Bryan Allen is the head of the Office for Mac and a former senior executive with the Toronto Police Service.
Today, Allen says he’s retiring from the Toronto police force, but he’s not going anywhere anytime soon.
He’s not retiring from Toronto police, he’s staying put, Allen said.
“I’ve been with the police for 30 years, and I’ve always been loyal to them.
“If I can stay in the police department, I will be here.””
Allen was one of four officers in the Toronto-based public health division, which was created in 1998 by the province to provide health care services to Toronto’s residents. “
If I can stay in the police department, I will be here.”
Allen was one of four officers in the Toronto-based public health division, which was created in 1998 by the province to provide health care services to Toronto’s residents.
He retired from the department in 2010, when he was appointed to the newly created Toronto Police Services Board.
The board, which includes the chief of police, the chief medical officer and other senior officers, was created to ensure that the police are doing what’s best for the community.
Toronto police say Allen’s retirement comes as part of a transition for the Toronto force.
“As the new commissioner of the Toronto Metropolitan Police, Mr. Allen will continue to lead the policing of the city, including the promotion and promotion of all our officers and staff, as well as the implementation of our long-term vision for the future of the police force,” Toronto police spokesperson Det.
Paul DeSimone said in a statement.
“Mr. Allen’s experience and dedication to our police force are an important asset for our officers, and we are confident that his leadership will continue the hard work and innovation that is so important to our officers.”
Allen is retiring from public health, which he says is one of the biggest areas of the policing force he’s known.
He says he will continue his work as a social worker and advocate for the city’s LGBT community, which is a priority for the police.
“If you look at the people that we work with in the public health sector, you have people that are transgender and gender-nonconforming, people who have HIV and AIDS, people with mental health issues and drug and alcohol abuse,” Allen said in an interview with CBC News.
“And then you have the LGBT community that we serve, which are people that, you know, are just trying to live their lives the way that they want to live it and that they know they deserve.”
Allen says he believes he’s done a great job in the job, but it’s a bittersweet farewell.
“The public health service is a part of my life,” Allen says.
“And it’s one that I have to give up.
It’s a part that I’m going to miss, and it’s something I have decided to do.”
The Toronto Star’s report in 2015 revealed that Allen was the subject of an internal investigation into a sexual harassment complaint.
In February of this year, Allen announced that he had resigned from his post as chief of the public-health division, citing “personal reasons” and the “threat” he was facing in his career.