Construction of the new Operational Support Facility

The Operational Support Facility (OSF), located at 8100 Mississauga Road, north of Steeles Avenue, is a new Peel Regional Police construction project that aims to enhance our service delivery for all residents and support our growing community in Peel.

With ultra-modern, sustainable design, OSF will become home to several operations such as the 9-1-1 Communications Centre, Community Safety Operations Centre, Data Analytics, ITS, Records Services, Road Safety Services and Community Safety & Well-Being.

About the Project

  • Building Area: 250,000 square footage
  • Building Size: 5 storey building
  • Ground Breaking: October 2023 
  • Early Site Work: November 2023
  • Construction: Beginning Early 2024
  • Schedule: Weekdays between 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. and occasional weekend work.
  • Open to the Public: Late 2027 to early 2028

Peel Regional Police will continue to update the community on the progress of this new building when information becomes available. The following measures are being implemented to minimize noise and inconveniences for residents in the area. We thank you for your patience and understanding.

  • Noise Control: Contractors will adhere to regulations and will not undertake work outside of permitted hours.
  • Traffic Management: Traffic control measures will be in place to ensure the safety of both residents and construction workers. Detours and alternative routes will be marked.
  • Environment: Efforts to minimize dust and debris and Regular Street cleaning will happen.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is OSF and why is PRP building it?
The OSF will house PRP critical business systems, which are currently located at 7750 Hurontario Street, a facility which is over 40 years old with dated infrastructure. The Operational Support Facility will accommodate current and future growth and in order to address the public safety needs of our communities.
What services will be available in the OSF?
The OSF is not a police division, it is a support facility.  The following areas will be relocated from Sir Robert Peel Centre to the new OSF:
  • 9-1-1 Communications
  • IT Services
  • Records
  • CSWB Services
  • Road Safety Service
  • Data Analytics Services 
When will construction be completed on the building?
Early works will commence before the end of the year and construction is expected to start early next year, with an anticipated completion in 2027.
Can you provide any further details on the building?

The OSF will be a flagship of technology and innovation purposely designed to enhance the employee-centric look and feel of the workplace and to make this an inviting work environment for our people.  It will be built to last using sustainable materials consistent with the Region of Peel’s net zero carbon commitment.  The building will have a civic presence and will aligns nicely with the commercial and residential aesthetics in the area.

Community engagement has become a central focus in policing.  Building relationships with members of the community and involving them in public safety efforts strengthens the Service’s presence and relationship with the community it services and enhances public trust.  Modernizing policing facilities to support technology offers advantages in battling crime and promotes community safety and well-being.  

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