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Police Agencies in Canada

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Ontario Ontario

provincial police   |  independent police agencies

first nations police   |  transit police

Provincial Police

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) provides Provincial, First Nations and Contract policing services in the province of Ontario.

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Independent Police Agencies

By virtue of the the provincial legislation, the following independent police agencies are currently operating in Ontario.  They are:

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First Nations Police in Ontario

There is currently one First Nations police service in Ontario.

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Transit Police in Ontario

OC Transpo (City of Ottawa Public Transit Services) employ Special Provincial Constables for the safety and security of the transit system and their riders.   Uniformed and plainclothes Transit Special Constables are sworn Peace Officers. They have the powers of a Police Officer to enforce the Criminal Code of Canada, the Controlled Drug and Substances Act, the Liquor License act, the Trespass to Property Act, and the Safe Streets Act on all transit vehicles and property.

Also, the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) employs Special Constables appointed by the Toronto, Peel and York Regional Police Service Boards to provide policing and security services on the commission's system.  The officers operate in either uniform or plain clothes and have police powers to enforce the following on TTC property and vehicles:

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