Description & Services
Description (Service) Provides policing and public safety services throughout the Region of Niagara *victims of a crime should file a report immediately * crime reporting assists the police in identifying areas requiring police services * most non-emergency calls for service can be dealt with over the telephone, leaving police officers available to respond to emergency situations 
 
For emergency assistance, dial 9-1-1 * an operator will answer and request which service is required * callers will then be connected to either the police, fire or ambulance service in their area * please stay on the line until told to hang up * let the operator control the conversation and answer all questions as much as possible * in emergency situations, help is on the way as information is being given 
 
Complaints against the police can be filed at any municipal, regional or provincial police station in Ontario, or with the Office of the Independent Police Review Director (OIPRD) by fax, through their website at www.oiprd.on.ca, in person or by mail 
 
Persons applying for a Police Criminal Record Check and/or Vulnerable Sector Check may attend any district station to apply. See website for fees, application requirements and other details.
Hours Office Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm * Emergency Service Mon-Sun 24 hours
Dates All year
Areas Served Crystal Beach ; Fort Erie ; Ridgeway ; Stevensville ; Black Creek
Eligibility No restrictions
Languages English
Fees None ; None
Contact Information
Office Phone 905-871-2300 ext 2300
Crisis Phone 9-1-1
Website www.niagarapolice.ca
Primary Executive Jeffrey McGuire, Chief of Police, Niagara Regional Police Service
Located In Community Fort Erie
Address & Map
650 Gilmore Rd
Fort Erie, ON L2A 5M4
 
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Intersection Gilmore Rd and Central Ave
Accessibility Fully Accessible
Other Details
Legal Status (20) Regional Government

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