Policing in South Bruce Peninsula.
The Town of South Bruce Peninsula contracts Police Services with the Ontario Provincial Police. For emergencies contact 911. The local OPP detachment is located at:
Bruce Peninsula OPP
50 Berford St,
Phone (24 hours): 1-888-310-1122
OPP Detachment Commander - Wayne Thompson
Important Information Regarding 911 - Ontario Provincial Police
The OPP is now equipped to receive emergency calls for service via Text with 911 (T9-1-1) from people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech impaired (DHHSI) and for which the OPP is the Primary Public Safety Answering Point (P-PSAP). For more information please click here
Citizen Self Reporting - Ontario Provincial Police
The Ontario Provincial Police is pleased to offer Citizen Self Reporting, an alternative reporting option that allows the public to report specific crimes to police via the internet, anywhere, anytime. The OPP's Citizens Self Reporting system allows members of the public to use a computer or mobile device to report an incident without requiring an officer to attend the scene. Citizen Self Reporting is simple and convenient and can be used when reporting incidents that do not involve injury or a suspect, or a crime that is not an emergency. The use of this new system is completely optional. Police will still attend a call for service if desired. Visit the website yourself to check it out: http://www.opp.ca/reporting/
Police Service Board
Town of South Bruce Peninsula Police Services Board is a Section 10 Board
Town of South Bruce Peninsula Police Services Board Members
- (Provincial Member) - Patricia Varley (Board Chair)
- (Municipal Member) - Mayor Janice Jackson
- (Community Member) - Betty Hall
Please send correspondence to:
Delegation Request Form
View Police Services Board Minutes and By-laws
View the Community Calendar to upcoming meeting of the Police Services Board
Municipal police services boards serve Ontarians by governing police services at the local level.
Police services are the employer of municipal police services.
Section 10 Police services boards govern within their jurisdictions by:
- establishing priorities, objectives and policies regarding the provision of police services;
- participating in the selection of OPP detachment commanders; and
- monitoring performance of both their police service and its leader;
The Ontario Association of Police Service Boards (OAPSB) is the leading voice of police governance in Ontario. They serve our members and stakeholders, as well as the general public, by:
- helping local police service boards fulfill their legislated responsibilities, by providing training and networking opportunities, and facilitating the transfer of knowledge; and
- advocating for improvements in public safety laws and regulations, practises and funding mechanisms.