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Community Policing
Port Coquitlam's Community Policing Officers, Auxiliaries and Volunteers do a great job of keeping our community safe!Port Coquitlam realizes how important safety and security are for our community members. The City operates two Community Police Offices in conjunction with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and runs numerous programs and services out of these stations.

Read below or click on a link to the left to find out more information about community policing programs and ways to get involved.

What is a Community Police Station?

Community Police Stations are part of the RCMP Community Police initiative in Port Coquitlam.  Community Police Stations (CPS) enable the police to better serve their community and likewise enables the community to support their police services.

Staffed by community volunteers, a CPS brings the police to the community station where the public may go to address issues within the community. Persons attending the stations may receive assistance in reporting minor offences, assistance dealing with police members, or may obtain information relating to crime prevention and community police concerns. Community Police Offices do not provide emergency services.

What do Community Police Stations do?

The Community Police Station offers a number of front counter services:

Requirements:

The Stations also facilitate crime prevention programs such as: 

For more information contact:

Coquitlam RCMP Main Detachment
2986 Guilford Way
Coquitlam, BC  V3B 7Y5
Tel  604.945.1550

Downtown Community Police Station
2581 Mary Hill Road
Port Coquitlam, BC V3C 4X3
Tel  604.927.2383
Email: communitypolice2@shaw.ca

Northside Community Police Station
3312 Coast Meridian Road
Port Coquitlam, BC V3B 3N5
Tel  604.927.5172

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Last Updated:5/28/2014 9:53:08 AM