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  • 65 New Correctional Officers Graduate

    HAMILTON - Ontario is making the province's adult correctional system safer by hiring 65 new correctional officer graduates. 

    News Release | Solicitor General

  • Government Provides Police More Tools to Find Missing Persons

    TORONTO - When a loved one goes missing, swift action is critical. That's why the Ontario Government is putting people's safety first by providing frontline police officers with more tools to respond quickly to missing persons investigations.

    News Release | Solicitor General

  • Inquest into the Death of Marc Lafreniere Announced

    Dr. Emily Groot, Regional Supervising Coroner for North Region, Sudbury Office, today announced that an inquest will be held into the death of Marc Lafreniere.

    News Release | Solicitor General

  • Inquest into the Death of Douglas Kyereh Announced

    Dr. Kenneth Peckham, Regional Supervising Coroner for Central Region, Central West Office, today announced that an inquest will be held into the death of Douglas Kyereh.

    News Release | Solicitor General

  • New Interim Measures to Protect Ontario's Animals

    On June 29, 2019, Ontario's interim animal protection model will come into effect to keep animals safe as the province transitions to a new system that is more robust, transparent, and accountable. This temporary model includes:

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  • Building New Community Safety Infrastructure in Fort Frances

    FORT FRANCES - The Ontario Government is putting people's safety first by investing approximately $20 million into the construction of a new state-of-the-art Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) detachment in Fort Frances. The new detachment will ensure local communities continue to receive the modern, cost-efficient and first-class policing services they need and deserve.

    News Release | Solicitor General

  • Improving Safety and Security in Ontario's Correctional Institutions

    The Ontario Government is improving safety and increasing security by adding capacity to the Institutional Crisis Intervention Teams (ICIT) in the province's Northern adult correctional institutions. Ontario continues to take action to make the adult correctional system safer for staff, with a focus on their well-being and public safety.

    News Release | Solicitor General

  • Putting People's Safety First in Orillia and Parry Sound

    ORILLIA - The Ontario Government is putting people's safety first by investing a total of $40 million into the construction of two new state-of-the-art Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) detachments - one in Orillia and the other in Parry Sound. The detachments will ensure local communities continue to receive the modern, cost-efficient and first-class policing services they deserve.

    News Release | Solicitor General

  • Seven New Correctional Officers Graduate in the North

    Thunder Bay - Ontario continues to create a safer adult correctional system by hiring seven new correctional officer graduates in the North. The new staff represent the latest action to improve Ontario's corrections system, with a focus on staff well-being and public safety.

    News Release | Solicitor General

  • Ontario Hiring New Probation and Parole Officers

    HAMILTON — Ontario is hiring 21 new probation and parole officers to help improve our correctional system and strengthen the safety of our communities. Probation and parole officers play an important role in helping to ensure public safety by managing offenders who are serving their sentences in the community.

    News Release | Solicitor General

  • Inquest into the Death of Michael Fall Announced

    Dr. Rick Mann, Regional Supervising Coroner for West Region, London Office, announced today that an inquest will be held into the death of Michael Fall.

    News Release | Solicitor General

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