Content warning: This article discusses sexual harassment.

For the third time this school year, the Toronto Police Service (TPS) has arrested a man for recording students using shower and washroom stalls on campus.

On Tuesday, March 26, TPS arrested a person in his thirties. This follows the other arrests on January 4 and March 17

In this case, the police charged the suspect with voyeurism related to a February 7 incident and with failure to comply with a release order. Despite the three arrests, the TPS has not arrested anyone in connection to voyeurism incidents on January 9 and February 15. 

U of T has been plagued with voyeurism throughout this school year, and the university has been criticized for not adequately warning students about it — including students who were moving into the residence building where the voyeurism occurred. 

Campus Safety has instituted measures including security guards in hallways and posters warning students against holding doors for people to enter after them and encouraging people to report “non-community members.”

These incidents started in July 2023 and have continued through this March. 

Contacts and resources

Student advocacy and resource group New College Against Sexual Assault and Harassment provides peer support sessions, which students can access through the group’s Instagram bio

TPS has asked anyone with information to contact it at 416-808-5200, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), or at

Students, staff, and faculty can also access counselling and assistance accessing accommodations or legal aid through U of T’s Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre.