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SERVING MEMBERS SINCE 1947

The London Police Association is a union equivalent labour organization representing over 800 members of the London Police Service. The LPA was formed in 1947 to represent and protect the sworn Officers and civilian staff of the London Police Service. The LPA ensures the Service remains fiscally competitive, improves working conditions for our members, and promotes the mutual interests of the Active Membership.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE

Welcome to the London Police Association website. Our new website is a place for those interested in learning more about what the London Police Association does for its members and the London community. Our Association is the collective voice of the Sworn officers and civilian members of the London Police Service. We are united in our goal to protect the community and the members we serve.  Continue Reading…

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Big THANK YOU to London Police Association for sponsoring our Gala & Awards Night. Through your generous support we can bring this event to life and continue the work we do!

We look forward to seeing you for a great night of fun!
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Gita Canaran has devoted her professional life to serving members who suffer from PTSD. Her services are invaluable to our members and her perspective helps us better understand what members can do to work through their traumas. ... See MoreSee Less

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Gita is an excellent Psychologist and has helped many first responders. She “gets it”. There are many good clinicians out there that can help us but you have to do your homework to see if they understand the complexities of what a first responder faces. Do they understand how our work impacts every portion of our lives, family, health, addictions, workplace stresses including WSIB and sanctuary trauma caused by our organizations. The most important is do I like and trust this person that is helping me. If you are trying to find one and don’t know where to start ask someone who you trust.

Thanks so much for the good work you’ve done with our first responders. We have worked together as colleagues and I can say that you are well-respected in the field of trauma therapy.

Gita has been a colleague and friend for many years. I've seen her thrive in every situation and help a lot of people in a meaningful way. She is an example for me in my own professional work and I appreciate all that she does!

Dilnaz Garda suffered a personal tragedy at the hands of PTSD. She has made it her mission to support others in similar situations. If you're a first responder or your loved one is a first responder, Canada Beyond The Blue is a tremendous resource to support your mental health! ... See MoreSee Less

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I am very grateful for Canada Beyond The Blue, they have helped a lot in times of great need. There are many supports for first responders out there, very little support for our families.

Thanks so much Del for so clearly articulating the barriers for accessing mental health support and steps to take to give members a voice and the support they need. Ur most recent support to a spouse was helpful and appreciated.

Thanks for sharing this Rick

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