- Jul 13, 2021
OPP Association Attend Funeral To Honour Toronto Police Detective Constable Jeffrey Northrup
Members of the Ontario Provincial Police Association led by President Rob Stinson attended the police funeral at BMO Field in Toronto Monday July 12, 2021 for Toronto Police Service Detective Constable Jeffrey Northrup. The veteran officer was killed in the line of duty last week. . The officer was remembered at his funeral Monday as a kind, gentle giant who loved his family deeply and was quick to lend a hand wherever he could. Detective Constable Northrup leaves behind his wife, mother, two sons and a daughter.
Several tributes were posted online causing the hash tag #HeroesInLife to trend throughout Canada on Twitter.
Thank you to all OPP members who took the time to attend the funeral, watch online and offer support in so many ways to the family and our colleagues in Toronto.
Some of the OPP Association and Toronto Police Service social media posts are included here. Click here for a link with the livestream of the funeral, official high resolution photos, Book of Condolences, and donation links to Special Olympics provided by the Toronto Police Service.
"Major Crime 52 November – Badge Number 99201, you are 10-7 for life with our sincere gratitude for your sacrifice."— Toronto Police (@TorontoPolice) July 12, 2021
Detective Constable Jeffrey Northrup, 1966-2021.#HeroesInLife pic.twitter.com/eycpB1PDvO
OPP Association Directors Mike Adair and Dave Dube pictured with OPPA Executive Officer Trent Bierworth paying respects to Toronto Police Detective Constable Jeffrey Northrup at funeral. Watch, pics & donations to Special Olympics @SOOntario: https://t.co/so7SGxp8gJ #HeroesInLife pic.twitter.com/OekmwbNS2Q— OPPA (OPP Association) (@OPPAssociation) July 12, 2021