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.

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.

Thefts & Mischief To Vehicles


On Monday December 8th 2014, the Midland Police Service received a call to attend 725 Vindin Street in Midland – “Templeton Windows” for a report of Mischief to Automobiles and Theft.

Festive Season RIDE Program - Local Kick Off Dec 4th 1PM

2011 MADD Festive Season RIDE Campaign KickOff

Members of the Anishinabek Police Service, the Ontario Provincial Police and The Midland Police Service will be joining together to conduct joint R.I.D.E. programs during the holiday season in an effort to enhance the work we are already doing to prevent deaths and injuries associated to impaired driving.

The Midland Police Service strives to conduct RIDE every night of the year.

Avoid Post-Christmas Break & Enters

Christmas Garbage

On December 30th, thieves will be eyeing up your curb-side recycling and garbage looking for signs of high-value and desirable new items in your home. Consider cutting up large boxes and packing them with their blank sides out for items such as large screen televisions, stereo systems and anything else that may advertise new additions to your home's valuables.

Holiday Shopping - Theft From Vehicles

Lock It Or Lose It - Get Valuables Out Of Sight

Holiday shoppers often make many trips to and from their vehicles and those bags and parcels are attractive to thieves. It is important to remember to lock your vehicle each time and place your items out of sight, ideally in the trunk or an area that can be obscured from view.

What Happens To The Cram-A-Cruiser Toy Drive Toys?

Santa Claus Parade Float Wins President's Award

2014 Midland Police Service - Central North Correctional Centre Santa Claus Parade Float

This Saturday's annual Santa Claus Parada saw a great turnout, mild weather and another great float build by skilled inmates at Central North Correctional Centre. Our float won the President's Award! Select inmates carefully hand-craft and paint the float's themed fixtures each year and we proudly display their work by pulling it down King Street with some added Christmas music and lights!

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