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Regional Headquarters

Regional Headquarters
2485 North Service Road West, Oakville, Ontario, L6M 3H8
Operating Hours: 8:00am - 4:00pm





Note: The above email address is not monitored 24/7. Call 9-1-1 in an emergency.


Opened on September 24, 2018, the new Halton Regional Police Service Headquarters is centrally located near the intersection of Bronte and North Service Road W. in southwest Oakville with easy access to the QEW.

More than 300 civilian employees and uniform Service members work out of HRPS Headquarters.

The Halton Regional Police Service Headquarters is commanded by:

Chief Stephen Tanner

Chief Stephen Tanner

905-825-4747 ext. 4700

Chief Stephen J. Tanner reports to the Halton Regional Police Services Board, and similar to a CEO, he ensures the effective and efficient operation of all components of the Service.

In addition to leading the Service, Chief Tanner is also a police officer, and holds all responsibilities and rights afforded that role, including preserving the peace, preventing crimes, assisting victims of crime, apprehending criminals and other offenders and executing warrants.

Deputy Chief Roger Wilkie

Deputy Chief Roger Wilkie

905-825-4747 ext. 4702

Deputy Chief Roger Wilkie began his career with the Halton Regional Police Service in 1996 and currently serves as the Deputy Chief of Regional Operations. Throughout his career he has served in uniform operations in Milton, Halton Hills, Burlington and Oakville. He has also worked in the Drug Unit, Mobile Surveillance Unit, Homicide Unit, Criminal Investigations Bureau, Domestic Violence Unit and as the Executive Officer to the Deputy Chief.

As a proud resident of the Halton Region, Deputy Chief Wilkie is committed to his community through various volunteer activities. Over the years he has sat on a number of victim-based committees to enhance service delivery and he currently volunteers as the Chair of the Executive Board of Directors for the Reach Out Centre for Kids (ROCK).

Deputy Chief Nishan Duraiappah

Deputy Chief Nishan (Nish) Duraiappah

905-825-4747 ext. 4722

Deputy Chief Nishan (Nish) Duraiappah was first exposed to Halton Police as high school student participating in the Service’s Police Ethnic and Cultural Education Program. This experience caused him to pursue policing as a profession. He began his career with the Halton Police in December 1995, and as a constable served several years in uniformed patrol in the Towns & Cities of Milton, Halton Hills and Burlington as well in their general investigative divisions.

Throughout his career he has worked in the Regional Drug & Morality Bureau, Guns & Gangs Unit, District Criminal Investigations and with the RCMP Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit. He has also had a strong commitment with many of the Region’s diverse, cultural, and faith communities as the Halton Police Diversity & Cultural Relations Coordinator.