Project Ontario - True Canadian Roleplay - Custom CAD - Peel Regional Police - Ontario Provincial Police - Citizens of Ontario Actively Recruiting! Apply Now!

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Project Ontario is a community based off of the province of Ontario that hopes to emulate Canadian emergency services, as well as the lives of citizens of Ontario. We offer a mature, but fun roleplay community, and realism to the Province. The best part is, we are looking for members! All departments are open for recruitment. Have fun, our community is yours to discover

To Join Our Community Please fill out an application and join our public discord

Application: https://projectontario.bubbleapps.io/
Discord: https://discord.gg/UPRqP2g

PEEL REGIONAL POLICE SERVICE (PRPS):

About Us:

Peel Regional Police is committed to our Vision of ‘A Safer Community Together’. Everything we do is driven by our Mission, Vision, and Values and we pride ourselves in being accountable to our community. We are the third largest police service in Ontario and the fourth largest municipal police service in Canada. We serve the Region of Peel which consists of the City of Los Santos, Sandy Shores & Paleto Bay. We also serve the towns of Harmony, Grapeseed and surrounding areas.

Missions, Visions & Values

Mission: To protect the lives, property, and rights of all through service excellence and community engagement.

Vision: A Safer Community Together.

Values:

Our values are formed out of TRUST:

T - Trust is the foundation of all we do.

R - Respect for the dignity and rights of all others.

U - Understanding our community.

S - Safety through service excellence.

T - Transparency at all times.

Our Organization:

The Superintendent is the highest-ranking member of the Peel Regional Police Service and is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the Peel Regional Police Service. The organization is divided into 2 Commands: 12 Division & 21 Division, these two frontline policing divisions are overseen by 2 Inspectors. Our Specialized units are overseen by either a Staff Sergeant or Sergeant respectively.

Superintendent: E. Rodriguez

Inspector: R. Tu

Inspector: Vacant

Frontline Policing

The Peel Regional Police Service is divided into 2 Frontline policing divisions, each division is separated into 2 patrol zones. Prior to a patrol, officers are assigned a scout car and zone based on their current deployment. Our Community is comprised of a live fleet meaning that we have a set amount of scout cars and when one is damaged during patrol it is removed from service for an x amount of days and is logged in our Fleet status sheet.


12 Division

12 Division serves the city of Los Santos which is the most diverse and densely populated areas patrolled by the Peel Regional Police Service. This division is comprised of a bustling downtown core, dense suburban areas, some of the busiest ports in the region and lastly an international airport. Officers stationed at 12 division can expect very busy and dynamic shifts.

Division Commander:

Inspector R. Tu

21 Division

21 Division serves Sandy Shores, Harmony, Grapeseed & Paleto Bay. This area is comprised of small towns and large green spaces. These areas are hotspots for tourists, campers, and hunters, as a result, we often see heavier traffic on area roads. With that being said traffic safety is a priority in 21 division and officers often work with regional traffic officers and the OPP to conduct traffic safety initiatives.

Division Commander:

Vacant

Specialized Units:

Specialized Patrol officers when not on call are assigned to a patrol zone and provide assistance to frontline patrol officers.

Traffic Services Bureau

Road safety is a priority to the public and it’s one of our key strategic objectives. We are committed to improving road safety and pedestrian safety through education, enforcement, and proactive strategies. Traffic Services officers enforce the Highway Traffic Act (HTA) in an effort to change dangerous driving habits and keep our roads safe. Our Road Safety experts also use analytics to assist with investigations and to manage traffic safety concerns proactively.

Canine Unit

The Canine Unit uses canine skill sets to provide specialized support to investigations conducted by uniform patrol officers, Major Crime, Criminal Investigations Bureau, among others.

Specific support examples include:

-Searching for suspects

-Searching buildings, insecure premises or forcibly entered premises in which an intruder can easily hide -(such as office complexes, retail malls, schools, and factories)

-Determining the direction of travel of fleeing suspects

-Locating property hidden or dropped by suspects

-Conducting searches for trapped, lost or missing persons

-Providing an alternative use of force option during high-risk arrests

-Patrolling areas where the presence of the Canine Unit may act as a deterrent to criminal activity

Marine Unit

The Peel Regional Police Service Marine Unit operates out of Vespucci Beach Marina year-round. During the non-boating months of November to March, the Unit will respond to calls on the water on an emergency callout basis, as well as ice rescue situations.

PRPS Marine Unit officers are specially trained to perform a wide variety of tasks.

During the boating season, officers from the Peel Regional Police Service patrol the waterfront to promote boating safety and enforce various statutes, including:

The Canada Shipping Act

The Liquor Licence Act

The Criminal Code of Canada

The Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act

The PRPS Marine Unit responds to vessels-in-distress calls and supports the Canadian Coast Guard with overdue vessel investigations and/or search and rescue operations.

Tactical Response Unit

The Emergency Response Team (ERT) is made up of front-line police officers who have additional specialized training. They are strategically located at stations throughout the Region ready to respond on-demand.
The PRPS is recognized as having one of the premier search and rescue units in North America. The latest scientific data and equipment are utilized in the search for lost persons.

How Do I Become A Police Officer?

  • Complete Online application form
  • A PRPS recruiter will be in contact with you.
  • Set a day and time for your first interview
  • Upon a successful interview, you will be assigned as a Cadet-In-Training
  • Once a cadet successfully completes their prescribed training they would be reclassified as a provincial constable.

