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Title: The Cornwall Community Police Service (CCPS) is a municipal force that provides policing services to the City of Cornwall and currently consists of 87 sworn police officers and 44 civilian members.

The Cornwall Community Police Service (CCPS) is a
municipal force that provides policing services
to the City of Cornwall and currently consists of
87 sworn police officers and 44 civilian members.
Our History The Cornwall Police has a history
that dates back to 1784 when Village Constables
David Wright and David Scheik walked the dusty
roads of what would become known as Cornwall and
the Townships. Although there is evidence of
Special Constables working from 1835 to 1860, the
first reference to Cornwall Police Force is dated
1860 and the first police constable of the town
was Sam Pollock. In 1882 the first Chief, Allan
Cameron was appointed. By 1900 Cornwall had three
full time police officers who had
responsibilities such as meat inspectors and tax
  • Our Mission
  • The CCPS, in partnership with our community, is
    committedto the pursuit of excellence and
    keeping our city safe.
  • Our Vision
  • A safer Cornwall for all to enjoy.
  • Our Values
  • In pursuit of our mission and vision, we believe
    in the preservation of life and property,
    teamwork, innovation, accountability, integrity,
    respect, professionalism and empathy.

The CCPS is organized into three Divisions
The Executive Services Division is responsible
for the administrative functions of the CCPS. The
Divisionis overseen by the Chief of Policeand
consists of the Deputy Chief of Police,
Executive Assistant, Human Resources/Training,
Professional Standards and Quality Assurance.
Support Services Division The Support Services
Division is responsible for providing support
to policing activities. The Division is overseen
by a Staff Sergeant in Charge who reports to
the Deputy Chief. The Division includes the Court
Bureau, the Records Bureau, Information
Technology, Property/Exhibits, and the
Field Operations Division The Field Operations
Division is responsible for operational police
functions. The Inspectorin Charge reports to the
Deputy Chief of Police. The Division includes
Community Patrol,the Crime Reduction and
Community Partnerships Unit, the Youth Services
Unit, the Station Duty Office, and Criminal
The following is a more detailed overview of the
Field Operations Division
Community Patrol Division
Crime Reduction Community Partnerships Unit
Youth Services Unit
Criminal Investigations Division (CID)
Major Crime
General Investigations
Sexual Assault Child Abuse
Street Crime Unit
Forensic Identification Unit
The jurisdiction of the CCPS encompasses an area
of 61.8 square kilometers. Policing services are
provided by the CCPS from Grants Corners, along
Cornwall Center Road and South Branch Road, up
to the west line of Locweld (local industry),
over to the International Bridge and the Grays
Creek area.
  • Alarm registration
  • Autism registry
  • Bike registry
  • Hire an officer
  • Newsletter
  • Online reporting
  • Online Police Information Checks

_at_ccpsmedia Cornwall-Community-Police
Investing in A safer Cornwall for all to enjoy.
Legislative Framework Policing in the Province
of Ontario is governed by the Police Services Act
R.S.O. 1990, Chap P.15 (the Police Services
Section 1 Police services shall be provided
throughout Ontario in accordance with the
following principles 1. The need to ensure the
safety and security of all persons and property
in Ontario. 2. The importance of safeguarding
the fundamental rights guaranteed by the Canadian
charter of rights and Freedoms and the Human
Rights Code. 3. The need for co-operation
between the providers of police services and the
communities they serve. 4. The importance of
respect for victims of crime and understanding of
their needs. 5. The need for sensitivity to the
pluralistic, multiracial and multicultural
character of Ontario society. 6. The need to
ensure that police forces are representative of
the communities they serve. Section 4 (1) Every
municipality to which this subsection applies
shall provide adequate and effective police
servicein accordance with its needs
Section 4 (2) Adequate and effective police
services must include, at a minimum, all of the
following police services 1. Crime Prevention
2. Law enforcement 3. Assistance to victims
of crime 4. Public order maintenance 5.
Emergency response Section 4 (3) In providing
adequate and effective police services, a
municipality shall be responsible for providing
all the infrastructure and administration
necessary for providing such services, including
vehicles, boats, equipment, communication
devices, buildings and supplies. Section 27(1)
There shall be a police services board for every
municipality that maintains a police force. The
Cornwall Community Police Services Board is
comprised of five members, two members of City
Council, one person appointed by City Council
but, not a member of Council, and two members
appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council.
  • Section 31 (1)
  • A board is responsible for the provision of
    adequate and effective police services in the
    municipality and shall,
  • Appoint the members of the municipal force
  • Generally determine, after consultation with the
    chief of police, objectives and priorities with
    respect to police services in the municipality
  • (c) Establish policies for the effective
    management of the police force
  • (d) Recruit and appoint the chief of police and
    any deputy chief of police, and annually
    determine their remuneration and working
    conditions, taking their submissions into account
  • (e) Direct the chief of police and monitor his or
    her performance
  • (f) Establish policies respecting the disclosure
    by chiefs of police of personal information about
  • (g) Receive regular reports from the chief of
    police on disclosures and decisions made under
    section 49 (secondary activities)
  • (h) Establish guidelines with respect to the
    indemnification of members of the police force
    for legal costs under section 50
  • (i) Establish guidelines for dealing with
    complaints made under Part V
  • (j) Review the chief of polices administration
    of the complaints system under Part V and receive
    regular reports from the chief of police on his
    or her administration of the complaints system

