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.

Charity Hockey Game - Midland Police vs OPP


Midland Police vs OPP - Charity Hockey Game

Join us on Saturday January 31st at the North Simcoe Sports and Rec Centre as we play the Southern Georgian Bay OPP hockey team in an all out battle as we raise money for the Simcoe Muskoka District CrimeStoppers! This will be solid game of hockey with some skilled players on both teams. No tickets needed. Donations at the door. Let's fill the stands for a great cause.

Local Health Unit Launches - Ready To Be Thirsty Campaign


Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit

The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit would like to invite you and your organization to participate in the Ready to be Thirsty? campaign. This campaign could be a perfect fit for Health and Wellness initiatives.

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Snowmobiling In Midland - What You Need To Know


Snowmobile Safety In Midland

With the arrival of snow in our region, recreational snowmobile enthusiasts will start to travel around the town onto the network of OFSC trails.

Winter Parking Restrictions Nov 15th - April 1st


Tag & Tow In Effect For Overnight Parking On Streets and Municipal Lots

We are reminding you that the winter parking bylaw takes effect November 15th. No parking on any street or municipal lot between 12:01am and 7:00am from November 15th until April 1st.

Midland Police Service Implements new LEARN Guidelines For Police Records Checks


Criminal Record Check

Effective immediately, the Midland Police Service are implementing the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) LEARN (Law Enforcement and Record Managers Network), guidelines for Police Record Checks. The LEARN guidelines will ensure an equal level of service under the provinces released legislation, policies, procedures and directives.

The guidelines adopted will:

TracePen Property Identification Device


TracePen

A new crime prevention product on the market has been officially endorsed by the OACP (Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police) as a valuable crime-fighting tool that can take the place of engraving identifying information on household and commercial property.

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