CPLC Community Safety Scholarship

The CPLC Community Safety Scholarship will award up to $4,000 to deserving young people who are making their community a safer place.

To be eligible, you must:

  • Be entering your first year of post-secondary education or training in fall 2017
  • 14 Division CPLC Community Safety Scholarship:
    Live and/or go to school within the boundaries of the Toronto Police Services' 14 Division (from Dufferin/
    Roncesvalles, east to Spadina, Lake Ontario north to the North-CP Railway line/Dupont – see www.torontopolice.on.ca/d14/neighbourhoods.php with demonstrated leadership and involvement with issues of community safety within 14 Division neighbourhoods. OR
  • 22 Division CPLC Community Safety Scholarship:
    A resident of Toronto, living within the Toronto Police Service 22 Division service boundaries and/or attends school within the boundaries of 22 Division (West – Etobicoke Creek, East – Humber River, North – Eglinton, South –Lake Ontario) see http://www.torontopolice.on.ca/d22/neighbourhoods.php) with demonstrated leadership and involvement with issues of community safety within 22 Division neighbourhoods. OR
  • 41 Division CPLC Community Safety Scholarship:
    A resident of Toronto, living within the Toronto Police Service 41 Division service boundaries and/or attends school within the boundaries of 41 Division (West-Nursewood Rd., Victoria Park Ave. North-Highway 401, East-Brimley Rd., Brimley Rd. S, South-Scarborough shoreline) see http://www.torontopolice.on.ca/d41/neighbourhoods.php with demonstrated leadership and involvement with issues of community safety within 41 Division neighbourhoods. OR
  • 53 Division CPLC Community Safety Scholarship:
    A resident of Toronto, living within the Toronto Police Service 53 Division service boundaries and/or attends school within the boundaries of 53 Division West-Spadina Rd., Eglinton Ave. W, Bathurst St., North-Lawrence Ave W/Lawrence Ave. E, Bayview Ave, East-Don River west branch, Canadian National Railway line, Canadian Pacific Railway line, Don River, South-Prince Edward Viaduct, Bloor St. E/Bloor St. W (see http://www.torontopolice.on.ca/d53/neighbourhoods.php) with demonstrated leadership and involvement with issues of community safety within 53 Division neighbourhoods.
  • Be actively improving community safety within 14, 22, 41 or 53 Division


What makes these scholarships unique is that it: 

  • Recognizes community and civic engagement
  • Promotes safer communities and, through that, a better Toronto
  • Supports any form of credible post-secondary education or training
  • Provides opportunities for second year matching scholarships at Ryerson University, University of Toronto, York University, OCAD University, Humber College, Seneca College and George Brown College
  • Includes an employment program that connects applicants to meaningful summer employment opportunities  


To download scholarship application click on 'Application' on the right hand side menu.


For more information contact
Rebecca Keenan: rebecca@scaddingcourt.org, 416-392-0335