Halton Regional Police Service

Site: Oakville - Headquarters

Service: Youth Programs

Record #: OAK5176
Last Full Update: 09 Oct 2023

Contact Information

Office Phone Non-emergency: Local 905-825-4777;  
Calling from North Halton 905-878-5511 or 519-853-2111
TTY Phone 1-800-990-8199
Fax 905-825-9416
E-Mail info@haltonpolice.ca
Website www.haltonpolice.ca/en/staying-safe/youth-engagement.aspx
Social Media Facebook Facebook, Instagram Instagram, LinkedIn LinkedIn, Twitter Twitter, YouTube YouTube
Primary Contact Sergeant Richard Judson; Phone: 905-825-4777 ext 4727

Description and Service Details

Description (Service)

The service offers a number of community initiatives for youth in Halton Region:

Children's Safety Village

  • a miniature town with buildings, paved roads, traffic signals, railroad crossing and sidewalks on a 1.5 acre site adjacent to Police Headquarters
  • free field trips to Kindergarten - Grade 3 classes in Halton Region
  • village is not open to the general public 
  • for more information visit the website or contact Sgt. Jacqueline Ross at 905-878-4747 ext 5245 or email jacqueline.ross@haltonpolice.ca 

PEACE (Police Ethnic And Cultural Education Youth Leadership Program) 

  • for high school students
  • students improve their cultural proficiency, communication and leadership skills
  • for more information visit the website, contact your High School Liaison Officer or call Sgt. Jacqueline Ross at 905-825-4747 ext 5245 or email jacqueline.ross@haltonpolice.ca 

Youth In Policing Initiative (Y.I.P.I.)

  • available to 8-10 high school students annually
  • students participate in various sections of the police services, support community initiatives and learn valuable life and employment skills
  • for more information visit the website  

Youth Advisory Council

  • advises HRPS on how policies, programs and outreach are impacting youth living in Halton Region
  • assists in shaping current programs and initiatives in a way to enhance and better support and serve youth in the community

T.R.A.C.K. (Teen Random Acts of Community Kindness)

  • a volunteer program for youth ages 13 – 18 who want to work with police to make a difference in their community
  • participants work alongside police officers and community partners to help promote sustainable life-skills, self-esteem, leadership, diversity, kindness, respect, trust and responsibility while completing fun and meaningful acts of kindness
  • registration is required and a waiver must be completed
  • for more information contact Sgt. Jacqueline Ross at 905-825-4747 ext 5245 or email jacqueline.ross@haltonpolice.ca

ProAction Cops & Kids Programs

  • for youth aged 13-18
  • building positive relationships between police officers and youth in the Region of Halton
  • a variety of programs are run throughout the year providing youth with different opportunities to build leadership skills, form new relationships, gain self confidence and have fun
  • for more information visit the Halton Police website

Administration Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm

Areas Served Halton Region
Eligibility Eligibility requirements vary depending on the program

Call or visit website for details

Languages English
Fees None

Site Information

Located In Community Oakville
Address & Map
Halton Regional Police Service Headquarters
2485 North Service Rd W
Oakville, ON L6M 3H8
View Google Map
Intersection Bronte Rd S (Regional Rd 25) and North Service Rd
Mailing Address c/o Education Services
Physical Access Fully Accessible

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