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Port Moody Police Department // Serving the community since 1913.

Door to Door Solicitation

The Port Moody Police Department has recently received complaints of a male knocking on doors and asking for money to pay for a tow truck. He tells the resident that he has been in an accident or his vehicle has broken down and that he has no money to pay for the tow. While not […]

Weapons Seizure

On May 15, 2017 at approximately 2115 hours, a Port Moody Police officer observed a grey Dodge Journey make an unusual left turn at the intersection of Murray Street and Ioco Road. This vehicle appeared to be travelling without any headlights or taillights on, despite the dark, rainy conditions. The officer noted that the out-of-province […]

Decrease in Suspicious Reports but Increase in Thefts

With the warmer weather, the Port Moody Police have seen a slight increase in property crime, such as thefts from vehicles and mischief to vehicles. Interestingly, there has been fewer people calling the police to report suspicious people and/or circumstances. The Port Moody Police wants to remind people of the importance of calling the police […]

Increase in Property Crime

The Port Moody Police have noticed a recent increase in property crime, specifically around Heritage Mountain and the underground parkade in Suter Brook Village. Property crime is a serious matter we do not take lightly. To address the issue we have deployed more police resources to the targeted areas. In addition, our dedicated Community Services […]

New Radio System

For Immediate Release – April 5, 2017 New radio system to provide first responders with enhanced coverage, audio clarity and security Vancouver, B.C.—Today marked a historic moment for the Lower Mainland’s emergency service community as the first of 32 public-safety agencies transitioned to a new best-in-class radio system. Among the key features of the “next […]