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“Even when I was coming out of the closet at 16 in Winnipeg, I had friends and my friends knew I was gay but I wasn’t always forthcoming with who I am meeting or if I was going on a date,” he says.

“Certainly I put myself at risk and I’m sure many folks put themselves at risk.” Vijayanathan also says that historically there hasn’t been a very positive relationship between the LGBTQ and racialized communities and the police.

But when it comes to the algorithms of love, many say they are losing faith.

“We will continue to work with them to see how we can collectively improve the relationship between police and all parts of the city’s LGBTQ community.” SAFE will be open to anyone who feels uncertain about their safety, regardless of their sexual orientation or ethnicity.

You can find more information about the program here.

While the program isn’t meant to hold police accountable, it aims at building a stronger working relationship so that trust can be restored.

“Any proposal that has the potential to increase reporting and keep the community safe is valuable,” said Meaghan Gray with Toronto Police Services in an email to City News.