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615 Dundas St.
Woodstock, ON N4S 1E1
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The Police Services Act establishes a partnership between the Woodstock Police Service ,the Woodstock Police Services Board, the public and the Ontario Civilian Commission on Police Services (OCCPS).
The emphasis of the "Complaints" portion of the Act is to resolve complaints in a timely, professional, and where possible, informal manner.
On October 19, 2009, the Office of the Independent Police Review Director (OIPRD) came into effect. This is an arms-length agency of the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General, staffed entirely by civilians. The OIPRD is responsible for receiving monitoring and dealing with all public complaints against police in the province of Ontario.
The Woodstock Police Service Professional Standards Branch investigates:
- conduct complaints filed pursuant to Part V of the Police Services Act,
- complaints about the services, provided by the Woodstock Police Service,
- complaints about the policies of the Police Service,
- complaints and serious discipline issues concerning non-sworn members
We can assure you that your complaint will be investigated thoroughly and impartially.
Filing a Complaint:
If you wish to file a public complaint you may:
- come in person to Woodstock Police Headquarters, 615 Dundas St., Woodstock, Ontario to speak to the on-duty supervisor, or,
- submit a written complaint by mail to the mailing address below, or,
- download a standard public complaint form from the website operated by the Office of the Independent Police Review Director at www.oiprd.on.ca and return to the OIPRD via email, facsimile transmission or regular mail to
Office of the Independent Police Review Director
655 Bay St.
Toronto, ON M5G 2K4
Toll Free Fax: 1-877-415-4773 | Fax: 1-416-327-8332 | Toll Free Phone: 1-877-411-4773
Crime Stoppers is a registered, non-profit charitable organization, structured as a working alliance between the Community, the Media and the various Police agencies. The program provides a medium for tipsters wishing to remain anonymous to provide valuable information to assist the Police in their investigations.
If you have any information on a crime, you may call Crime Stoppers at 519-421-TIPS (8477) or submit a tip ONLINE. Callers out of the Woodstock or Ingersoll area may call toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). Crime Stoppers callers never have to identify themselves or give evidence in court and are eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.00.
CRIME STOPPERS DOES NOT SUBSCRIBE TO CALL DISPLAY
How does it work?
Crime Stoppers encourages people to call with information to solve crimes already committed, crimes about to occur or wanted persons.
Tipsters calling Crime Stoppers are assigned a confidential code number. The identity of the tipster is never known and their contact with the Program is by means of their confidential code number. Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to Call Display and the phone lines are not recorded.
All Tipsters calling the Crime Stoppers line are eligible to a cash reward up to $2000.00. The type of crime solved, number of arrests, etc. will determine the amount of the award.
How is Crime Stoppers Funded?
Rewards are not funded by tax dollars. Money for the operation of Crime Stoppers and rewards is raised from the private sector by Members of the Board of Crime Stoppers . The Board is comprised of citizens throughout the county.