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News
Missing 20 Year Old Female
Missing 20 Year Old Female
The Cobourg Police are seeking the public’s assistance with locating a missing Cobourg woman, 20 year old Destiny DAWSON. Ms. DAWSON was ...Full Story
Wednesday, October 10
Weekly Media Release
From the 12th of November 2018 through the 18th of November 2018, the Cobourg Police Service responded to 183 occurrences including: 20 Motor Vehicle ...Full Story
Monday, November 19
Male Arrested on Warrant
The Cobourg Police have arrested a man on a outstanding Warrant.  On Sunday the 12th of November, 2018 at approximately 10:30 pm, officers on patrol ...Full Story
Wednesday, November 14
 

The Cobourg Police Volunteers (CPVs) are "dedicated to making a difference in our community" through a proactive partnership with the Cobourg Police Service involving a variety of highly visible, non-confrontational activities in areas of safety, security, and the support service, in order to preserve and enhance the quality of life in Cobourg.

 
The Cobourg Police Service is very proud of our Volunteer contingent. Over the years, Cobourg citizens have volunteered their time to assist the Service in a variety of capacities including child fingerprinting, railway safety & special event assistance and security. The Cobourg Police Volunteers were awarded the 2003 Civic Award by the Town of Cobourg.  As well, several volunteers have received individual Civic Awards.
 
Volunteers attend training sessions to adapt to and understand the operating procedures. Serving the public at the Police Station reception desk, helping the public at the "Trailer in the Park", acting as helpers at annual town activities and being partners with the Cobourg Police Service are rewarding experiences.
 
Interested in volunteering for the Cobourg Police Service?
Click Here  for the application package.
 
Volunteer Equipment
The 'Trailer'
This piece of equipment is a mobile command post, a tourist kiosk and a first aid station with AED, and a vital piece of equipment for the group. Stationed at the Victoria Beach trailer park in a conspicuous position, it is often the first place visitors and citizens go for assistance.