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.

Midland Police Services Board Meeting

05/16/2016 - 16:00
05/16/2016 - 18:00
Board Meeting

In council chambers.. agenda to follow.

Canada Revenue Agency Scams - Reminder


The Midland Police Service would like to remind the public that telephone scams are a regular occurrence. Specifically, calls have been received in the area from a source suggesting they are with the CRA (Canada Revenue Agency) a very common scam. They will state that you need to contact them right away.

Career Opportunities - We're Hiring

We Are Hiring

The Midland Police Service is now actively recruiting for Cell Monitors (paid positions) and Auxiliary Officers (volunteer positions). See below for more details about each opportunity.

Cell Monitors

What are the duties of a Cell Monitor?

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.

Lock It Or Lose It!

Lock It Or Lose It

In the early hours of the 11th of April 2016, Midland Police Officers were alerted to a male walking around cars in the southeast end of Town. Because of the fresh snow police were able to track the single set of foot prints going up and around numerous motor vehicles. Police followed the tracks for over a hour, but were unable to apprehend the suspect.

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


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)

Reducing Policing Costs & Collective Agreements


This week I will attempt to address two questions posed by concerned citizens. Roger asks, “What is the Midland police doing to reduce costs?” and Jim asks, “Why is the police contract good for Midland residents?”

1. What are the Police doing to Reduce Costs?

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