1. ezapper2's Avatar
    Toronto Police forces just announced a new program partnering with BlackBerry. They are using BBM channels to create a huge network of awareness for missing children.

    They claim this to be really big. I'm happy for BlackBerry. I'll try finding some online to post.

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    Last edited by ezapper2; 11-10-14 at 12:02 PM.
    11-10-14 09:21 AM
  2. nico2004's Avatar
    Wow that's really a great news !!
    11-10-14 09:27 AM
  3. DaFoxGrey's Avatar
    Here you go ezapper2:
    Toronto police collaborate on child abduction tool ?Milk Carton 2.0? - Toronto | Globalnews.ca
    Toronto Police Service and Missing Children Society of Canada Introduce 'Milk Carton 2.0'(TM)

    "Also presenting at this event will be BlackBerry, who will be introducing the Missing Children Society of Canada BBM Channel to the 'Milk Carton 2.0™' rapid response network, and WestJet; a founding partner in the 'Milk Carton 2.0™' initiative and a leader in community investment and employee engagement."

    Contact Information

    Meaghan Gray
    TPS Corporate Communications
    416-808-7095
    Meaghan.gray@torontopolice.on.ca

    Amanda Pick
    Executive Director
    Missing Children Society of Canada
    403-510-6942
    apick@mcsc.ca
    nico2004 and ezapper2 like this.
    11-10-14 09:28 AM
  4. scmcc16's Avatar
    Toronto Canadian forces
    You may want to edit this to say Toronto "Police" forces.
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    11-10-14 09:34 AM
  5. habs_fan's Avatar
    You may want to edit this to say Toronto "Police" forces.
    Lol I was wondering if that's what he meant. Last time I checked Our CAF doesn't do a lot of missing children's cases

    Commander and Chief of the Peevishlicious Crew
    11-10-14 09:55 AM
  6. scmcc16's Avatar
    Lol I was wondering if that's what he meant. Last time I checked Our CAF doesn't do a lot of missing children's cases

    Commander and Chief of the Peevishlicious Crew
    Yea... my first thought was that a Reserve unit there went outside of their arcs.... That would get interesting quickly
    11-10-14 10:08 AM

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