About Us

The Nova Scotia Chiefs of Police Association has representation at the executive leadership level from all Municipal Police services, the RCMP, Military Police and other law enforcement agencies throughout Nova Scotia. Members of the association represent the interests of the Nova Scotia police community on many committees at the local, provincial and national level.

While the executive committee meets on a more regular basis, the full membership gets together twice per year: once in the spring and once in the fall. While the spring meeting is more of a business meeting, the fall conference (conducted jointly and in partnership with the Nova Scotia Association of Police Boards) allows for groups to make presentations, provides members with educational opportunities, and identifies areas of strategic collaboration between the associations.

Our Aims and Objectives

1.  To encourage and develop cooperation between police forces in Nova Scotia, in the pursuit and attainment of common objectives and in the development of efficient and effective Law enforcement;

2.  To create a high standard of efficiency in law enforcement through the encouragement of police training and to advance the science and art of public administration and crime prevention;

3.  To promote and maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity, honour and conduct in Nova Scotia police forces;

4.  To foster best practices and cooperation among law enforcement agencies, and to promote excellence among members of the Justice System throughout Nova Scotia

 

Click below to open the application  form to join our association. 

Application for membership NS Chiefs of Police Association

Please print and email your competed application form to the secretary of the NS Chiefs of Police Association Deputy Chief Lloyd MacCormack: Lloyd.MacCormack@cbrps.ca

 

 

The NSCPA

The Nova Scotia Chiefs of Police Association has representation at the executive leadership level from all Municipal Police services, the RCMP, Military Police and other law enforcement agencies throughout Nova Scotia.

Members of the association represent the interests of the Nova Scotia police community on many committees at the local, provincial and national level.