In July a group of Thunder Bay Police Service officers volunteered to take part in Camp Loon, a leadership and life-skills training camp for youth living in Ontario’s far north. The camp is an initiative by the Junior Canadian Rangers Program, who graciously allowed the officers to participate. The local officers’ participation is part of […]
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On August 8, 2019 Ryan Hughes became our new Deputy Chief of Police.
Thunder Bay Police Service is a mid-sized Ontario service located in Northwestern Ontario serving the communities of Thunder Bay and Oliver Paipoonge with approximately 330 Sworn and Civilian members. Seeking energetic candidates with a high degree of emotional intelligence and demonstrated multi-tasking skills to join our exciting Communications Team. Help serve and protect our community! […]
Det/Sgt Tracy Lewis statement from TBPS on an abduction investigation which began on July 18, 2019.
Edward Tremblay is still missing. The TBPS and the OPP are providing a video update regarding the search and investigation.
UPDATE: Missing Person Edward “Eddie” TREMBLAY The Thunder Bay Police Service is providing new details into the missing person investigation of Edward ‘Eddie’ Tremblay, 35, in hopes the public may assist in locating him. Edward may have been in the 1300 block area of Hilldale Road on Sunday, July 7 at about 3 a.m. He […]
Thunder Bay Police hit target with new youth engagement program THUNDER BAY, Ont. — The newest youth engagement initiative by the Thunder Bay Police Service has hit the bullseye. An eight-week introduction to archery program — called On Target Archery — began following a successful grant application from Canadian Tire’s Jumpstart program and support from […]
The Thunder Bay Police Service, Superior North EMS, Thunder Bay Fire Rescue, Thunder Bay District Health Unit and Thunder Bay Drug Strategy discuss the community’s opioid crisis and the growing strain its having on emergency and community services
A shorter version of the Am I Missing PSA describing the basic steps of what you should do when you first suspect a loved one is missing.
Video PSA for the Am I Missing campaign. Learn more at www.thunderbaypolice.ca/AmIMissing The “Am I Missing?” campaign was created through a partnership that includes representatives from: City of Thunder Bay, Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School, Independent First Nations Alliance, Keewaytinook Okimakanak, Matawa Learning Centre, Nishnawbe Aski Nation, Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service, Northern Nishnawbe Education Council, Shibogama […]
Press conference about new details in Baby Doe investigation (1994)