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Diversity

Thunder Bay is a diverse city which also a hub for First Nation communities in North Western Ontario.  The Thunder Bay Police Service Aboriginal Liaison Unit is part of the Community Policing Branch.  We have two officers dedicated to the unit which is part of our ongoing effort to work with our growing Aboriginal community here in Thunder Bay.

We also have strong ties to the Thunder Bay Multicultural Association and Diversity Thunder Bay.  As a regional hub for Northwestern Ontario, Thunder Bay is becoming home to many cultures.  We continue to look for opportunities to better understand the people we serve and protect. Our Liaison Unit officers each have a unique role in building bridges with our community. 

Thunder Bay Multicultural Association

Thunder Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre

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Online reporting

Using the Thunder Bay Police Service Police Online Citizen Reporting System you can report the following incidents:

  • Damage/Mischief to property under $5000.00
  • Damage (Not Wilful)
  • Harassing Phone Call
  • Lost and Found Property
  • Lost/Stolen License Plate
  • Lost/Stolen Securities (Identification)
  • Theft under $5000.00
  • Theft from Vehicle under $5000.00
  • Break In to Sheds and Detached Garages

Online Reporting starts here

Emergencies

911

Non - Emergencies

(807) 684-1200

Mailing Address

1200 Balmoral Street
Thunder Bay, Ontario
P7B 5Z5