Affordably & Passionately Serving Midland For A Century


Chief Michael Osborne

Since the late 1800's dedicated professionals have provided policing to our beautiful, waterfront community in an attempt to make Midland the best place to live, work and play. Our team puts “Community First”, interacting with residents and visitors in a friendly and respectful manner. They continue to impress me everyday with their knowledge, ability and compassion.

Curb Lane Closure - Bayshore Drive


Road Closure

Please be advised the curb lanes on Bayshore Drive between
Manly Street and King Street will be closed to traffic on Friday
and Saturday (August 19 & 20) to accommodate parking
for Tugfest.

Scam using the name and title of a Town official


Scam Alert

On August 18th 2016, the Midland Police Service received information
from a Toronto-ON victim, who reports they were scammed for concert
tickets by someone using the name and title of a Midland Town official.

A for sale add was posted on a platform offering tickets to a concert.
Correspondence took place back and fourth between the victim and

E-Mail Attachments Can Be Dangerous - Ransomware


Ransomware Trojan

Among the many online scams, viruses, hoaxes and insidious threats like data-encrypting ransomware attacks, there is one method that seems to be very popular right now.

Scam Using Midland Police Name Address & Phone Number


Scam Alert

On Monday April 11th 2016, the Midland Police Service received a report that a Burlington man received a call from a company stating they were from Windows and wanted to gain access to his computer for the purpose of fixing it.

OACP Press Release About "Street Checks" aka "Carding"


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In a public statement released by the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police, Executive Director Ron Bain says the following. It can be summarized as "Biased policing prohibited but street checks regulated"

Ontario Regulation 58/16, Collection of Identifying Information in Certain Circumstance – Prohibitions and Duties (Street Checks)

Fentanyl Abuse Leading To 577+ Deaths


Fentanyl Facts

The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police and the RCMP have partnered with new online education initiatives to help stop the rash of fatalities from the abuse of Fentanyl as a recreational drug. This alert comes in the wake of an even more potent variation called W-18 that is reported to be 100 times more potent than Fentanyl and 10,000 times more potent than morphine.

Trendsetting: Midland Police Twitter Initiative Catching On


Retweeting Crime Alerts

Over a month ago, Inspector Ron Wheeldon of the Midland Police Service began a #Twitter campaign in attempts to #unite the #public and #police in the fight against #crime. Many crime bulletins, alerts and photographs are put out daily by law enforcement agencies across #Canada and the #World.

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