Twenty-one (21) Provincial Constables have joined Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Detachments in Central Region following a graduation in Orillia on May 26th.
The 21 new Provincial Constables, who are part of Class 502, completed their training at the Ontario Police College in Aylmer, and the Ontario Provincial Police Academy in Orillia. Throughout their training, the new officers have demonstrated their dedication and commitment to serving our communities.
The new Provincial Constables have been deployed to the following detachments:
· Caledon – 3 officers
· Dufferin – 4 officers
· Haliburton Highlands – 4 officers
· Huntsville – 1 officer
· Huronia West – 1 officer
· Northumberland – 2 officers
· Nottawasaga – 5 officers
· Southern Georgian Bay – 1 officer
“Today marks the beginning of a remarkable and rewarding career for the 21 Provincial Constables joining Central Region. With their diverse backgrounds and experience, these officers bring a wealth of knowledge and perspectives that will greatly contribute to furthering our capacity to deliver exceptional frontline service. A heartfelt congratulations and gratitude to our newest officers for their unwavering dedication and steadfast commitment to serving with pride, professionalism, and honour” said Chief Superintendent Karl Thomas, Regional Commander, OPP Central Region
The OPP is dedicated to ensuring open, accessible, equitable and respectful workplaces, and is committed to reflecting the diverse communities it serves. We encourage applications from anyone committed to a rewarding career in public service.
The OPP is one of North America’s largest deployed police services with more than 5,500 uniform officers, 2,500 civilian employees and 600 auxiliary members. The OPP provides essential services that ensure the safety and security of the people and visitors to the Province of Ontario. For more information on the OPP hiring process, visit www.opp.ca/careers.