Please be advised that the process for becoming a Police Constable within the Project Ontario community is competitive and as such, an applicant may be declined at any stage of the process.

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Who We Are

The OPP is a division of the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services (MCSCS), the largest operational ministry in the province with a presence in every community across Ontario. We are the largest police service in Ontario and the second largest in Canada.

Our Vision

Safe Communities… A Secure Ontario

Our Mission

Committed to public safety, delivering proactive and innovative policing in partnership with our communities.

Our Values

Professionalism - Accountability - Diversity - Respect - Excellence - Leadership

What are the requirements to join?

-All Applicants to the Ontario Provincial Police must be a minimum of 16 years of age.

-All applicants must be able to speak, read and write fluent English

  • All Applicants must apply with their real first and last names to ensure higher security
  • -All Applicants must have a working microphone

Our Organization

The Sergeant Major is the highest-ranking member of the OPP and is responsible for overseeing all aspects of what the OPP does. The organization is divided into three commands: Traffic Safety and Operational Support, and Field Operations. Each of these four command areas is led by a Staff Sergeant.

Sergeant Major: E. Lemex

Staff Sergeant: J. Newman

Traffic Safety and Operational Support

What we do

Members of this command are front-line and specialized unit officers, security experts and information and technology specialists.

This command includes:

This Command is divided into two distinct units: Highway Safety Division, Field Support Bureau.

Highway Safety Division

Highway Safety Division (HSD) focuses primarily on traffic enforcement and safety. HSD employs approximately 770 uniform, civilian and auxiliary members and patrols approximately 139,000 kilometres of highway. The HSD Provincial Traffic Safety Program focuses on addressing high-risk behaviors to reduce injuries and save lives on Ontario highways, trails and waterways.

Field Support Bureau

Field Support Bureau oversees the Emergency Management Unit, Specialized Response Teams, Auxiliary Policing Program, Aviation Services, Critical Incident Response and the Offender Transportation Program.

Peel_Region_Paramedic_Services_Crest Fire & EMS

Welcome to the Peel Regional Fire & Paramedics Service. We are a team of Part-Time firefighters and Paramedics working to help those in the region of Peel. Firefighters and EMS technicians will be able to do as they please until they are called in for a Fire, or EMS situation. Applicants do not need Fire/EMS experience and will be informed on medical & firefighting techniques in their training. Just hand in an application at the fire station, and we’ll see about getting you set up as a volunteer!

icon-support-ontario Citizen’s of Ontario

What Can You Expect? As a Citizen of Ontario, you will have a wide variety of jobs and scenarios to chose from. We offer jobs from anything from a bus driver to a 24/7 CEO. We offer a lot of careers advancements till you find your dream careers.

What are the requirements to join?

-All Applicants of Citizens Of Ontario must be a minimum of 16 years of age.

-All applicants must be able to speak, read and write fluent English

  • All Applicants must apply with their real first and last names to ensure higher security
  • -All Applicants must have a working microphone

Career Opportunities

As Citizens Of Ontario, we offer many different opportunities to expand your career as a Civilian. All subdivisions jobs can be found below this message. All civilians must go through our basic training program and a probationary period before being eligible to patrol. Following successful completion of training, you will be assigned to a basic job where you will remain until you are a at least Civilian II. Once the rank of Civilian II is earned you will have the option to apply for a specialized career.

Available Specialized Career And Ranks

24/7 Convenience Store

  • CEO
  • Vice CEO -
  • Area Manager
  • General Manager
  • Team Leader
  • Cashiers
    *** Casey Highway Clearance**
  • Owner
  • Co-Owner
  • Area Manager
  • General Manager
  • Supervisor
  • Tow Truck Operator
  • Fleeca Banks
  • Ceo
  • Co CEO
  • franchise Owner
  • Financial Manager
  • Loan Officer
  • Head Teller
  • -Teller
  • Peel Customs
  • CEO
  • Vice President
  • Shop Owner
  • Shop Manager
  • Shop Supervisor
  • Mechanic

Pizza This

  • CEO
  • Vice CEO
  • -Regional Manager
  • =Area Manager
  • General Manager
  • Shift Leader
  • Team Member
  • Non-Specialize Careers
  • Barber
  • Bus driver
  • Cab driver
  • Garbage Man
  • Ects

How Do I Become A Citizens Of Ontario?

  • Complete The Online application form
  • A Civilian recruiter will be in contact with you.
  • Set a day and time for your first interview
  • Upon a successful interview, you will be assigned as a Recruit Civilian
  • Once a civilian successfully completes their training they would be reclassified as a probation Civilian

Please be advised that the process for becoming a Civilian Of Toronto within the CTRP community is competitive and as such, an applicant may be declined at any stage of the process.

Command Staff

Civilian Director - N. Johnson

Deputy Civilian Director - Vacant

Civilian Manager - Vacant

Civilian Supervisors, Vacant,

Reserve Supervisor Vacant

Community Admistration:

Excetive Mangement Team
E. Lemex
E. Rodriguez
S. Corrie
R. Tu
J. Newman

Staff Team:
N. Johnson
D. Harrington


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Project Ontario is looking for fresh blood. If you think you have what it takes, join the Project Ontario public/interview discord for more information!


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