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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our front desk is closed until further notice. No fingerprinting is happening at this time. Many of the services our front desk offers, can be completed online. You can also call us on our non-emergency line 604-525-5411 and in an emergency dial 9-1-1.

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Month: January 2019

Online reporting now available through MobilePD app

New Westminster – The New Westminster Police Department is announcing a new feature on their MobilePD app, which allows users to submit non-emergency police reports. “This update is another example of our department using technology to enhance our customer service,” stated Chief Constable Dave Jones. “We expect online reporting to make it both easier for […]

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NWPD Remind Public of Drug Risk

New Westminster – The New Westminster Police Department is reminding the public of the risk of street level drugs. Substances sold on the streets can be potent opioids, which can lead to an overdose or death. The New Westminster Police is reminding anyone who does use recreational drugs to do so in the presence of […]

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Bullet casings found at Queensborough School after winter break

New Westminster – The New Westminster Police are investigating a report of damage to a door at a Queensborough School where bullet casings were located. On January 11th 2018, when school staff returned from winter break, they observed damage to two of the exterior doors. Staff at the school also located bullet casings in the […]

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Help us find missing person Robert Kaye

Update: Robert Kaye has been located. New Westminster – The New Westminster Police Department is seeking public assistance in the search for missing person Robert Kaye. Mr. Kaye was last seen on January 7, 2019. Mr. Kaye is described as a 63 year-old white male, bald, clean shaven, approximately 200 lbs, standing 5’8″ tall. “Robert […]

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Missing Person – Carter Crispens

New Westminster – The New Westminster Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 42 year old Carter Crispens, who has not been seen since December 6th 2018. Mr. Crispens was last seen in the 800 block of Carnarvon Street, New Westminster, and was reported missing by his father who had not heard from […]

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Missing person Alvin Hedlund also wanted on outstanding warrants

New Westminster – The New Westminster Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing male who is also wanted for several alleged offences. 41 year old Alvin Hedlund is currently wanted for Break and Enter, Possession of a Break-in Instrument, Mischief, and several counts of Theft. Mr. Hedlund’s family recently reported him […]

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Increase of Theft from Autos in New Westminster

New Westminster – The New Westminster Police would like to remind the public to lock their car doors, and remove valuables from their vehicles, after receiving several reports of theft from vehicles. Since the start of 2019, New Westminster has received 39 theft from vehicle reports city-wide, 13 of which are from the east side. […]

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Video of collision – NWPD seek witnesses for hit and run

UPDATE: The New Westminster Police continues the investigation of a hit and run. New video has been received from a Transit Bus that captures the pedestrian struck collision. The driver of the vehicle that struck the female is seen pulling over and exiting his vehicle. “We are still appealing for any witnesses or anyone with […]

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NWPD Police Chief Disciplinary Authority in Police Act Investigation

New Westminster – This media release has been issued in response to media requests for updates regarding the Police Act investigation into the police officers who were recently acquitted of sex offense charges in Cuba and returned home to Canada. New Westminster Police Chief Constable Dave Jones has been designated as the Disciplinary Authority for […]

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UPDATE: Located. NWPD seek public assistance to locate missing person Jenessa Smith

New Westminster – The New Westminster Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 29 year old, New Westminster resident Jenessa Smith. Family of Ms. Smith in Chase, BC reported her missing as she was supposed to visit them on December 24th, 2018, but never arrived. Ms. Smith was due to travel to visit […]

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