What is the OPP Association’s Policy on adding external links to its website?
The Association may provide links to other websites. The Association hereby expressly waives any and all responsibility for the content of any of these linked websites. The inclusion of these links should not be taken as an endorsement of these linked websites by the Association or its members. The Association does not warrant the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of any information in this website or these linked websites and hereby disclaims any and all liability for any losses or damages caused, in any fashion whatsoever, as a result of such information.
How do I contact the OPP Association Credit Union?
The OPP Association Credit Union can be reached at 705-726-5656 or 1-800-461-4288. They can also be reached through their website, oppacu.com.
I have been involved in a motor vehicle collision and need to report the incident. Who should I contact?
We are not a law enforcement agency. To report a collision, please visit a collision reporting centre in your municipality.
I am attempting to obtain a criminal background check. Who should I contact?
We are not a law enforcement agency. For criminal background checks, please contact the police service of jurisdiction in your municipality.
Is the OPP Association a law enforcement agency?
No. We are the sole bargaining agent for uniform and civilian members of the Ontario Provincial Police. We are not a law enforcement agency.
What is the OPP Association?
We are the sole bargaining agent for civilian and uniform members (below the rank of inspector) of the Ontario Provincial Police. We represent members’ interests in negotiations with provincial government, promote healthy and safe work environments and advocate for betters tools, equipment and support for members suffering from operational stress injuries, among other things.