Anishinabek Police Service
Currently the Anishinabek Police provides policing services to sixteen First Nation communities across Ontario, stretching from Kettle & Stony Point First Nation in the south to Fort William First Nation in the north.
Anti fraud centre
The Anti Fraud Centre Call Centre Unit has 11 full-time Call Takers who are able to field more than 300 calls each day from citizens reporting frauds. Of those calls, the Centre logs data from more than 25,000 victims each year. The Call Takers are dedicated, trained anti-fraud specialists who provide advice on the steps that victims should take to recover lost funds and to protect themselves in the future.
The CAFC has established itself as Canada's central fraud data repository. It has become a trusted source for fraud data and for educational and prevention resource materials. The CAFC plays a crucial role in educating the public about specific mass marketing fraud pitches and in collecting and disseminating victim evidence, statistics and documentation, all of which are made available to law enforcement agencies.
City of Thunder Bay
Thunder Bay is the largest community on Lake Superior. With a population of 109,140, it is the most populous municipality in Northwestern Ontario.
The City of Thunder Bay provides a balance of services that improves our quality of life and supports our economy in a responsible manner. From parks and recreation to transportation, clean drinking water or waste management, Thunder Bay is always working to live up to our motto, Superior By Nature.
Crime Prevention Council
The Thunder Bay Crime Prevention Council provides advice to City Council on the development of an inclusive Safety and Crime Prevention Plan and contributes to its implementation.
Thunder Bay is a safe and welcoming city.
To engage the community in the task of preventing crime, increasing safety and security, and fostering the well-being of everyone in Thunder Bay.
Law Enforcement Torch Run
The Ontario Law Enforcement Torch Run is a community based, province-wide event that sees the "Flame of Hope" carried across Ontario by members of Law Enforcement agencies from across the province. The objective of this and other events is to raise funds for and awareness of the Special Olympics movement in Ontario.
The Law Enforcement Torch Run has grown into the most important fund raising effort of Special Olympics programs around the WORLD. In 2010, over $40,000,000.00 was raised through the Law Enforcement Torch Run movement collectively. The Law Enforcement Torch Run is a program and a mission with two objectives;
- Raise funds to benefit the programs of Special Olympics
- Raise awareness for the programs of Special Olympics
Nishnawbe-aski Police Service
NAPS provides police coverage and resources to a wide range of aboriginal communities in Canada. By working closely with the communities we protect, providing a community-oriented service and representing the First Nations we hope to improve quality of life as well as the strength of these communities.
Office of the Independent Police Review Director
The OIPRD’s goal is to provide an objective, impartial office to receive, manage and oversee the investigation of public complaints against Ontario’s police. The OIPRD also investigates some public complaints.
Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police
The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police works on behalf of police leaders in Ontario. The OACP has more than 1,200 members and represents the RCMP, the OPP, First Nations and Municipal Police Services. The Association's members maintain a global perspective by going beyond provincial issues to address national and international concerns.
Ontario Provincial Police
The O.P.P. operates out of 165 detachments, five regional headquarters, one divisional headquarters and a general headquarters in Orillia.
O.P.P. members are responsible for traffic safety on Ontario's roadways, waterways and trails, policing more than 922,752 square kilometres of land and 110,398 square kilometres of waterways
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police is the Canadian national police service and an agency of the Ministry of Public Safety Canada.
The RCMP is unique in the world since it is a national, federal, provincial and municipal policing body. We provide a total federal policing service to all Canadians and policing services under contract to the three territories, eight provinces (except Ontario and Quebec), more than 190 municipalities, 184 Aboriginal communities and three international airports.
Special Olympics Ontario
Special Olympics promotes opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy, and develop skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympic athletes and the community.
Over the past 40 years Special Olympics has grown from a modest program serving local athletes to become the world’s largest movement dedicated to promoting respect, acceptance, inclusion, and human dignity for people with intellectual disabilities through sports.
Street Checks In Ontario
Starting January 1, 2017, in certain circumstances, police must follow new rules about when and how they can ask someone to identify themselves.
For more information: Visit the website
When new rules apply
New rules apply if an officer asks you to identify yourself when they are:
- looking into suspicious activities
- gathering intelligence
- investigating general criminal activity in the community
New rules for street checks do not apply if the officer is:
- talking to a driver during a traffic stop
- arresting or detaining you
- executing a warrant
- investigating a specific crime
For more information: Visit the website
Thunder Bay & Area Victim Services
VCARS is a community-based service assisting police and emergency services in providing short term emotional support and practical assistance to victims of crime and tragedy. Community volunteers support victims to meet their immediate needs and supply referral to existing community service if longer term care is required.
Thunder Bay Counts
Thunder Bay Counts:
Thunder Bay Counts has been working to understand the hopes and aspirations of community members as well as their concerns and challenges
Thunder Bay Counts is a community initiative and requires collaboration between all the groups working towards achieving established goals.
Community engagement is paramount. Tell us about your aspirations for Thunder Bay’s future. Tell us about initiatives you’re involved in to make those hopes a reality.
Thunder Bay Counts belongs to the people of Thunder Bay and our successes will be shared and celebrated with our community.
Thunder Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre
The Thunder Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre (TBIFC) is one of the "original six" Friendship Centres in Ontario, founded in 1964 and incorporated on February 15, 1968. TBIFC is also the founding member of the Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres (OFIFC) which was incorporated 1971.
Thunder Bay Mulitcultural Association
The Thunder Bay Multicultural Association was formed in 1972 by a number of various community ethnocultural groups whose objective was to establish a body which would encourage and facilitate co-operation among ethnic organizations in promoting the concept of multiculturalism.
Thunder Bay Police Youth Corps
The Thunder Bay Police Youth Corps