The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) was passed in 2005 with the goal of enhancing accessibility in the province. The information on this page outlines the measures the Guelph Police Service has introduced to improve accessibility and comply with these standards.
The Guelph Police Service respects the principles of dignity, independence, integration and equality of opportunity for all persons. As such, we aim to integrate the delivery of our services to persons with disabilities along with our normal delivery of services except when alternate measures are necessary to meet the needs of people with disabilities. The purpose of the Guelph Police Service Accessibility Plan is to describe how we provide accessible service to persons with disabilities.
Al-057, Service Provision to Persons with Disabilities
Al-065, Information and Communication Accessibility
We welcome feedback on our customer service delivery to persons with disabilities. If you have a compliment or complaint, please view Inspector of Administrative Support Services. Every person providing feedback will receive an acknowledgment:
Service Provision to Persons with Disabilities Feedback
c/o Inspector of Administrative Support Services
Guelph Police Service
15 Wyndham Street South
519-824-1212 ext. 7200
E-mail: Inspector, Administrative Support Services