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To offer our citizens an increased protection of their life and their property in preventing and fighting crime in collaboration with the community and other police forces. The BNPP Regional Police has always been close to the community in the past and will continue to do so in the future.

Education and awareness of the population is a strategy that the BNPP Regional Police adopted since its conception. Involvement in the community is essential to the operation of any police force. The close contact of our police officers with students in the schools and with adults in various organizations has a direct impact on the quality of life of our citizens.

Our goal is to provide the best possible service while remaining cost efficient.  Our mission is to service and protect.

Drug Prevention

Our  Mission

34 years of service



The Provincial Auto Theft Network (PATNET) was formed in 2010 by IBC and the St.John Force following a recommendation by the Criminal Intelligence Service to establish information sharing and professional training and support for the property and casualty insurance industry and law enforcement agencies.  As a co-founder, IBC provides training and workshops and participates in the sharing of information on jurisdictional trends and auto theft activity.




In your vehicle

Your keys

Your belongings

-  Never leave keys in the ignition or in your car.
-  Use your garage.
-  Close windows and sunroof.
-  Lock doors and activate security alarms.
- Take valuables with you when you leave your car: cash, credit cards, cellular phones, GPS devices, etc.
-  If you have no choice, make sure valuables are locked in the trunk.
-  Make sure your keys are secure at home and at work.  Do not your keys on a key holder near the front door of your house.
-  Always report suspicious activities to your local police.

The BNPP Regional Police, serving the municipalities of Beresford, Nigadoo, Petit-Rocher and Pointe-Verte in northern New Brunswick since 1981, has grown over the last 32 years.  Police work is no different than any other field in regards to keeping up with technology to meet the needs of the people you serve and the services you provide to the community.

As crimes become more and more sophisticated, so too are the methods for solving them.  This site is just one way we hope to serve the population better by allowing them to help us resolve crimes surrounding the community while providing knowledge of the law.

We hope to inform the public on points of interest and interacting with the population  by taking their information anonymously through the Internet.

Our goal is also to increase the chances of bringing suspects to justice as well as educating the citizens on the various laws and regulations throughout our jurisdiction.

This site is your site, so please use it to your advantage and do your part to make your environment safe and crime free.

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