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       Photograph of Chief Robert A. Davis 

It is my sincere honour to serve as the 14th Chief of the Brantford Police Service and become part of its rich 142 year history. I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to our website and thank you for your interest in our Service. I encourage you to navigate the site to learn about our past, our present, and what we have planned for the future. I also encourage you to follow us on Twitter @BrantfordPolice @BPS Traffic or on Facebook by searching for Brantford Police Service.
Like many other sectors, policing is experiencing a massive transition as civilian and sworn members embark on retirement. While we endeavour to develop new strategies to address ever-changing challenges, we are continuously seeking new members for our team. In order to serve the community best, the Brantford Police Service aspires to engage people from a wide array of cultures, languages, backgrounds, education, and experiences. Our Service offers many volunteer and career opportunities for people to become part of the team and help keep our city safe. Please  take the time to explore these opportunities provided on our website and /or contact members of our Recruiting Unit to learn more.
The men and women of the Brantford Police Service are dedicated professionals who are committed to public safety in a city that is quickly growing and changing. We recognize that we cannot do it alone. The pace of change and the new challenges will require strong community engagement and partnerships with our partners in the City and throughout surrounding areas. The Brantford Police Service will challenge the status quo and continually evaluate our practices to ensure we are striving toward an evidence-based, efficient and nimble police service that can adjust in order to provide a healthy and safe community.