"Safe Communities...A Secure Ontario"
"Policing Excellence through our People, our Work, and our Relationships"
As an organization, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) commits to working continually to earn the confidence of the citizens of and visitors to Ontario--a confidence that will not be taken for granted. The OPP fulfills this commitment by providing the best and most professional service, possible, and by striving to build a culture of trust, and open and honest dialogue, with the communities it serves and among the people it employs. The organization commits to creating and sustaining a positive working environment in which all employees have equal opportunity to fulfill their potential within the profession.Each OPP employee and volunteer appreciates the vital role he/she plays in protecting the fundamental rights of all people in Ontario. As such, each commits to always put the interests of the public and the OPP's Vision and Mission before any personal and private interests, and to demonstrate pride in his/her profession and the OPP through personal conduct that reflects a belief in OPP values and ethics.
Caledon East Detachment consists of Detachment Commander, Inspector Tim Melanson, 1 Staff Sergeant, 12 Sergeants, 94 Constables, 4 Part-Time Constables who work in the Provincial Offences Office (Traffic Court) and summons delivery, 1 Special Constable who works at the Ontario Court of Justice in Orangeville (Criminal Court), and 16 Full or Part-time civilian employees.
- Major Crime Unit (MCU)
- Street Crimes Unit (SCU)
- Community Response Unit (CRU)
- School Resource Officers (SRO)
- Traffic Unit (TIU)
Auxiliary Policing Services
Caledon OPP also enjoys the benefit of a very active, dedicated Auxiliary Policing Unit.
These dedicated volunteer officers support the Detachment by attending many community events such as the Santa Claus Parade, Fall Colours, Canada Day fireworks, Terry Fox Run and many others.
These officers also provide extra visibility and OPP presence, while providing support to uniform members. For more information about the OPP Auxiliary Policing program please visit our website at opp.ca.
Community Services includes Media Relations and officers assigned to deliver the DARE (Drug Awareness Resistance Education) program and the OPP K.I.D.S. (Knowledge, Issues, Decisions and Supports) program in our local elementary schools. The purpose of this program is to connect with kids, reduce self-victimization and prevent crime.
Programs - Safeguard Ontario
In partnership with community volunteer members of its Auxiliary Policing program, SafeGuard Ontario is a community based crime prevention program developed in direct support of our detachment front line members to help citizens "lock criminals out of house and home." For more information visit the Safeguard Ontario web site.
15924 Innis Lake Road Administration office is open from 8 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Caledon, Ontario L7C 3B3 from Monday to Friday (except holidays)
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