A message From Chief Serr
On this first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, the Abbotsford Police Department honour the lost children and survivors of residential schools. We are committed to listening, learning and walking with our Indigenous Nations.
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Led by the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of British Columbia (CFSEU-BC), in partnership and collaboration with the RCMP and all municipal police agencies, there is an intelligence-led enforcement effort underway. This includes enhanced overt and covert operations, proactive enforcement targeting those who pose the highest risk to public safety, increased focus on personally interacting with those involved in gangs, and ensuring that those who engage in, assist, or support gang-related violence are held accountable.
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Online Crime Reporting
AbbyPD is excited to annouce their new online crime reporting.
The Abbotsford Police Department’s PATHWAYS program implements evidence-informed strategies to offer services to youth and young adults identified as being at-risk for gang-participation or other criminal activities.
Help Deter Property Crime
Text AbbyPD 222973
Report a crime or incident through text.
Join the It's A No Campaign
If you receive a request for
a personal photograph:
1. Download and send the 'It's a NO' image
2. Close the chat
How do I report spam?
@canantifraud advises not to open unsolicited emails/ when the sender is unknown. Spam & related violations can be reported to enforcement agencies through the
Spam Reporting Centre
Print off the AbbyPD Geocaching Mystery of ’21 Crossword / Word Scramble poster and fill in the blanks as you explore the City of Abbotsford to find six hidden geocaches that will give you the clues to help solve the mystery. You will need to use the Geocaching app to play this game.
From June 1, 2021 to September 1, 2021
Constable Cuffs from the Abbotsford Police Department is on the trail of the “Trethewey Topaz” which was recently stolen. The jewel went missing on its way from the owner’s house to the Reach Gallery Museum, where it was going to be the centrepiece of an exhibition about historical gems.
Do you know someone who's homeless? Struggling with addiction? Suffering from untreated mental health issues? There is help.
Please take a moment and reach out... make that call to Project Angel at 604-835-5225.
AbbyPD's SORT (Street Outreach Response Team) officers are out EVERY DAY helping connect people with community resources. Help US keep others from slipping through the cracks. For more info call AbbyPD at 604-859-5225.
More about SORT in Abbotsford...
Check out 👉 https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/1849382979675
Connect with AbbyPD
COVID-19 will not stop the AbbyPD from connecting with the youth in our community!
If your young person wants to communicate with one of OUR AbbyPD officers...
✔️ ask a question
✔️ send a picture
✔️ send a video or photo message
✔️ tell a story
Send us YOUR questions, messages, drawings, photos, video to ONE of these options:
👉 email - [email protected]
👉 AbbyPD FB messenger (@AbbyPoliceDept)
👉 AbbyPD Instagram messenger (@abbotsfordpd)
👉 Mail: 2838 Justice Way, Abbotsford BC V2T3P5 (Attention Media Team)
and receive some AbbyPD swag as well 😉
**all photos taken are PRE COVID **
Read the amazing full story on how our AbbyPD Police Service Dog handlers & #LMDIPDS Police Service Dogs - Karma, Jero & Kato received custom-fit ballistic vests from an anonymous donor.
💙 To Whom It May Concern - thank you.
Want to support our retired police service dogs (aka local legends or heroes)?
Police dogs are dedicated to keeping us all safe but at the end of their career's they often require extra care. #SupportRetiredLegends was started in BC and assists retired service dogs with medical bills.
We are looking forward to our in-coming hoodies! More info: https://supportretiredlegends.com
Your Abbotsford Police Department knows that we are stronger together
Together with our community we have disrupted gang violence, reduced property crime and helped support our marginalized community. We want to continue to work with you to help solve some of our complex social issues and support our goal to make Abbotsford the safest city in BC.
There truly is Strength in Community.
Abbotsford Police Department is dedicated to providing the highest quality of police service to the citizens of Abbotsford.
In partnership with our community, we are committed to ensuring safety and security by enforcing the law, preventing crime, and responding to community needs.
Our 221+ sworn police officers, 80+ civilian staff, and 80+ volunteers are dedicated to providing the highest quality of police service to the citizens of Abbotsford.
We place great value on respect, diversity, accountability, ethics, integrity, innovation and leadership. We continuously strive for improvement and we are committed to our mission to
make Abbotsford the safest city in BC.
We are committed to ensuring that reports of missing persons are addressed in a timely and sensitive manner.
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The Abbotsford Police Department is pleased to offer a wide array of services for the citizens of our community. This section explains some of those services, in order to assist you in meeting your specific needs. Please refer to the listed links to obtain direction and instructions to allow us to serve you in the most efficient manner possible.
MESSAGE FROM THE CHIEF
Abbotsford has grown significantly as a City and continues to grow. That growth presents many positives but it also poses difficult challenges as we have seen over the last few years. We want to change that story using the ‘we’ approach, where our partners and our community commit to...