Section 31(2) The members of the police force,
whether they were appointed by the board or not,
are under the boards jurisdiction. Section
31(3) The board may give orders and directions
to the chief of police, but not other members of
the police force, and no individual member of the
board shall give orders or directions to any
member of the police force. Section 31(4) The
board shall not direct the chief of police with
respect to specific operational decisions or with
respect to the day-today operation of the police
force. Section 41(1) The duties of a chief of
police include, (a) In the case of a municipal
police force, administering the police force and
overseeing its operation in accordance with the
objectives, priorities and policies, established
by the board under subsection 31(1) (b)
Ensuring that members of the police force carry
out duties in accordance with this Act and the
regulations and in a manner that reflects the
needs of the community, and that discipline is
maintained in the police force (c) Ensuring
that the police force provides community oriented
police services (d) Administering the
complaints system in accordance with Part V.
Section 42(1) The duties of a police officer
include, (a) Preserving the peace (b)
Preventing crimes and other offences and
providing assistance and encouragement to other
persons in their prevention (c) Assisting
victims of crime (d) Apprehending criminals and
other offenders and others who may lawfully be
taken into custody (e) Laying charges and
participating in prosecutions (f) Executing
warrants that are to be executed by police
officers and performing related duties (g)
Performing the lawful duties that the chief of
police assigns (h) In the case of a municipal
police force and in the case of an agreement
under section 10(agreement for provision of
police services by O.P.P.), enforcing municipal
by-laws (i) Completing the prescribed training.
Community Policing
The model consists of four components
Community mobilization Crime Prevention
Safety consultation
Enforcement and crime suppression
Community Engagement Liaison
2014-16 Strategic Plan
Addiction Services of Eastern Ontario
Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service Bank of Canada
Bell Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cornwall
District Boys and Girls Club of
Cornwall/SDG C.N. Police Canada Border
Service Agency Canadian Mental Health
Association Catholic District School Board of
Eastern Ontario Centre de formation pour
adultes J'aime apprendre Centre de ressources
familiales de l'Estrie Centre de santé
Communautaire de LEstrie Centre York Centre
Child and Youth Counselling Services Child
Find Ontario Children's Aid Society
Children's Treatment Centre City of Cornwall
Club Optimiste Community Care Access Centre
Eastern Counties Conseil des Écoles publiques
de l'Est de l'Ontario Conseil scolaire de
district catholique de l'Est ontarien Cops
Rockers (Canadanet Ron Chenier Inc.)
Cornwall Community Hospital Cornwall Fire
Department Counselling and Support Services of
SDG Early Years Centre de la Petite Enfance
Eastern Ontario Education and Training Centre
Eastern Ontario Health Unit Eastern Ontario
Training Board Emergency Medical Services
(EMS) Encore Seniors' Education Centre
Équipe psycho sociale Le Village Business
Improvement Association Maison Baldwin House
Ministry of Children and Youth Services
Ontario Provincial Police Ontario Works -
Child Care Services Optimist Club Partir
d'un bon pas (Équipe Psycho Sociale) Royal
Canadian Mounted Police S.D. G.
Developmental Services Centre S.D.G.
Akwesasne Sexual Assault Response Team Seaway
Valley Tourism Sexual Assault Support Services
for Women Single Point Access - Point d'accès
unique Tri-County Literacy Council United
Way Upper Canada District School Board
Upper Canada Leger Centre for Education
Training Victim Services Youth Justice
Committee Charge Diversion Youth Justice
Services Youth Probation
  • Abuse and Sexual Assault Program (ASAP)
  • Adopt-A-Cop Program
  • Arson Prevention Program (T.A.P.P.-C)
  • Beat Patrol Program
  • Bicycle Patrol Program
  • Bicycle Registration Program
  • Bicycle Rodeo
  • Bicycle Safety Presentations
  • Bullying Prevention Presentations
  • CCPS Volunteer Program
  • Community for Sober Highways and Waterways
  • Community Mobilization Committee
  • Community Threat Assessment VTRA
  • Co-Op Internship Program
  • Cornwall Community Police Auxiliaries Program
  • Counterfeit Detection Presentations
  • Crime Reduction Through Environmental Design
  • Crime Stoppers Program
  • Cyber Bullying Presentations