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Brockville Police Service

Brockville Police Service
Logo of the Brockville Police Service.
Motto Partners for a safe & healthy community
Agency overview
Formed 1832
Legal personality Governmental: Government agency
Jurisdictional structure
General nature
  • Civilian agency
Operational structure
Headquarters Brockville, Ontario
Sworn members 63
Unsworn members 22
Elected officer responsible The Honourable Madeleine Meilleur, Minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services
Agency executive John S. Gardiner, Chief of Police
Official website

The Brockville Police Service provides policing services for Brockville, the community of the Thousand Islands region on the St. Lawrence River in Eastern Ontario, Canada. Known as the "City of the 1000 Islands", Brockville (population 22,233) is located directly opposite Morristown, New York on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River, about half-way between Cornwall in the east and Kingston in the west and a little over an hour from the nation's capital, Ottawa.

It is the oldest police service in the province of Ontario, having been formed in 1832.[1]

Currently, the Brockville Police Service consists of 63 members, including 5 female officers and 22 civilian support members providing 24/7 emergency response. The Chief of Police is the highest-ranking officer of the Brockville Service. The position currently belongs to John S. Gardiner, who was appointed June 1, 2011.[2]


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Scott Fraser - Chief of police


External links

  • Brockville Police Service
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