Fredericton / Police force

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Right to Information and Protection of Privacy (RTIPPA)
The Fredericton Police Force is committed to transparent and open municipal government. All mandated municipal government records and public information are available upon request.

*As per Section 3(1)(a) of the Right to Information and Protection of Privacy Act:
This Act is in addition to and does not replace existing procedures for access to records or information normally available to the public, including any requirement to pay fees


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Complaints
Professional Standards is responsible for managing the process of complaints against officers and internal investigations. Find out more about the public complaints process in New Brunswick.

Municipal police agencies in New Brunswick must follow provisions laid out in the New Brunswick Police Act and submit to the guidelines and directives of New Brunswick Policing Standards.

As per the Police Act, the New Brunswick Police Commission is the independent oversight body and is responsible for management the process of public complaints against police officers, or the policies and services of municipal police agencies. 


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Jobs
Interested in possible career opportunities with the Fredericton Police Force? Current opportunities are listed here.

Contact Deputy Chief Martin Gaudet at 506-460-2300 or via email.


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