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Non-Emergency: 604-461-3456

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

Port Moody Police Chief to Retire

PORT MOODY – After 26 years of distinguished service with the Port Moody Police Department, Police Chief Chris Rattenbury has announced his plans to retire in 2017. Chief Rattenbury joined the Port Moody Police Department April 1, 1990. For more than a quarter of a century he rose through the ranks, serving the residents of […]

ICBC Distracted Driving Campaign – March 2016

Tips for drivers It can wait. No call or text is so important it’s worth risking your life. Let calls go to voicemail and ignore your text messages while driving. Assign a designated texter. Ask your passengers to make or receive calls and texts for you. If you can’t leave your phone alone while driving, […]

Community Update January 15-31,2016

The following is a summary of the items of interest for the period of January 15-31, 2016. Property Crimes: There were 15 reported thefts from autos. The Ravine Dr / Brackenridge Pl / Creekstone Pl / Cecile Dr / Panorama Dr / Klahanie Dr / April Rd were the areas mostly affected. The registered owner […]

Heritage Day Celebration

Location:  The Port Moody Station Museum and Queens Street Plaza Display Sunday, February 21, 2016 – 12:00 pm-4:00 pm Join members of Port Moody Police Department at Queens Street Plaza  on February 21st as we celebrate heritage – we will have a vintage police car on display!  At the Port Moody Station Museum enjoy detailed tours […]

Pink Shirt Day 2016

Wednesday, February 24th is Pink Shirt Day.  Join Port Moody Police in supporting the initiative to end bullying.  Kindness is one size fits all!  For more information, please visit www.pinkshirtday.ca