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We protect and serve the citizens within the urban area of the Municipality of Port Hope. We do our best to ensure your safety and security.
Explore our website and get a more in-depth knowledge of the Port Hope Police Service and what it has to offer its community.

Welcome to Port Hope Police Service

Bryant Wood - Chief of PoliceI would like to welcome you to the Port Hope Police Service's website. Here you will find links and other information such as our services to the public, crime prevention and our latest press releases to assist us to stay connected to our residents and visitors alike.

Our police officers and civilian support staff are very proud to provide excellent community-based policing services to this great Municipality. We work hard every day to ensure the safety and quality of day-to-day life expected by the citizens of Port Hope.



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Sexual Assault PHPS



Sexual Assault

A 38 year old Port Hope man is facing charges after Port Hope Police commenced an investigation into a workplace sexual assault.  Justin Reid was arrested on November 12, 2020 at his place of employment. Reid is charged with two counts of sexual assault, assault, and criminal harassment. Reid will appear in court on December 16, 2020 to answer to the charges. 


Port Hope Police want to remind citizens to help keep the roads safe. You can do this by planning ahead for a sober ride home. Port Hope Police are out conducting R.I.D.E. programs looking for impaired drivers who may be impaired by alcohol, drugs, or both. 











Port Hope Police have received several complaints surrounding speeders and the use of handheld telecommunication devices (cell phones) . As a result the Port Hope Police will be conducting dedicated traffic enforcement with a zero tolerance approach. The dedicated traffic details will begin the week of November 16, 2020. Slow down, and use Bluetooth. If you do not have a vehicle with Bluetooth place your phone somewhere you do not have easy access to it to prevent you from using it while driving.


If you have a crime to report please call 905-885-8123 extension 142, or Crimestoppers where your tip is always anonymous and secure at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) , or by email at phps@phps.on.ca or by messenger on Facebook. 

Have a safe weekend.