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Ontario Provincial Police Headquarters

OPP HQ-Lincoln M. Alexander Building

Ontario Provincial Police Headquarters (Lincoln M. Alexander Building) is the main administration offices for the Ontario Provincial Police in Orillia, Ontario.

This building has been the first permanent home and built specifically to house OPP General Headquarters since 1922.

Contents

  • Ontario Provincial Police Museum 1
  • Historical HQ Buildings 1922-1995 2
  • Gallery of Former Headquarters 3
  • References 4

Ontario Provincial Police Museum

The building has a small gift shop and museum on the ground floor which are open to the public as all other sections are off limits. The museum displays vehicles, uniforms and other artifacts relating to the OPP since 1909.

Historical HQ Buildings 1922-1995

Opened in 1995, the building is the latest of several buildings to house the OPP.

Gallery of Former Headquarters

References

  1. ^ http://www.opp100.ca/English/media/documents/backgrounder_long_eng.pdf
  2. ^ http://thetorontoblog.com/2011/07/17/ripe-for-redevelopment-will-offices-or-condos-rise-from-the-demolition-dust-at-90-harbour-street/

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