Welcome to our online features section where you can learn more about OPP history and OPP Museum objects that are not currently on display.
Driving the OPP - The History of OPP Chauffeurs
It is difficult to imagine an era in which people did not drive, but in the 1920s many Ontarians still did not own vehicles let alone possess drivers' licences. Chauffeurs were commonly assigned to OPP district headquarters throughout the province...
Celebrating Women in Policing
The first women to join the uniformed ranks of the OPP began in 1974.
As part of the OPP's 100th Anniversary, Provincial Constables Erik Howells and Guy Higgott embarked on a journey by dog sled, snowshoe and rail to pay tribute to early officers who served the communities of Ontario's North.
View digitized films from our collection that were used for recruiting and community service education.