Description (Service) Responsible for preserving the peace, preventing crimes and offenses, and apprehending offenders under the crime investigations branch 
Services include: 
  • Police record checks 
  • Operation Identification, a program designed to discourage theft of valuables by identifying them with an electric engraver which may be borrowed free of charge from the Police Service  
  • Community Alert Network, a media release subscription service, on the Barrie Police Services website, permits visitors to subscribe without fee to receive Barrie Police Service media releases as they are posted
Community Services Branch 
  • provides speakers and programs to schools and private groups on theft, fraud, elder abuse, traffic safety, bullying, drugs and related topics 
  • runs confidential online bullying reporting system with area schools * see pink 'report a bully' button on website
Victim Crisis Assistance and Referral Service 
  • offers support, information and referral to victims and witnesses immediately after a crisis has taken place
Citizens Online Reporting 
  • all non-emergency incidents can be reported using the online reporting too 
  • even if it is a few days after the incident, it is always worth reporting so that Barrie Police has an accurate record of safety issues in our city 
  • anything non-emergency related from graffiti, to damage to a property or theft can be reported 
  • click here for more information and to access the Online Reporting Tool
Security Camera Registry 
  • Security Camera registry can assist officers in quickly determining the location of security cameras that may assist in investigations.  
  • Camera Registry is a completely voluntary, free initiative that only asks residents and businesses to complete a brief registration form to identify the location of their external-facing cameras 
  • If an incident happens in the area, police may contact you to ask if your camera captured any relevant footage 
  • for more information see, Barrie Police Services, Camera Registry
Marine unit 
  • equipped with two police boats, which patrol Kempenfelt Bay and Lake Simcoe full time during the summer months and selective weekends during the spring and fall 
  • trained marine officers respond to distress calls, perform search and rescue operations, provide enforcement of all boating regulations and provide general safety, equipment and boating information
Service Details
Hours Mon-Sun 24 hours
Areas Served Barrie
Eligibility No restrictions 
Police Record Checks 
  • City of Barrie residents, Youth (under 18) are ONLY permitted to obtain a record check for positions working or volunteering with the government (Municipal, Provincial, and Federal) 
  • this does not include organizations receiving government funding 
  • government agency information will be required to submit the record check
Parade Application 
  • Parade package is available at the police station, Ext 2110, which includes an application form 
  • applications should be received by police one month before parade date
Building Tours  
  • Tours of the building may be arranged for organized groups such as school groups and youth groups by calling the schools unit 
  • tours may be arranged for other groups by calling the shift sergeant at Ext 2111
Graffiti Reporting 
Languages English
Fees None
Address and Location
Located In Community Barrie
Address & Map
110 Fairview Rd
Barrie, ON L4N 8X8
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Intersection Hwy 400 and Essa Rd
Physical Access Fully Accessible - Elevators with audible indicator
Contact Information
Office Phone 705-725-7025
TTY Phone 705-728-6630
Crisis Phone 9-1-1
Fax 705-728-2971
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Primary Contact Kimberley Greenwood, Chief of Police
Alternate Contact Sarah Young, Executive Assistant; Email:
Primary Executive Angela Lockridge, Chair
Alternate Executive Robert W Allan, Deputy Chief of Police

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