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Police Services

Ontario Provincial Police

O.P.P. members are responsible for traffic safety on Ontario’s roadways, waterways and trails, policing more than 922,752 square kilometres of land and 110,398 square kilometres of waterways, including the Township of North Dundas.

Click here to access the O.P.P.’s website for information on these services.

SDG Police Services Board – False Alarm Program

You are reminded that the United Counties for Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry Police Services Board have initiated an alarm registration program.

Click here to access the SDG Police Services Board’s website for further information regarding this program. The website contains Alarm User Registration Forms and the Alarm By-Law. All alarm users must register or be subject to a $200.00 fine. For more information, please contact Steve Perkins, Alarm Co-ordinator United Counties of S,D&G. at 613-534-2223, ext. 2102.

Emergency Management

Click the link to download a copy of the 2017 Township of North Dundas Emergency Response Plan.

Are you prepared for an emergency?

  • Most Canadians do not realize that they have a responsibility for taking care of their basic needs of protecting life and property during the first 72 hours of an emergency.
  • Prepare now! Insure the well-being of you and your family by preparing a basic emergency survival kit. See the emergency preparedness kit document below to see how you can get more prepared for the unexpected. Visit www.redcross.ca/ready for more information.

Red Cross

Is our township prepared for an emergency?

  • Each community along with private sector partners is required to develop and implement an emergency management program tailored to local needs in order to protect the lives and property of their citizens.
  • Ontario’s Emergency Management Act requires each municipality’s emergency management program to conform to a set of regulations developed by Emergency Management Ontario. These statutory requirements create a liability regime with respect to how the township must mitigate (prevent), prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergency situations within its jurisdiction.
  • The township’s emergency management program is based on a hazard identification and risk assessment. This approach seeks to create a disaster-resilient community. Each year requires a review of the hazard identification and risk assessment as well as all other components of the township’s emergency management program.
  • A Framework for Community Emergency Management Programs is the standard for community emergency management programs in Ontario. This standard is based on recommended international best practices. The Framework document divides the community program into three levels: Essential, Enhanced, and Comprehensive. Each of these levels is interconnected and creates a foundation for the one that follows.
  • Components of the township’s emergency management program include but are not limited to:
    • Designated community emergency management coordinator
    • Community emergency management program committee
    • Approved emergency response plan
    • Emergency operations centres
    • Identification of critical infrastructure
    • Community emergency response capability
    • Annual training of those involved
    • Annual exercise to evaluate the emergency response plan
    • Emergency information staff
    • Emergency management public awareness and education program
    • Annual review of the community emergency management program
Your township is committed to creating a disaster-resilient community through its community emergency management program.