Community Policing

Community Policing in Pitt Meadows

The Pitt Meadows Community Police office is located on Harris Road behind City Hall. The office run by volunteers, supported by an Office Manager and a Station Constable on site to answer any questions or concerns you may have regarding policing issues in Pitt Meadows.
Residents of Pitt Meadows are encouraged to drop in to the Community Police office to take advantage of our many services:
  • Criminal record checks
  • Child identification kits
  • Block Watch information
  • Personal safety information
  • Traffic safety information
  • Report a crime
  • Advice


The Pitt Meadows Community Police office is currently seeking volunteers who are 19 years or older and able to pass a security clearance. Please drop in to the Community Police office and speak to us if you wish to volunteer your time in your community.

Policing in Pitt Meadows Newsletter

Find out what's new at the Community Policing Office in Pitt Meadows. Read the monthly
newsletter here.

What is Community Based Policing?

Community-based policing is a partnership between the police and the community in sharing the delivery of police services. Ridge Meadows detachment is in a process of transition from reactive traditional policing to proactive community based policing. It involves the strategy of problem oriented policing ("POPS") and employs various tactics, depending on the problem being addressed.

Pitt Meadows Community Policing Committee

The Pitt Meadows Community Policing Committee (CPC) is a group of local volunteers who support the programs and community outreach efforts of the Community Policing Office. The Committee meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 7:00 pm at City Hall. If you are interested in more information or in joining the CPC, please contact the Community Policing Office at 604-465-2402.