Community Services Unit / School Liaison Officers

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Community Services Unit / School Liaison Officers

The Barrie Police Community Services Unit meets the needs of a rapidly growing population. Young and old enjoy the community's amenities from spring through winter activities. The unit is presently staffed by one Sergeant and thirteen Constables. Education, crime prevention, safety issues and volunteer programs provide the community with pertinent information making Barrie a safe place to live and raise families.

Our service also provides speakers on various police related topics such as home and commercial security, criminal offences such as frauds and drugs and many other similar topics.

Should you have any further questions regarding the Community Services Unit contact Sergeant Talarico (705)725-7025 ext. 2903 or [email protected]

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Schools Unit

The City of Barrie presently has 43 Elementary Schools and 10 Secondary Schools. Educational awareness and safety programs are taught by officers in elementary, high school, college and adult learning centres. Public, separate and private school students are given accurate and up to date information providing the basis for informed personal choices. The schools unit operates such programs as V.I.P. (Values, Influences and Peers).

The Schools Unit also employs school liaison officers who attend at Elementary and Secondary Schools, to provide law enforcement when required, address school and/or student issues, participate as a resource person in classroom discussions, assist with the Safe Schools Act and provide guidance and direction to students, parents and teachers. These Officers provide the opportunity for students to form a better understanding of the role of a police officer in the community and the individual citizen's responsibility to the community, the law and enforcement of the law.

Report a Bully

In an ongoing effort to promote safety and security for our youth within our community, the Barrie Police Service has implemented a confidential bully reporting system with the collaboration of both the Simcoe County District School Board and the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board, empowering our youth to take a stand against bullying. REPORTING A FALSE POLICE REPORT IS A CRIME.

Elementary Schools Liaison Officers

Officer Schools
S/PC Devon Donald

Codrington PS
Cundles Heights PS
Johnson Street
Monsignor Claire
Oakley Park
Sister Catherine Donnelly
St Monica's
Steel Street
Terry Fox
Frere Andre

S/PC Chelsea Cabral Allandale
Andrew Hunter
Emma King
Good Sheppard Catholic
St Mary's Catholic
St Marguerite D'Youville
West Bayfield
S/PC Natasha Doiron Algonquin Ridge
Gabriel the Archangel
Hewitts Creek
Hyde Park
Mapleview Heights
Pope John Paul
St Michael the Archangel
Timothy Christian
Willow Landing
Ecole La Source
S/PC Shannon Calladine

Ardagh Bluffs 
Ferndale Woods 
Holly Meadows 
St Bernadette Catholic 
St Catherine of Sienna 
St John Vianney 
St Nicholas 
Trillium Woods 
WC Little 

Secondary Schools Liaison Officers

Officer Schools
Cst Kelvin He North Collegiate Secondary School
St Joseph's Catholic School
Cst Kevin Barkley Bear Creek Secondary School
St Joan of Arc Catholic School
Cst Kris Nicholson

Innisdale Secondary School
St Peter's Catholic School

Cst Matt Marshall #3623

Eastview Secondary School
Simcoe Alternative Secondary School
Right Turn
Ecole Secondaire Romeo Dallaire
Ecole Nouvelle Alliance



Blue - Barrie Police Mascot

The Barrie Police Service welcomed the arrival of their first mascot in the spring of 2012. Thanks to help from the community, the name, Blue, was given to the German Shepherd Mascot. Blue enjoys attending various community service events throughout the year and is loved by young and old.