Diversity 
 
 
The Halton Regional Police Service is a recognized leader for its award-winning efforts to reach out to the diverse communities it serves.
 
The HRPS recognizes that Halton Region is a mosaic of people who not only bring differences and uniqueness to our community, but contribute to making Canada the rich and wonderful country it is today.
 
As such, the Service is continually working to build links with Halton Region's many community, cultural and faith-based groups.
 
With support from a dedicated Diversity-Equity-Inclusion Coordinator and Diversity Team members, the Halton Regional Police Service partners with community groups such as the Halton Multicultural Council (HMC) to enhance understanding and foster relationships between the police and all members of the public.
 
We invite you to take a moment to learn more about the wealth of Diversity Programs and award-winning work offered by the Halton Regional Police Service, including:

  • Police Ethnic and Cultural Education Program (PEACE), a 11-week program for high school students between the ages of 15-18, to help them develop more positive relationships with police, and improve their cultural proficiency, communication and leadership skills.

Useful Links:

Halton Multicultural Council (HMC)

Did You Know?

Halton Regional Police Service employees speak more than 15 languages.