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The 2024 Spring Conference will be at the Blue Mountain Resort on June 3-5.

Key topics being explored at the conference include Professionalizing Police Governance in Ontario, Inspectorate of Policing Updates, WSIB, the CSPA, in addition to breakout sessions tailored to OPP Detachment Boards and Municipal and First Nations Boards.

Companion packages are also available if you would like to bring someone with you! Please email Jennifer Williams at for more details!

The OAPSB is excited to announce that we will be continuing our discussion groups into May and June. We will be hosting these events on the third Thursday of each month. Click here for more information.

Mandatory Roles & Responsibilities Training Update

All boards can now submit their training application spreadsheet to to register board members and associated administrative staff for their Mandatory Roles & Responsibilities training.  Please ensure to copy on your submission.  This will help us facilitate and track submissions for processing.

As a reminder, registration details and login information will be sent to each participant separately.  Participants should also ensure they are checking SPAM and Junk folders as some of the correspondence from Ontario Police College (OPC) is flagged as spam or junk by internet systems.  Further, if your email address is municipal, the email may also be flagged by IT firewall security and you will want to ensure you check there for any correspondence.

As a reminder, once you have received your login credentials, any issues with access can be directed to the Distance Learning department at OPC;

All Chiefs Memo – Ontario Police College, Seconded Officer Program

As many of you are aware, Ontario Police College has increased the number and size of recruit classes to support police services  to fill their vacancies and increase staffing needs to provide adequate and effective policing across Ontario. For this endeavour to be successful, the College requires support from police services by providing seconded officers to enhance the full-time training staff. 

This Seconded Officer Program is not only important to support the increased number of members going through Basic Constable Training Program, but it provides recruits the opportunity to learn from members that are currently working within communities across the province. This transfer of knowledge and experience is beneficial to the recruits’ understanding and applied learning.  

This program provides a developmental opportunity for frontline and training officers to expand their knowledge and experiences while at the college. Knowledge and experience that each of the members brings back to their own police service.Services who provide a member to the program are reimbursed (details in the attached ACM).

For your situational awareness.