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Windsor Police Association
548 Windsor Avenue
Windsor, ON
N9A 1J5
(519) 969-0510
(519) 969-6064 fax


Police Association of Ontario

Thank you for visiting the Windsor Police Association homepage.  The WPA is a public sector labour organization which represents all civilian and sworn members of the Windsor Police Service from Cadet to Superintendent.  As such, the Association is the sole bargaining agent for all of our nearly 630 members.  In addition to members who are currently employed, the WPA is also comprised of retired, social and honourary members.

The Windsor Police Association is a proud member of the Police Association of Ontario, as well as the Canadian Police Association.  Through our affiliation with these provincial and national organizations, the WPA can be active in law and order issues, not only within our City, but also across the country.   While police associations strive to ensure our members are fairly represented, we also understand the importance of safe communities for all families.  The WPA is proud to be part of initiatives, both with the PAO and CPA, which encourages the government to provide safe neighbourhoods for all Canadians.

Locally, the Windsor Police Association is active in supporting community needs.  In addition to the many countless hours that WPA members spend volunteering their time, the Association also donates thousands of dollars annually to charitable organizations.  The WPA is pleased to be associated with likeminded groups who work towards the betterment of the citizens of Windsor.

The Windsor Police Association is proud to represent our membership.  WPA members, both civilian and sworn, work diligently around the clock to keep our city safe.  The WPA remains committed to providing the best representation for its members, while continuing to serve the broader community.

Jason DeJong

President, Windsor Police Association

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Last Updated: 30.03.14