Legislative Protective Service

The Legislative Protective Service provides a full range of in-house security and protective services to the legislative precinct under the direction of the Sergeant-at-Arms. The legislative precinct represents the main Legislative Building, its grounds, and the Whitney Block.




Careers in the Legislative Protective Service

Our employees are talented and committed to their work. 

Visit Working in the Legislative Protective Service to learn about our hiring process and the types of roles available.

View the Assembly's job postings to see if we are currently hiring in the LPS. 

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Structure and governance

Learn about the LPS organizational structure.

There are several legislative authorities that give the LPS its powers to act:

  • the Legislative Assembly Act
  • the Legislative Assembly’s standing orders
  • an order-in-council
  • the Criminal Code
  • Parliamentary Privilege
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Learn more

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Coming to the Legislature? View Plan your visit for more information, including details on the visitor screening process, prohibited items, and protocols for watching the Legislature from the public galleries.

Want to see the LPS at work? Visit our photo gallery.

Contact us

Legislative Protective Service

Tel: 416-325-1114

For inquiries about LPS recruiting or job opportunities, please email lpsrecruiting@ola.org.

Room NB01
North Wing, Main Legislative Building, Queen's Park
Toronto, ON M7A 1A2