Welcome To The Midland Police Service Online
The Midland Police Service has been responsible for delivering a high level of service to our Community for over 100 years; now with a population of almost 17,000 residents, covering 30.2 square Kilometres we answer more than 8000 calls for service yearly.
In order to address the needs of the Community and the everyday challenges of policing, the Midland Police Service has a complement of 27 sworn Police Officers, 10 full-time Civilians and 12 part-time Civilians. The organization is overseen by our Police Services Board.
We are located approximately two hours north of Toronto on the shores of (Georgian Bay) Severn Sound.
The Town of Midland is part of Simcoe County and lies between Tay and Tiny Townships, with land access via Highway 12 and County Road 93.
Working in partnership with our community, the Midland Police Service is dedicated to the protection of life and property, the preservation of peace and improving the quality of life for all.
Declaration of Principles
In pursuit of our Mission, the Midland Police Service will develop policies and provide police service in accordance with our belief in:
- Discharging our duties faithfully, impartially, ethically and according to law,
- Ensuring the safety and security of all citizens and property,
- Respecting the fundamental rights of our citizens as guaranteed by the Charter of Rights & Freedoms and the Human Rights Code,
- Treating victims of crime with respect and understanding their needs,
- Consulting with our community to develop creative solutions to policing concerns through established partnerships,
- Sharing the responsibility for preventing crime with our community to improve their quality of life,
- Being sensitive to the pluralistic, multiracial and multicultural character of Ontario society,
- Ensuring that our Service is representative of the community we serve,
- Providing a professional and fulfilling work environment, and the tools and training necessary to encourage the personal and career development of our members, and the need to empower them to make decisions,
- Recognizing and rewarding superior performance, encouraging innovation and learning from our mistakes,
- Being fiscally responsible with the financial resources we are provided, and
- Striving to excel in every aspect of policing.
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