the following initiatives and organizations: Mornelle Safe Walk, Coldest Night of the Year, Alzheimer Society of Toronto’s Walk for Alzheimer’s (Co-Chair), Project C.R.A.S.H., Ontario SPCA, Victim Services Toronto, Bikers for Autism, Brave.TO (Scarborough Hospital), TPS Financial Crimes Unit and many others. Randall is an advocate for mental health awareness and animal abuse and in his spare time, enjoys the outdoors.

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