The Niagara Regional Police Service is comprised of dedicated and highly trained individuals who are committed to providing the residents and visitors of the Niagara Region the best police services available.
The number of duties that are performed by civilian and sworn members is extensive. From administrative and support roles to uniformed officers, the members of the Niagara Regional Police Service are dedicated to serving and protecting the Niagara Region.
A career in policing can be very exciting and rewarding. The Niagara Regional Police Service provides a wide range of opportunities from sworn uniformed personnel, civilian support and volunteer auxiliary positions.
Community policing starts with being involved and connected with our community. The members of the Niagara Regional Police Service are regularly involved in community events, connecting with the people they serve.
Chief Lipe follows through with bet!
Chief Lipe of the Saginaw Police Department lost a friendly bet with Chief McGuire and true to his word wore the Ice Dogs jersey. Click on picture to see more.
Anti Bully Film Festival Winners
The winners of the Students Unite Anti Bully Film Festival have been chosen from 53 entries. Click on the picture to see the top 5 student films.
Everyone can participate in crime prevention and do what they can to protect themselves. Click on the picture to visit our Crime Prevention pages.
Constable Charles Richards
On Oct 2, 1854 Port Robinson Village Constable Charles Richards was shot to death - becoming Niagara's first Line of Duty death. Click on picture to read about him.
Our commitment to Community Policing includes regular patrols of summer vacation properties throughout the Region, including along the beautiful Lake Erie shoreline.