Below is a listing of the various document types that are available.

Accessibility Reports

The Peel Regional Police strives to provide services that are accessible to all people in compliance with the Customer Service Standard of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. 

Please contact the Accessibility Coordinator with your comments and feedback. Contact may be made in a variety of methods including mail, telephone, TTY, fax, email, or in person at any Division or Community Station. A response will be provided within 30 days.

Mailing Address:

Peel Regional Police
7750 Hurontario Street
Brampton, Ontario
L6V 3W6

Attention: Accessibility Coordinator, Corporate Services

Telephone: 905-453-3311 ext. 4730

TTY: 905-451-1196

Fax: 905-456-6108


Documents in Accessible Format

Peel Regional Police is proud to ensure that our organization conforms to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).  We are working diligently to carry over all documents to the new website that are associated to this act and all related standards.  In the meantime, if you require any information or forms please send your request to the Accessibility Co-ordinator.

Accessibility Feedback

To assist you in providing feedback, you may use the Accessibility Feedback form that is available on the Peel Regional Police website and also in hardcopy at all Divisions and Community Stations.

This process is intended to provide feedback regarding accessibility issues and is not for public complaints.

Contact Information

Providing your contact information is optional, and where provided, will be kept confidential. Your information will only be used to contact you to address your accessibility needs and inform you of the steps taken to resolve issues.

Helpful Resources

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Information

Accessibility for Persons with Hearing Loss

A person with hearing loss can call for police service as follows:

  • Emergency calls can be made from a T.T.Y. by calling 9-1-1 and pressing the space bar until you receive a response;
  • Non-emergency calls can be made to our T.T.Y. Line (905) 451-1196 which is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Accommodation requests for ASL interpreter service can be made to any police officer. Anytime an accommodation request has been made, every effort shall be made to facilitate the request.

Where interpreter services are provided, they shall be provided free of charge.

Accessibility Status Reports

Peel Regional Police Accessibility Status Report 2020

Peel Regional Police Accessibility Status Report 2019

Multi-Year Accessibility Plans

Peel Regional Police Multi-Year Accessibility Plan 2019-2023

Annual Reports

Annual Reports

We pride ourselves in sharing information with the public about the things we do to achieve our Vision of A Safer Community Together. Every year there are a number of reports that we produce to report on, and share our progress, with the peel Police Services Board, Peel Regional Council and members of our community. 

The Annual Report is a yearly report that contains a considerable amount of information on crime statistic data, organizational statistics, workload trends and awards received. The new Five Year Statistical Report contains statistical data and comparison from year to year for a five year period. 

2022 Annual Report
2022 - Five Year Statistical Report - Divisional Data

2021 Annual Report
2021 - Five Year Statistical Report - Divisional Data

2020 Annual Report

2019 Annual Report
2019 - Five Year Statistical Report - Divisional Data

Regional Council Presentation

On June 25, 2020, we presented an Overview and Status Report to Regional Council.

2020 Overview & Status Report

Community Stakeholder Surveys

Since 1994, Peel Regional Police has regularly consulted the residential community in Brampton and Mississauga through a survey of community attitudes and opinions, for input into the current and future delivery of policing services. In 2002, the survey process was expanded to include the business community. The most recent random sample residential and business community surveys were completed in 2023. An open-link, online community survey was also conducted.

Residential and Business Community Surveys

Criminal Code
Justice Laws Website – Criminal Code
Equal Opportunity Plan

2022 Equal Opportunity Report

2021 Equal Opportunity Report

2020 Equal Opportunity Report

2019 Equal Opportunity Report

Equity & Inclusion Bureau

The Equity & Inclusion Bureau's staffing complement is comprised of one detective and seven constables. The bureau's mission is dedicated to addressing various needs within our multicultural community by supporting community initiatives, promoting inclusivity, implementing outreach programs, developing relationships by engaging community members, providing educational training and mediating in times of crisis. The Equity & Inclusion Bureau is also responsible for conducting reviews of all hate/bias motivated crimes and incidents in the Region of Peel, while also developing and facilitating training within this context.

Diversity Scholarship 2021

The Peel Regional Police (PRP) is pleased to announce the availability of scholarships for graduating secondary school students who attends a secondary school in Brampton or Mississauga. These scholarships are made possible through money raised hosting community events such as the Race Against Racism. For more information about the Information Package and Application, view the Information Package and Application or contact the Equity and Inclusion unit.

Emergency Services Introduction to New Canadians

We have published a book with the assistance of Fire Services and Paramedic Services; it is called Emergency Services Introduction to New Canadians. This is a very handy book for new immigrants that arrive to Canada and contains general information that each service uses to train the general public.

For a copy of the 'Emergency Services Introduction to New Canadians' guide, contact Regional Community Mobilization, Community Engagement by email or 905-453-2121 extension 3604.


Corporate Forms

Accessibility Feedback

Proud to be Peel – Compliment a PRP Employee

Crime Prevention

Crime Prevention Academy Registration - TBA.

Cyber Academy Registration - TBA. 

Operation Identification Registration Form (For Residences)

Operation Provident Registration Form (For Businesses)

Robbery Prevention and Survival Techniques Kit

Presentations Request Form

Shop Theft Release Report 

Shop Theft Fax Cover Sheet


Records Services

Please note: At this time, we are not open to the public. We are only completing record checks through the online application. Results stemming from Record Check applications will be returned to applicants either via Email (Softcopy) or via Paper (Hardcopy).

If you require a Criminal Record Check, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check or a Vulnerable Sector Check please apply online by clicking on the following button:

Apply Online for a Record Check




Online applications for the position of Auxiliary Officer currently not available. Please check back at a later date.  


Financials and Reporting

Our Annual Budget - 2024

Chief Nishan Duraiappah is pleased to announce the approval of the Peel Regional Police 2024 Budget which totals $605.3 million.

Capital Budget

Peel Regional Police operates within a 2024 ten-year capital plan of $1.3 billion.

View the Police 2024 Budget Document.

View the presentation to Regional council - 2024 Budget that was presented on November 16, 2023.


Inclusivity Assessment

The Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion (CCDI) has completed its inclusivity assessment of Peel Regional Police. CCDI was selected by the Regional Municipality of Peel Police Services Board in May of 2017.


Our Chief’s Management Group welcomed the review, participated in the process and encouraged employees to be involved. On March 22, 2019, the report was presented to, and accepted by the Board.



View our organization chart
Strategic Plan

The 2024-2027 Strategic Plan is the result of extensive collaboration and thoughtful deliberation with our membership, PPSB and community partners. It sets the roadmap for our service and members for the next four years as we undertake critical initiatives to provide effective policing in our vibrant and unique community. At its core, our plan reinforces our commitment and vision of building A Safer Community Together by highlighting excellence and partnership as vital pillars of our service.

The 2024-2027 Strategic Plan is guided by the three goals:

  • Our Community – Achieve community safety and well-being in collaboration with others
  • Our People – Foster an inclusive, engaged and progressive workplace
  • Our Work – Ensure accountability, equity and innovative service excellence

View the complete 2024-2027 Strategic Plan

View the 2024-2027 Strategic Plan One-Page Summary

Use of Force Reporting

To overcome systemic barriers in policing, the Government of Ontario mandated all police services in the province to collect race-based data in use of force incidents.

Peel Regional Police is committed to dismantling racial inequities within policing, to building trust and improving outcomes for communities through professionalism, understanding and compassion.

View the full 2021 Annual Use of Force report here.

For further information and reference, please access the following documents:

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