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Donate your cell phone to a good cause

New Westminster – The New Westminster Police Department is looking for 50 cell phones to be donated over the month of August. The Victim Assistance Unit uses the phones by giving them to victims of domestic violence, seniors, and people in at-risk situations. “By donating your old cell phone you ensure that help for victims […]

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Tea party brings officers and seniors together to talk safety

New Westminster – The New Westminster Police Department, have stepped up efforts to give seniors the tools to deal with scams and fraud over the phone and through email. Safe-Tea workshops were held between May 30 and June 3 throughout New Westminster and were funded by the Canadian Department of Justice. The workshops were presented […]

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Seized Hummer transformed by New Westminster student

New Westminster – The New Westminster Police Department has unveiled a transformed Hummer, which was designed by 12 year old New Westminster student Christian W. The Hummer H2 was provided to the New Westminster Police Department through the provincial government’s civil forfeiture program. This prompted the New Westminster Police Department to have the Wrap our […]

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Constable Crowston recognized for dedication to apprehending impaired drivers

New Westminster – New Westminster Police Constable Jamie Crowston is the first person in the history of the department to be recognized for four consecutive years of service to Alexa’s Team. Cst. Crowston has been with the New Westminster Police Department since 2009, where he works in the Traffic Unit. Alexa’s Team, which is made […]

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NWPD Host Social Media Awareness Workshop – Jesse Miller and Carol Todd

New Westminster – On January 28th 2016 at 6:30pm the New Westminster Police Department, in partnership with District Parent Advisory Council, School District 40, New Westminster Community Schools, New Westminster Parks, Culture and Recreation, Fraserside Community Service, Family Services, and New Westminster Teacher’s Union, are hosting Parents’ Night Out at the Justice Institute of BC. […]

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Update: Officer Involved Shooting, Suspect Charged

New Westminster – On Friday, January 15th 2016 at approximately 1200pm members of the NWPD responded to a report of an unwanted person at a business in the 800 block of Boyd Street in Queensborough. One adult male was taken into custody without incident and an interaction occurred with a second adult male in the […]

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Closure of Front Street

New Westminster – On February 1st 2016 Front Street will be closed to all vehicle traffic for construction until July 2016. During the closure, the City of New Westminster has implemented changes to the local commercial vehicle regulations, but commercial vehicles will be re-routed to other regional truck routes where possible. The NWPD will be […]

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New Westminster Police Department release Strategic Plan 2016 – 2019

New Westminster – The New Westminster Police Department is excited to announce the 2016 to 2019 Strategic Plan. As the City of New Westminster continues to grow, the NWPD has set out three major strategic directions and their respective objectives, which provides clear direction and organizational accountability. Throughout 2015, the NWPD conducted a series of […]

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Saving lives during Operation Impact

New Westminster – The New Westminster Police Department will be out in force over the Thanksgiving long weekend in support of Operation Impact.  This national campaign will run from October 9th – 12th and the New Westminster Police Department will be engaging in heightened traffic safety enforcement and education aimed at unsafe driving behaviors. Operation […]

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NWPD supports National Prescription Drug Drop-off Day

New Westminster – The NWPD is pleased to announce our support of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police and the 2015 National Prescription Drug Drop-Off Day being held on Saturday, May 9, 2015. The CACP notes, the rising rates of recreational misuse of prescription drugs by youth can lead to addiction and unintended tragic […]

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