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Halton Police Auxiliary

Be An Auxiliary Officer

**We are currently accepting applications for the Auxiliary Police Unit. Please visit the Apply Now page to begin the application process.**

Information Sessions

To learn more about the training, selection process and commitment requirements for becoming an Auxiliary Officer, please attend our upcoming information session.

  • August 20, 2018 – Cafeteria, 1151 Bronte Rd., Oakville, 7 - 9pm

Registration is required for attendance. Please contact AuxiliaryPolicing@haltonpolice.ca to register.

The Halton Regional Police Service Auxiliary Policing Services Unit was founded in 1989 and is comprised of trained civilian volunteers.

It is a demanding but rewarding activity where satisfaction is derived from making a significant contribution to the safety and wellbeing of the community at large.

Halton Regional Police Service Auxiliary Officers:

  • Support the work of regular police officers on local crime prevention initiatives
  • Participate in ground searches for lost or missing persons
  • Volunteer at numerous, large-scale, annual events throughout the year such as:
    • The Burlington Sound of Music Festival
    • Special Friends Day
    • Toys for Tots
  • Accompany frontline Halton Regional Police Service police officers on weekend patrols

Our 50 Auxiliary Officers average over 5,000 hours of volunteer hours annually in support of the Halton Regional Police Service and the communities we serve.

Apply for the Halton Regional Police Service Auxiliary Policing Unit.

Auxiliary Graduation Photos

2018 Graduation

For more information on the Halton Regional Police Service Auxiliary Policing Unit, contact:

Sergeant Ric Judson