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S.T.O.P. & Trail Patrol

STOP Patrol

In this trend-setting program, OFSC volunteers are trained by partnering police services, and sworn in as Special Constables and Provincial Offenses Officers. They then become members of the Snowmobile Trail Officers Patrol (S.T.O.P.), empowered to enforce provisions of the Motorized Snow Vehicle Act by issuing tickets or making arrests. They also assist police in sobriety enforcement. For MSVA enforcement purposes, S.T.O.P. Officers have the same authority as police officers.

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S.T.O.P. is patrolling trails in the following regions:

  • Sudbury
  • North Bay
  • Timmins
  • Sault Ste. Marie
  • Thunder Bay / Nipigon
  • Muskoka
  • Kawarthas / Haliburton
  • Simcoe County / Huronia
  • Temiskaming
  • Blind River / North Shore
  • Parry Sound
  • Pembroke
STOP Fines

OFSC Trail Patrol

Trail PatrolThe OFSC Snowmobile Trail Patrol Program commenced in 1983 at the inception of the user-pay system. Trail Patrol Officers are dedicated snowmobile club volunteers who regularly patrol Ontario’s snowmobile trails, provide valuable trailside information to snowmobilers and promote the provincial user pay system.

For the individual who desires to contribute to recreational snowmobiling a unique opportunity exists to join the Trail Patrol Program. It demands an adventurous spirit and a high degree of personal integrity. You will often deal in unstructured situations that will test your resourcefulness. For further information please contact the MSR office at 705-645-3123 or 1-800-328-7245 and we will direct you to your local Trail Patrol Instructor.

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