The O.P.P. operates out of 165 detachments, five regional headquarters, one divisional headquarters and a general headquarters in Orillia.
O.P.P. members are responsible for traffic safety on Ontario's roadways, waterways and trails, policing more than 922,752 square kilometres of land and 110,398 square kilometres of waterways.
Use the Detachment Finder to locate the O.P.P. detachment nearest to your community.
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In this section you will find answers to some of the most commonly asked questions.
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The Ontario Provincial Police needs your assistance in solving these crimes. Without it, many of the cases will remain unsolved.
You may contact Crime Stoppers from anywhere in Ontario at 1-800-222-8477, or by leaving an anonymous Web-Tip at TipSoft - Web Tips Submission.
Distracted driving is cited as a causal factor in 30 to 50 per cent of traffic collisions on Ontario, but is probably much higher due to under-reporting.
Distracted Driving Kills! Using a cell phone or device capable of texting while driving can result in a fine of $155 under Section 78.1 of the Highway Traffic Act (HTA).
Watching an entertainment device can result in a fine of $110 under Section 78 of the HTA.
Ontario is vast and magnificent in terms of both its territory and people. Its police service is the Ontario Provincial Police.
We are known as the OPP and take pride in being regarded as Ontario's Police Professionals. We have earned the respect and trust of Ontario's citizenry and we are committed to preserving our reputation into the future.
We deeply embrace the principle that a diverse population is best served by a similar diversity of police officers.