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Policing Services

Sussex contracts Policing Services through The Royal Mounted Canadian Police (RCMP). All RCMP employees are committed to enforcing federal and provincial statutes, curbing organized crime, ensuring public safety, border integrity, national security and the safety of state officials. 

Sussex is committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of all residents through dedicated policing services and community support. The links below contain valuable information pertaining to the RCMP, and RCMP activity in the Province and Community:

Online Crime Reporting

Online Crime Reporting gives New Brunswickers an alternate way to report certain non-emergency crimes without calling the police, or visiting a detachment.

The easy-to-use website guides you through a series of questions to give police information about your incident. At the end, you will receive an email confirmation with an incident number and a report, which can be used for insurance purposes. The entire report takes about 15 minutes.

Online crime reporting is not meant to replace other forms of reporting crime. Always call 911 in an emergency.

Daily Occurrence Report

The New Brunswick RCMP daily occurrence report (DOR) is a reflection of the files received and processed by the New Brunswick RCMP during a 24-hour period. The report includes the total number of calls for service, as well as a breakdown of those calls based on the following criteria:

  • Priority 1 – A major incident in progress that requires immediate police presence, assistance or service
  • Priority 2 – There is an urgent need for police presence, assistance or service
  • Priority 3 – Reports that requires police presence, assistance or service but no immediate or urgent requirement
  • Priority 4 – Reports that do not require police attendance but may require further action

New Brunswick Occurrence Map

The RCMP’s New Brunswick occurrence map is a geographical representation of year-to-date occurrences. By following the link below, users can see the total number of occurrences for the current calendar year in that area, as well as the number of occurrences for the same period of the previous year, and a year-to-date tally of some selected occurrence types.