News Releases

Temporary Changes in Service at 135 Princess Street West North Bay

March 20, 2020

135 Princess Street West hosts not only the North Bay Police Service but also the Collision Reporting Centre and Victim Services of Nipissing District. Until further notice the building is open to the public from 8 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday.

North Bay Police Service:

Calls for Service; The North Bay Police Service continues to respond to calls for service.

Emergency: Police, Fire or Ambulance – call 911

Non-Emergency Police Assistance: 705-472-1234

General Inquiries: 705-497-5555

Administrative Section: 8 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday - Closed on Saturday and Sunday

(Note - please consider, during this time of social distancing measures, if it is necessary at this time to attend the police station. Can it wait or is it possible to answer your question by telephone.)

If you have a fever and/or new onset of cough or difficulty breathing AND in the 14 days before symptom onset, you have:

  • been to a COVID-19 impacted area, or
  • you have been in close contact with a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19, or
  • you have been in close contact with a person with acute respiratory illness who has been to a COVID-19 impacted

area, please delay your visit AND contact your health care provider, or Telehealth Ontario (1-866-797-0000)

Victim Services of Nipissing District: closed to the public please call 705-476-2649

Collision Reporting Centre: 8 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday. You must call the collision reporting centre first to make an appointment 705-497-1600

Message from Chief TOD:

“We all have a part to meeting the challenges of the ongoing Covid 19 pandemic. We must all abide by the ongoing advice and mandates of our Health experts. There will be changes to normal police services in our community however public safety will always be our primary purpose.”

We must also be vigilant in identifying and reporting crime and suspicious activities to police. Remember, police will be here for you and more so than ever we need to work together to ensure our community is safe.”