Please be advised that this service has been suspended until further notice due to COVID-19 restrictions.
If you would like to make a request for information under the Freedom of Information and Protection Privacy Act, please complete the request form and submit it to 390 C Line with the required $5.00 fee.
The Orangeville Police Service, from time to time, acquires various items by way of items being found by members of the public and turned over to police or by way of items being seized for evidence, etc. by police. To facilitate the sale of items deemed authorized for sale, the Orangeville Police Service utilizes the services of Police Auctions Canada.
The public is able to hire off duty officers on a contract basis to provide a police presence at their events. Officers will not be assigned to any function that requires that they act outside the normal scope of police duties.
Road Watch is a community-driven program that provides citizens with a means to report aggressive or unlawful driver behaviour.
Victims of crime and their families have access to a wide range of services, including counselling, financial assistance and other supports. After a crime has been committed, a victim has rights to information, protection, participation and restitution according to the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights.
A Vulnerable Person is a person who, that due to a physical or developmental disability may be prevented from communicating in a clear and intelligible manner when they interact with the police. Vulnerable Persons include, but are not limited to, persons with: Autism, Alzheimers, physical or developmental disabilities etc.
Orangeville Police offers many services including criminal record checks, reports and paid duties.