The Ontario Provincial Police — Our Tradition, Your Future
Since 1909, the OPP has built a proud and storied tradition by providing policing services throughout Ontario. We are one of North America's largest deployed police services consisting of almost 10,000 members.
Our members provide services which include municipal policing, rural policing, traffic enforcement, criminal investigations and other specialties. The O.P.P. operates out of 165 detachments, five regional
headquarters, one divisional headquarters and our general headquarters located in Orillia. Detachment locations vary from large urban centres to smaller communities. 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.
Policing Excellence Through Our People, Our Work and Our Relationships - The Ontario Provincial Police is looking for women and men to apply for the position of Provincial Constable.
We are known as the OPP and take pride in being regarded as Ontario's Police Professionals. We seek to hire women and men who are representative of the culture and racial diversity of this province.
As a police employer, there are few to compare with the OPP. We offer competitive wages and benefits, an excellent pension plan, continuous learning, and so much more. No work day is the same and during your career you will have tremendous variety in assignments, potential for advancement, and opportunities to work across the province to make a difference in our communities.
Provincial Police serving all of Ontario.
The OPP is responsible for providing policing services throughout Ontario. These services include municipal contract policing, rural policing, traffic enforcement, criminal investigations and other specialties. The O.P.P. operates out of 165 detachments, five regional headquarters, one divisional headquarters and a general headquarters in Orillia. Detachment locations vary from large urban centres to small communities. O.P.P. members are responsible for traffic safety on Ontario's roadways, waterways and trails.
You must be willing to serve anywhere in the province of Ontario to be considered for a constable position within the OPP however your posting preferences are taken into consideration at the time an offer of employment is made.
How do I qualify?
- Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
- Minimum 18 years of age.
- Ontario Grade 12 or equivalency.
- Class 'G' driver's licence with no more than 6 demerit points
- No criminal record for which a records suspension (pardon) has not been received or an absolute/conditional discharge that has not been sealed.
- Certified in Standard First-Aid and C.P.R. (level "C")
- Pass credit, background and investigation checks.
- Possess a valid Certificate of Results (C.O.R.).
To obtain more information or submit your application, please visit http://www.opp.ca/ecms/index.php?id=87