Community Police Stations

The Community Police Station (CoPS) program is a policing initiative first introduced to North Delta and Ladner in May 1992.   In July 1994 the Tsawwassen CoPS office was added to the program and in 2007 Tsawwassen First Nation CoPS.

The supervisor for the Community Police Station is Sgt. Cathy Geddes

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The strength of the Delta Police CoPS program is our volunteers who, along with the Station Constable, staff a store-front station. Working with the community, they focus on crime prevention and awareness and address crime issues such as vandalism, minor theft and youth problems. The volunteers and Station Constable also provide accessibility to the police and policing services in Delta.  The CoPS offices help make policing accessible to the Delta community.

The ultimate goal of community policing is to provide our citizens a safe and pleasant place to reside.

As of 2014,  North Delta CoPS has 160 volunteers,  Ladner CoPS has 40 volunteers, and Tsawwassen CoPS has 44 volunteers.  These programs would not be as successful without the dedication and commitment from our volunteers.

  • Programs offered by CoPS
  • How you can join our team:  Please fill out an application and bring the completed form with two pieces of Government issued identification (one of which must have a current photo), to any of the local community police offices (North Delta, Ladner, Tsawwassen, TFN). If you don’t wish to fill out an application form online you can drop by any of our community police offices and pick up the volunteer form there. All applicants must be 19 years old or older. CoPS locations currently seeking volunteers: Ladner and Tsawwassen
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