Ontario Civilian Police Commission

[mpress_image_refresh] About the OCPC Introduction The OCPC is an independent, quasi-judicial agency. The OCPC hears appeals, adjudicates applications, conducts investigations and resolves disputes regarding the oversight and provision of policing services. The OCPC’s powers and duties come from the Police Services Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. P.15. (“PSA”) and in particular section 22(1) of the PSA. […]

OCPC: Investigations of Policing Matters

The OCPC has a broad mandate and may, on its own, or at the request of the Minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services, the Office of the Independent Police Review Director (OIPRD), municipal council, or police services board, investigate, inquire into and report on various police matters. The OCPC also has a duty to […]

OCPC: Schedule of Proceedings

Schedule of Proceedings Welcome This website posts the Hearings Lists for the Ontario Civilian Police Commission (OCPC). The List includes the party name(s), case number, short title of proceedings, and the date and time of the hearing. The hearings are held at (unless otherwise posted): 15 Grosvenor St., 2nd Floor Toronto, ON M7A 2G6 This […]

OCPC: Forms

Forms Available forms can be accessed below: Notice of Application Summons to Witness Notice of Motion Request for Leave to Appeal a Disciplinary Penalty Notice of Appeal Notice of Intent to be Heard on Appeal Note: Documents you submit to the commission are available to the public on request subject to limited exceptions.

OCPC: Appeal, Application and Hearing Process

Appeal, Application and Hearing Process Introduction The Ontario Civilian Police Commission (OCPC or “Commission”) has a diverse mandate consisting primarily of hearing appeals of police disciplinary matters. Under the Police Services Act, the Commission also has the authority to accept and adjudicate a number of different appeals and applications. This page provides an overview of […]

Important Notice

June 13, 2022 As part of our modernization initiatives, Tribunals Ontario offers most services electronically. Most applications and documents can be submitted online or by email, by mail or courier. Although our service counters are closed, the Ontario Civilian Police Commission continues to provide services to the public. Learn more.