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Looking for Community Policing Volunteers

The Belleville Police Service works closely with a group of volunteers dedicated to community policing. Due to COVID, many of the annual events this group has historically participated in have been put on hold. Now that we are once again able to come together in person for programs and events, we need your help in re-activating this engaged and enthusiastic group!

Community Policing Volunteers are a group of individuals that create and maintain a dynamic partnership between the Belleville Police Service and the citizens of Belleville through the sharing of ideas and addressing issues of common concern in order to preserve and enhance the quality of life in our community. They participate in a wide variety of community and police based events throughout the city.  

Are you interested in learning more about becoming a volunteer?

Visit Community Policing Volunteers – Belleville Police Service to learn more about this great opportunity.

Please contact Sergeant Mike Doucette or Constable Brittney Blake from the Belleville Police Service Community Resource Unit at bps.cru@bellevilleps.ca if you are interested in becoming a volunteer.