Cobourg Police Service

A/Sgt Mike Richardson Accepts Award for Community Fund Raising ($60,000 in last 7 years)
A/Sgt Mike Richardson Accepts Award for Community Fund Raising ($60,000 in last 7 years)
Police Week list of events for Sat May 14
New Recruits, Danielle McKeen and Ryan Maguire, with Chief Liu and Deputy Chief VandeGraaf
New Recruits, Danielle McKeen and Ryan Maguire, with Chaplain Truter, Chief Liu and Deputy Chief VandeGraaf
Cobourg Police Academy's First Graduation
CMU officers on bike patrol at the beach and Victoria Park
Police Week banner from OACP
Police Week banner from OACP

Important Notices:

Police Week 2016

May 15 to 21 has been designated as Police Week in Ontario. Police Week started in 1970 and it is observed every year in May to coincide with Peace Officers Memorial Day, which is recognized internationally on May 15.

This year’s theme, Discover Policing for Safer Communities, provides an opportunity for communities to discover the many ways police are working to keep their community safe. All citizens are asked to take an active role in helping create a safer community. Finally, police services are encouraged to use Police Week to reach out to people from all walks of life and ask them to consider a rewarding and fulfilling career in law enforcement, both as sworn and civilian members of police organizations. 


 

The Cobourg Police Service has just released our Annual Report for 2015


 

The Cobourg Police Service is pleased to present the 2015-2017 Business Plan!


2015-2017 Business Plan      


 

Chief Kai LuiI am proud to be a member of this excellent organization and to lead a group of talented men and women who each day strive to keep our town a safe place to live, work and play.
 
As we continue to strengthen existing relationships and develop new community partnerships, you as a valued member of our community, will play a vital role in ensuring the Town of Cobourg remains as safe tomorrow as it is today.
 
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