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Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA)

York Regional Police is proud to comply with all standards legislated by the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

We want to hear from you. Feedback about York Regional Police accessibility practices should be directed to:

Alicia Lauzon
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Bureau
47 Don Hillock Dr.
Aurora, ON L4G 0S7
Phone: 1-866-876-5423 ext. 7643
TTY: 1-800-668-0398

Alternate formats

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York Regional Police is committed to providing accessible document formats such as large typeface documents or audible CD-ROMS. When providing an alternate format is not possible, York Regional Police will provide an explanation for the lack of an alternate format, and an accessible summary of the document, as soon as possible.

To request a document in an alternate format, please contact:

Corporate Communications Bureau
47 Don Hillock Drive
Aurora, ON L4G 0S7
1-866-876-5423 ext. 7677

Communication support

If you require communication support, like an American Sign Language interpreter, to participate in a York Regional Police event, please contact the organizer of the event.

Multi-Year Accessibility Plan

The York Region Multi-Year Accessibility Plan outlines how the region is going to meet the requirements of the AODA and remove barriers to accessibility in York Region's programs, services and facilities. Regional council approved a new plan November 23, 2023.

Read the 2023 to 2027 Multi-Year Accessibility Plan.

Accessibility Status Report

The Accessibility Status Report is the annual update that York Region, York Regional Police and York Regional Police Services Board must provide on the measures taken to implement the Multi-Year Accessibility Plan.

Read the York Region 2022 Accessibility Status Report.

Provincial compliance 

The 2020 Provincial Accessibility Compliance Report is available to the public upon request.