Ontario Provincial Police | Police Provinciale De L'Ontario
If you require immediate emergency assistance please call 9-1-1 or 1-888-310-1122.
Si vous avez besoin d'aide immédiatement, composez le 9-1-1.
Calls for Police Service - O.P.P. 24 hr Toll Free | Appels de service de police - Ligne sans frais, 24 heures1-888-310-1122 | 1-888-310-1133 (TTY)
Police Services are provided by the Ontario Provincial Police 24 hours a day with a staff of 37 uniformed officers, 2 civilian employees and 3 Special Constables. Our local volunteer Fire department is well-equipped. Ambulances are on call and ready to provide immediate service 24 hours daily. All of the emergency services are accessible through the 911 services for Larder Lake.
If you do call 9-1-1 for an emergency:
- Give your exact location. Include address and town or city as this will enable call taker to either handle the information or transfer you to the proper 9-1-1 centre
- Give your telephone number including the area code
- Advise the nature of your call
- Listen to the call takers instructions - depending on the location and type of incident, you may be transferred
- Stay on the line until advised to hang up
911 can save your life and you can help save lives too!
When To Call 911
Call 9-1-1 to:
- stop a crime
- report a fire
- save a life
- in any Emergency situation whenever police, fire or ambulance assistance is required immediately
If you are unsure, call 9-1-1 and the communicator will make the final determination
Do Not Call 9-1-1 to:
- report a hydro outage
- check weather or highway conditions
- obtain government information
- for directory assistance
- for information about school closings, road conditions, directions, etc.
Use these numbers instead:
- 1-888-310-1122 - O.P.P. 24 hr toll-free
- 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) - Crimestoppers
- 1-800-268-4686 - MTO Road Info.
- 4-1-1 - Directory Assistance
- 1-888-310-1133 - O.P.P., TDD/TTY telephone for the deaf
Your 911 call will be answered...
"911, Do you require Police, Fire or Ambulance"
When you reply with one of the above you will be instantly transferred to the agency you requested.
When you call 911 to report an emergency, the Communicator will ask you these basic questions:
- "Where is this happening?"
- "When did this happen?"
- "What is happening now? Why?"
- "Who is involved?"
- "Did you see any weapons or any mention of weapons?"
Kirkland Lake OPP Detatchment
P.O. Box 234
26 Duncan Avenue, North
Kirkland Lake, ON P2N 3H7