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What to expect at NWPD during renovations

Due to renovations our front doors are locked as of October 4, 2022. Visitors are asked to buzz the intercom and a staff member will meet with you or provide you access to the lobby phone where you can make a police report. Please know that many of our most popular services are available online. […]

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School Zone Safety Tips for New Westminster

As children head back to school this fall, the New Westminster Police Department Traffic Unit is reminding everyone to keep safety top of mind. Safe Routes to School are posted on the City of New Westminster website: https://www.newwestcity.ca/transportation/getting-around/school-travel-planning, and now is a great time to practice walking or cycling to school. Please travel with care […]

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Increase in motorcycle theft

The New Westminster Police Department is warning of an increase in motorcycle theft in New Westminster. Thieves have been stealing motorcycles by putting them into neutral and rolling them away. Below are 4 tips on how you can protect your bike. Use your motorcycles built in anti-theft features. Most motorcycles come with an ignition lock, […]

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Join us at the Purple Lights Night Vigil

Join us at the Purple Light Nights vigil as we bring attention to the devastating impact that domestic violence has on families and children. The Purple Lights Campaign aims to raise awareness and start a conversation about domestic violence in our community. The colour purple is recognized as the international colour symbolic of domestic violence. […]

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Catalytic Converter Thefts

We’re seeing late 90’s to mid 2000’s model vehicles being targeted for catalytic converter theft. Often import vehicles such as the Honda CR-V, Hyundai Tucson or Santa Fe, Kia Sportage, Honda Element and Odyssey, Toyota Prius, and recently the Honda Accord. SUV’s, pick-ups, commercial cube vans like the Ford E350 cube van and Ford F150 […]

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Holiday 2021 service counter hours

The New Westminster service counter will be closed on the following days: December 25th December 26th January 1st Many of our most popular services are available online. Look under the Services tab in the main navigation to see what services you can do online. The New Westminster Police Department is a 24/7 service provider and […]

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Nuisance Activity

The City of New Westminster has provided helpful information on reducing and reporting nuisance activity. City staff have also compiled a list of resources related to topics like: connecting vulnerable residents with services, repair to city property, and discarded needles. Please refer to the City of New Westminster website for more information: https://www.newwestcity.ca/services/bylaw-enforcement#nuisance-activity    

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Budget Meeting with City Council and NWPD Police Board

Join us for an online meeting about the NWPD budget with City Council and NWPD Police Board. Thu, Nov 04, 2021 @ 11:00 AM Meeting held electronically and open to public attendance. Council Chamber, City Hall. Meeting agenda: https://pub-newwestcity.escribemeetings.com/Meeting.aspx?Id=f917eb0d-4738-4da6-90b2-5df994f16b52&Agenda=Agenda&lang=English Live stream: https://www.newwestcity.ca/city_hall/council_agendas_meetings/council-meeting-agendas-reports-minutes Link to video recording: https://pub-newwestcity.escribemeetings.com/Players/ISIStandAlonePlayer.aspx?Id=f917eb0d-4738-4da6-90b2-5df994f16b52

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Q+A with Mike Hoyer, NWPD Volunteer

How long have you been volunteering with NWPD? About 16 years. I went to the Citizen’s School NWPD offered and then became involved. That program was incredibly informative and engaging.   How do you currently serve the city? I work with Crime Watch doing the Graffiti Patrol and I’m on the Board of the Victim’s Assistance Unit […]

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You’ve Been in a Collision, Now What?

You’ve just been in a collision with another vehicle, now what? Being involved in a collision is something that no one wants to think about or experience. However, we take safety precautions like clicking into our seatbelts each time we drive because we know the possibility of getting into a collision exists. In the province […]

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