Community Services Unit
The Barrie Police Community Services Unit meets the needs of a rapidly growing population. Young and old enjoy the community's amenities from spring through winter activities. The unit is presently staffed by one Sergeant and thirteen Constables. Education, crime prevention, safety issues and volunteer programs provide the community with pertinent information making Barrie a safe place to live and raise families.
Our service also provides speakers on various police related topics such as home and commercial security, criminal offences such as frauds and drugs and many other similar topics.
Should you have any further questions regarding the Community Services Unit or the Barrie Police Service contact us at (705) 725-7025 ext 2903 or e-mail our unit.
A Community Services Unit officer will be pleased to assist. Contact Barrie Police Community Services
Blue - Barrie Police Mascot
The Barrie Police Service welcomed the arrival of their first mascot in the spring of 2012. Thanks to help from the community, the name, Blue, was given to the German Shepherd Mascot. Blue enjoys attending various community service events throughout the year and is loved by young and old.
The City of Barrie presently has 43 Elementary Schools and 10 Secondary Schools. Educational awareness and safety programs are taught by officers in elementary, high school, college and adult learning centres. Public, separate and private school students are given accurate and up to date information providing the basis for informed personal choices. The schools unit operates such programs as V.I.P. (Values, Influences and Peers).
The Schools Unit also employs school liaison officers who attend at Elementary and Secondary Schools, to provide law enforcement when required, address school and/or student issues, participate as a resource person in classroom discussions, assist with the Safe Schools Act and provide guidance and direction to students, parents and teachers. These Officers provide the opportunity for students to form a better understanding of the role of a police officer in the community and the individual citizen's responsibility to the community, the law and enforcement of the law.
Officers provide knowledgeable information for commercial and residential security issues through presentations in the community.
Citizens On Patrol, Neighbourhood Watch, and Parks Ambassador are volunteer programs that partner with the Barrie Police Service providing valuable ears and eyes throughout the city.
If you wish to join any of the above programs, or have any questions or concerns please call our unit at (705) 725-7025 ext 2921.
Two fully equipped and operational police boats patrol Kempenfelt Bay and Lake Simcoe full time during the summer months and selective weekends during the spring & fall. Trained marine officers answer distress calls, perform search and rescue operations, provide enforcement of all boating regulations and provide general safety, equipment and boating information.