Our Vision

We, as an association, celebrate the past, deal with the present, and prepare for the future.


Opened to all active and retired racial minority peace officers and auxiliary police officers.


The A.B.L.E. community is a place where you can connect and expand your network.

Get Involved

Volunteers are always welcome to share their expertise, and enthusiasm.

A.B.L.E.  Annual Summer Boat Cruise

"All White Affair"

ABLE boat cruise flyer 2016 2

A.B.L.E Members:

You are cordially invited to the Annual Association of Black Law Enforcers (ABLE) “All White Affair” Boat Cruise. Members and guests are encouraged to dress in all white.  

Get ready to groove to the nice sounds of DJ Al who will be playing all of the latest; and back in time music for your listening pleasure.

Raffle tickets will also be sold on the boat for some great prizes!

This will be an excellent opportunity to network with all members from our multicultural community. Get your tickets early, as this will be a guaranteed sell out! We can fill this boat!!!!

For ticket information call Kim Toppin 647-792-1081 Ext.#9 or Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Thanks for your support!!

 Kim Toppin (A.B.L.E. Social Director)



                Toronto Police Service Caribbean Carnival 2016

                                        TPS Caribbean carnival 2016


Street Checks and Racial Profiling are serious issues that have been

occuring within policing.  A.B.L.E. has submitted documents

discussing the issues.


Racial Profiling Submission Document

Street Check Submission Document


Consumer Computer Services Inc.

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 Ellimimation of Racial Discrimination day 1                 Elimination of Racial Discrimination day 4

Left:   Staff Sergeant Tony Browne, York Regional Police       Left:  Josef Osroff, ABLE Executive

Right: Inspector Keith Merith, York Regional Police               Right:  Terrence Murray, ABLE Executive


Elimination of racial discrimination day 10     Elimination of racial discrimination day 8Left:  Kim Toppin, ABLE Executive                                             Left:  Terrence Murray, ABLE Executive 

Sergeant Paul Chiang, York Regional Police                                     Bernice Carnegie, Co-Founder Herbert H. Carnegie      Terrence Murray, ABLE Executive                                              Future Aces Foundation

Josef Osroff, ABLE Executive                                                     Kenton Chance, ABLE President



Distinguished Men of Honour Award for Inspector Keith Merith

Distinguished men of honour award

Left:  Deputy Chief Andre Crawford (York Regional Police), Inspector Keith Merith (York Regional Police),

Staff Sergeant Tony Browne (York Regional Police)    


Distinguished Men of Honour Award      

Inspector Keith Merith of the York Regional Police and immediate past president of the A.B.L.E. was awarded the Distinguished Men of Honour Award from the Black Business and Professional Association (BBPA). The Distinguished Men of Honour Exchange honours the contributions and accomplishments of outstanding men who have truly advanced themselves, stand as beacons of hope for other men, community, society and deserve to be recognized.




Leaders for the future!