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Wilfrid Laurier University Leaf
March 30, 2015

Canadian Excellence

Wilfrid Laurier University Special Constable Service personnel are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays. Special Constables will respond to all calls for service and are dispatched on a priority basis through our office located in the Student Services Building across from the Dining Hall. Administration offices are located at 232 King Street N. If you require assistance or wish to report a crime, please call ourCommunication Centreat (519) 885-3333 or internally at extension 3333. All payphones on campus allow for a free call to our office, or you may use an emergency pole located throughout campus if you require immediate emergencyassistance.

Our Brantford office is located at 45 Market Street in Brantford and they can be reached by dialing 5888.


Wilfrid Laurier University Special Constable Service is committed to:

  • The prevention of crime, education, customer service, encouraging partnerships and the protection of rights which will enhance the quality of life for our students, faculty, staff and visitors.
  • Using the Neighbourhood Policing Model to solve and prevent crime through education and the formation of partnerships to make Wilfrid Laurier a safer place to learn, live and work

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People at Laurier

Peter Jorg, Special Constable Service Peter started his career in 1975 with the Ontario Provincial Police where he served in Southern and Northwestern Ontario in the areas of general law enforcement, marine patrol and coach officer training new recruits. He also spent a couple of years working security in the gold mining industry in Northwestern Ontario. In 1989, Peter joined the Community Safety & Security Department (formerly known as Security Services) and served as a special constable, supervisor and manager. He enjoys speaking to groups about safety and security issues so if you would like Peter to talk to your group please feel free to contact him anytime. Off duty, Peter enjoys spending time with family and friends and is active in showing and breeding Saint Bernard dogs and making wine.

Peter Jorg
Special Constable Service