Cole Harbour Detachment
1171 Cole Harbour Road
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
The Cole Harbour Detachment is run by Inspector Trish MacCormack, who works with approximately 50 Members and 35 volunteers to offer policing services to the Cole Harbour area 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Cole Harbour has two regular members dedicated to Community Policing and two full-time School Liaison Officers.
The Cole Harbour Detachment is located on the eastern end of Halifax Regional Municipality, in Dartmouth, with a population of approximately 25,000. The Detachment serves the areas of Cole Harbour, Forest Hills, Eastern Passage, Westphal, North and East Preston, Lake Loon, Cherry Brook, Lake Echo, Lawrencetown and surrounding areas.Cole Harbour also has RCMP Community Policing offices located in Eastern Passage and North Preston which are used by the community and police to host meetings, provide information and build partnerships. For more information, please contact the Cole Harbour Detachment.
The Cole Harbour Detachment works to ensure local needs are met by collaborating with the community to develop local policing priorities. The RCMP Cole Harbour detachment priorities for 2011/2012 include:
Members of Cole Harbour Detachment participate in numerous community events including Remembrance Day, Community Parades, Canada Day Celebrations, Cole Harbour Harvest Festival and Eastern Passage Days.
Our Community Policing officers spearhead a number of programs including Feed the Students at Cole Harbour Place. Cole Harbour’s School Liaison officers work closely with students from the 25 schools in the area. Programs such as Drugs Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.), internet safety and anti-bullying are introduced to children through these officers.
Please contact the Detachment if you require RCMP participation in an upcoming event in your community.