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Cornwall Community Police Service

340 Pitt Street
(613) 932-2110

The Cornwall Community Police Service has served the citizens of Cornwall since 1784 and is comprised of 91 officers, 34 civilians and 11 special constables. 

The police service responds to the needs of the community through a combination of preventative, pro-active and reactive programs, using the philosophy of community policing as its base. This concept embodies the idea that the police and residents work in partnership to find new ways to solve problems in working towards a common goal and vision of "A Safer Cornwall, reducing crime always."

The Cornwall Community Police Service polices an area of 52 square kilometers, and a population of approximately 47,400. The police service operates a variety of divisions and units, including:

  • Community Policing
  • Community Patrol Division
  • Traffic Unit
  • Forensic Identification Division
  • Criminal Investigation Division
  • Youth Services
  • Sexual Assault & Child Abuse
  • Cornwall Emergency Response Team
  • Bicycle and Foot Patrol
  • Marine Policing
  • Street Crime Unit
  • Alternative Response

The Cornwall Community Police Service can be reached at the following telephone numbers:

Emergency              911
Non-Emergency     (613) 932-2110
Administration        (613) 933-5000

For more information contact:

Cornwall Community Police Service
340 Pitt St.
P.O. Box 875
Cornwall, Ontario
K6H 5T7

Tel: (613) 932-2110
Fax: (613) 932-0121
Website: www.cornwallpolice.com


 

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