MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISIONS WITH MINIMAL INJURIES
The London Police Service will be implementing a six month pilot project
involving an alternative to the manner in which motor vehicle collisions
with minimal injuries are investigated. This is another initiative aimed
at finding efficiencies within our operations.
February 1, 2016, a complaint of a motor vehicle collision involving
minimal injuries will be assigned to the PRC in a similar fashion as
non-injury motor vehicle collisions are presently. A police officer will
still be required to attend the scene to make an assessment. If the
injuries are determined to be minimal the officer shall stand by, if
necessary until the scene is clear.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: COMMUNICATIONS CENTRE
The London Police Services Board invites proposals from technical
furniture firms interested in designing and installing Communication
Centre Consoles for the London Police Service.
Firms with expertise and experience in the design, logistics, and
installation of technical furniture for public safety environments are
invited to submit a proposal for the Board's consideration.
Closing date/time for submissions is Thursday, February 25, 2016 before
IMPORTANT CHANGE TO THE CADET AND CONSTABLE
At the Initial Application stage, for both the Cadet and Constable
position, possession of the OACP Certificate will be considered an asset
but is NO LONGER A REQUIREMENT. Any applicant that moves beyond the
Initial Interview (and prior to the Senior Officer Selection Panel
stage) WILL BE REQUIRED TO HAVE THEIR OACP CERTIFICATE.
The London Police Service has made this change as it recognizes that
obtaining the OACP Certificate may be an obstacle for some and as a
result may discourage individuals to pursue a career in policing. It is
our hope that for those individuals who do proceed beyond the Initial
Interview Stage that they will be motivated and encouraged to obtain an
LONDON POLICE SERVICE BUDGET
At the London Police Services Board meeting on November 19, 2015, the
Board approved revised 2016 - 2019 Operating Budget amounts taking into
consideration investments in Human Resources for 2016.
The London Police Services Board initially approved the Operating
Budgets (2016 - 2019) along with Capital Budgets (2016 - 2025) at the meeting
held Thursday, September 17, 2015.
Presentations, FAQs, and further information can be
Click image to access the PowerPoint presentation provided to the Police
Services Board during the public session of the October 15th Board
here to view Chief John Pare's speaking notes.
NEW HOURS - LONDON POLICE SERVICE HEADQUARTERS RECEPTION
Effective November 1st, 2014, the London Police Service Headquarters
Reception will be closed to the public from 11:30 pm to 7:00 am daily.
For non-emergency concerns, dial 519-661-5670.
In case of emergency, dial 9-1-1.