Ladner Community Police Station
The Ladner CoPS office opened in June 1992. There are approximately 40 volunteers at the station and the officer in charge is Cst. Ken Kirk. A meeting room for about 10 people is available for bookings by non-profit, charitable and community-interest groups.
North Delta Community Police Station
7081 120 Street
Delta, BC V4E 2A9 »Map
Email: North Delta CoPS
Hours: Mon, Tue, Wed & Sat 10am-6pm
Thu and Fri 10 am-9pm
Closed Sundays and statutory holidays
The North Delta CoPS office was opened in May 1992. There are approximately 200 volunteers at the station and the officer in charge is Cst. Suki Thind.
Tsawwassen Community Police Station
The Tsawwassen office opened in July, 1994. There are currently 40 volunteers at the station and the officer in charge is Cst. Leisa Schaefer.
Tsawwassen First Nation
Since 2007, through an agreement between Tsawwassen First Nation, Delta Police Department and multi-levels of Government, Delta Police assumed full policing services for the Tsawwassen First Nation.
Building on a strong partnership with the Tsawwassen First Nation Community, Delta Police is providing a community based policing service.
Cst. Mike Grandia is assigned to liaise between Delta Police and the Tsawwassen First Nation. In this capacity Cst. Grandia works with the Tsawwassen Government and the community to establish various programs and initiatives.