The Peel Regional Police Chief's Ceremonial Unit was founded in 1991.  Also known as the Honour Guard, the Chief's Ceremonial Unit is made up of approximately 40 sworn police officers. Members volunteer their time at various functions throughout the year. Their mandate is to participate in community and special events, memorials, police funerals and to represent the Chief and Peel Regional Police locally and internationally.

Annual events include the Ontario Police Memorial held at Queen's Park in Toronto, the National Memorial in Ottawa and the Washington Memorial held in Washington, D.C. The Honour Guard assists the Service at award ceremonies, such as promotions, police graduations and other significant police and public events, including Remembrance Day parades, presentation of colours and other functions as directed by the Chief of Police.

The Honour Guard also participates in various drill competitions and provides on-going support to our members, the community, and the policing profession.  The members of the Honour Guard are dedicated officers who perform their duties with the highest degree of honour, respect and dignity at local, national and international levels.

Photo Gallery: Chiefs Ceremonial Unit Washington will appear here on the public site.

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