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The Ontario government is investing $24 million over three years to help prevent repeat and violent offenders from committing serious crimes while out on bail. The investment is being delivered through the Bail Compliance and Warrant Apprehension (BCWA) Grant program and will help police services establish dedicated bail compliance and/or warrant apprehension teams to monitor high-risk individuals. It will also support new technology for a provincewide bail compliance monitoring system.

The following police services and Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) detachments are receiving BCWA funding:

Police service Funding amount
Barrie Police Service $1,200,000
Central Region Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and Rama Police Service $2,199,467
Chatham-Kent Police Service $1,200,000
Cornwall Police Service $1,106,763
Dryden Police Service and OPP Northwest Region (Police Service Boards of Atikokan, Fort Frances, Sioux Lookout, Shuniah, Kenora, Dryden, Red Lake, Marathon, Terrace Bay, Treaty Three Police, Anishnabek Police Service, Nishnawbe Aski Police Service) $1,875,386
Elgin County OPP $300,000
Greater Sudbury Police Service $964,250
Hamilton Police Service $1,193,409
Kawartha Lakes Police Service $417,673
London Police Service $1,200,000
Owen Sound Police Service $900,000
Sault Ste. Marie Police Service $300,000
South Simcoe Police Service $873,311
St. Thomas Police Service $1,062,862
Thunder Bay Police Service $1,133,786
Toronto Police Service and Durham Regional Police Service $2,400,000
Wellington County OPP $1,065,905
Windsor Police Service and LaSalle Police Service $2,276,438
York Regional Police Service (Two Projects) $2,400,000
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