If you are in an emergency, call 911.

For non-emergencies, call 1-888-310-1122  (toll free).

The Town of Orangeville transitioned to the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) on October 1, 2020.

To reach the Orangeville building of the OPP Dufferin Detachment, call 519-942-1711 or fax 519-942-3288). For information on the OPP, police record checks and reporting crime using the Online Reporting tool, visit opp.ca.

Police Services Board

The Police Services Board provides public oversight of the local police service. 

Currently the Police Services Board is seeking a Secretary. View the job description.

Transitioning to the Ontario Provincial Police

The Ontario Civilian Police Commission approved the application to disband the Orangeville Police Services (OPS). We transitioned to the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) on October 1, 2020. Follow our newsfeed for updates.

Orangeville transitions to OPP: What You Need to Know

  • The police building at 390 C Line will be under renovation and not be accessible to the public until sometime in November. You can still speak to an officer at that location by calling 519-942-1711. If a resident goes to the 390 C Line office they won’t be able to go inside, but they can use the phone outside and ask to speak to an officer.
  • The hours of business are currently 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. After 4:30 p.m, a person should call the office directly (519-941-1711) and leave a message for administrative purposes. For police matters, please call the OPP Communications Centre at 1-888-310-1122 (toll free in Ontario).
  • For non-emergency, such as filing a report or other non-urgent police matters, residents can call the OPP Communications Centre at 1-888-310-1122 (toll free in Ontario).
  • If residents are making complaints about traffic issues, the best option is to contact the OPP Communications Centre (1-888-310-1122) to file a report. The OPP creates occurrences for each complaint, which helps track areas of high complaints and co-ordinate effective enforcement.
  • To report a crime using the online reporting tool, residents can visit opp.ca/reporting. This can be used for lost/missing property, stolen licence plates or validation stickers, theft from a vehicle, mischief to a vehicle, other mischief (such as graffiti), theft or driving complaints where there are no suspects, no injuries and no evidence.
  • Information on criminal record checks can be found on opp.ca.
  • Even during the initial month of transition, while Orangeville officers are training in Orillia, OPP officers will be visible and accessible. There will be foot patrols and vehicle patrols and the officers are approachable. Acting Inspector Nicol Randall, Interim Commander, says the officers are excited about this new chapter for the Dufferin detachment.
  • Residents can call for information related to administrative issues (collision reports, incident reports, volunteer fingerprints, Freedom of Information requests) to the new telephone number 519-941-1711 and the call will be forwarded to the OPP’s Dufferin Detachment where someone will assist them.

Transition updates

Review updates to learn more about the transition process.

October 1, 2020

The OPP transition occurred at noon. Building renovations continue.

August 10, 2020 update

OPP recruitment process nears completion and building upgrades are underway. 

May 25, 2020 update

The Ontario Civilian Police Commission (OCPC) has approved the application to disband the Orangeville Police Service. The transition to OPP remains on target for October 1, 2020.

January 2020 update

The Town has been working with the OPP on the transition of police services. The tentative transition date is scheduled for October 1, 2020.

December 2019 update

In a six to one vote, Orangeville Council voted on December 2, 2019 to transition to the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and disband the Orangeville Police Service (OPS).

Plans and Reports

Review the following plans and reports to learn how the Town of Orangeville plans to transition to the OPP: