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Ontario Civilian Police Commission

The Ontario Civilian Police Commission (OCPC) is an independent oversight agency tasked with ensuring that adequate and effective policing services are provided in a fair and accountable manner under the Ontario Police Services Act and hears law enforcement complaints.

Record #: MET2757 Last Full Update: 17 Oct 2019
Names
Alternate Name Civilian Commission on Police Services ; Commission on Police Services ; Ministry of the Attorney General ; OCPC ; Safety Licencing Appeals and Standards Tribunals Ontario ; SLASTO
Former Name Board of Inquiry (Police Services Act) (1998) ; Ontario Civilian Commission on Police Services (2009)
Location & Accessibility
Located In Community Toronto Downtown Central
Address & Map
Toronto, ON
 
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Mailing Address Box 250 
Toronto, ON M7A 1N3
Physical Access Unknown ; Designated parking in underground lot and automatic entrance
Description and Services
Description (Service) Independent quasi-judicial civilian tribunal * functions separately from police * conducts hearings regarding appeals of police disciplinary penalties * conducts investigations and inquiries into the conduct of chiefs of police, police officers, members of police services boards, auxiliary members of a police service, special constables and municipal law enforcement officers * cases heard by 1-3 member panel * agency of Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General under Safety, Licencing Appeals and Standards Tribunals Ontario
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm
Areas Served Ontario
Boundaries Ontario
Eligibility Open to all
Application Call, email or mail
Languages English ; French
Service Categories Provincial Administrative Tribunals ~ Law Enforcement Issues
Contact Information
Office Phone 416-327-6500
Toll Free Phone 1-844-242-0608
Fax Administration 416-314-0198, 1-888-311-7555
E-Mail SLASTOinfo@ontario.ca
Website slasto-tsapno.gov.on.ca/ocpc-ccop/en/
Primary Contact Registrar