Foundation Created to Honour Ontario Police Officers
Durham Regional Police Association presents cheque for $25,000 to the Ontario Police Memorial Foundation.
Golf Tournament
Wednesday, August 22, 2018 Deer Creek Golf Club All proceeds to the Ontario Police Memorial Foundation
GOLD Standard Care at Lakeridge Health
Durham Regional Police Association matched donations from the public and raised over $100,000
DRPA Building
Durham Regional Police Association Building

Welcome to the Durham Regional Police Association website.

The DRPA represents in excess of 800 Uniform Members, and approximately 300 Civilian Members, which includes about 15% Part-time. This home page and linked pages are available for the Public, our Members can access the ‘members only’ pages with a username and password.

Safer Ontario Act – Bill 175 

 Across Ontario, police officers work hard to keep your community and family safe.

Ontario’s professional police support initiatives that enhance transparency, build public trust, and provide appropriate oversight, while ensuring that officers are able to do their jobs effectively.

But the Government of Ontario has proposed new policing legislation, Bill 175, that threatens to put public safety at risk by preventing police officers from doing their jobs and limiting due process for officers. The Bill could allow municipalities and the local police services board to:

  • Privatize police duties – like K-9, bomb disposal, crime scene analysis and surveillance activities – in criminal investigations

  • Fire police officers who are injured on the job

  • Prevent police officers from fairly responding to internal complaints

We need your help to ensure that Bill 175 does not impact your community’s safety. Your support will help ensure Bill 175 is corrected so police services can continue to protect you, your family and your community.

Send a message to the Ontario Government to let them know we need to keep police professionals working for public safety.

Ontario Police Memorial Golf Tournament

The 8th Annual Ontario Police Memorial Golf Tournament will be here before you know it, and spots are starting to fill up.

Over the past seven years, we have raised more than $171,000 for the memorial. The overwhelming support from the community, businesses, police associations and golfers throughout all of Ontario has been amazing and we continue to reach out to our community to help us reach our target.

The tournament was created to acknowledge police officers who put their lives on the line every day and to remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. Please visit the Ontario Police Memorial Foundation (OPMF) website at for more information about the foundation.

Our tournament will be held on Wednesday, August 22, 2018 at Deer Creek Golf Club, 2700 Audley Road North, Ajax Ontario. Tee off is at 1:00 p.m. and check-in begins at 11:30 a.m. All five courses have been booked again this year so we have room for 360 golfers. The cost for this year’s tournament is $800 for a foursome, which includes, round of golf, cart, lunch and dinner, prize package, a bag of goodies courtesy of Sobeys and much more.

The tournament is open to police officers, civilians and members of the community. Please fill out the registration form and attach a cheque payable to: Durham Regional Police Association.

Police Moms 

The PAO launched Ontario Police Moms, a social media campaign aimed at increasing positive sentiment about the police services by sharing as many personal stories as possible.

Video 1 – The Hardest Part
Video 2 – Gerda’s Story
Video 3 – The Best Part of the Job
Video 4 – What Makes Them Who They Are


Feel free to browse our public pages. We have information about upcoming events, newsworthy articles and board contact information. Please send us your feedback to if there is anything you would like to share or see changed.

DRPA Building
DRPA Building

Uniform and Civilian Members

‘Members Only’ pages can be accessed by clicking the “Member Login” at the right of this page. Your login information will be sent to your mail account. Check your e-mail account. Your access to the members content must be approved by the Office before you can browse the ‘Members Only’ pages. You can then return to the site and login. Once logged in, you will be able to browse the ‘Members Only’.
Your comments are also welcome via e-mail at

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