Town Council Representatives
Councillor Nozzolillo, Councillor Trail and Councillor Arbuckle
95 Otis Drive
In 1996, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police began providing full time policing services to the Town of Nackawic. As a result, a modern and fully equipped community policing facility was built next to the Town Hall. Our head office is in Keswick, and we are under District 3 Oromocto.
Currently, Nackawic RCMP employs a compliment of four officers: Corporal position to be filled, and three Constables. They handle Nackawic and surrounding areas, Keswick detachment officers are available if needed.
Although the Nackawic RCMP members handle policing services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, they do more than simply respond to complaints. The Nackawic RCMP members are members on Town committees.
The Nackawic RCMP believe in and practice community policing. Community policing employs the belief that the police cannot be efficient in providing service to the community unless they listen to the community’s needs, demands, and expectations and involve the community in trying to obtain a solution to the problem. Policing services are far more efficient and effective with the aid, support and involvement of the community.
Online Canadian Criminal Record Check
MyCRC (My Criminal Record Check) and related services allow individuals to complete criminal record checks on themselves in minutes. This service is great for volunteers, employees who are required to provide a criminal record or police check.
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Criminal Record Check Nackawic
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West District RCMP
The New Brunswick Occurrence Map.
We know that public safety and policing are key priorities, and we are actively working to keep our communities safe. We want our communities to have a good understanding of the work we are doing, each and every day.
This interactive map allows you to click on a specific area to view information on certain occurrence types, as well as year-to-date tallies. The map is updated every Thursday.
This provides the total number of calls for service received during a 24-hour period, as well as a brief description of some calls. The report is produced for every day of the year, and is published Monday-Friday.
Gives New Brunswickers, in RCMP area of jurisdiction, an alternate way to report certain non-emergency crimes without calling the police, or visiting a detachment.
The Department of Justice and Public Safety developed the public safety crime dashboards to improve the understanding of police-reported crime.
The Department of Justice and Public Safety is working with policing agencies of jurisdiction to crimes that affect our communities. New Brunswickers can help make their communities safer by reporting crime to police and by looking out for their friends and neighbours.