Community Policing Committees are not-for-profit volunteer organizations, funded through Norfolk County working in cooperation with the Norfolk County, Police Services Board with guidance/interaction by/with the Norfolk County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police. The committee is composed of volunteers and an officer from the Ontario Provincial Police acting as a Community Liaison Officer.
To create and maintain partnerships with OPP, citizens, community groups and businesses through the sharing of ideas, addressing issues of common concerns and the delivery of programs, in order to preserve and enhance the quality of life and safety in the community.
Please see the attached brochure for information.Project Lifesaver Brochure
- Create partnerships with OPP, citizens, community groups and businesses
- Increase citizen, business and community group involvement in community policing
- Reduce the occurrence of crime
- Identify concerns of the community
- Develop/implement new programs suited to community needs
- Reduce the fear of crime through effective communication with citizens, businesses and community groups
- Increase community access to police services
- Delivery of workshops aimed at preventing crime/enhancing the quality of life in the community
Community Policing consists of the following committees
- Port Dover Community Policing
- Simcoe Community Policing
- Waterford Community Policing
- Courtland/Langton Community Policing
- Delhi Community Policing
Community Policing Committee Review
For further information contact
Norfolk County Community Policing Committee
Police Services Board
50 Colborne St. S.
519-426-5870 extension 1274