Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee

Our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee is very hard at work addressing needs within our multicultural and BIPOC communities. This committee aims to support community initiatives, promote inclusivity, implement outreach programs, develop relationships by engaging community members, provide education training and mediate in times of crisis. For further information, please contact the committee chair, Staff Sergeant Carrie Gale at cgale@guelphpolice.ca or 519-824-1212 ext. 7112.

Community Liaison Officers

The goal of Community Liaison Officers is to build a mutual trust, understanding and respect between the Guelph Police Service and their assigned community. They intend to educate and communicate with the citizens of their assigned community in order for them to gain an increasing confidence in the police through the provision and enforcement of unprejudiced and professional policing services. They will also assist in productive dialogue with Investigating Operation Units concerning crimes involving their assigned community. Please do not contact Community Liaison Officers to report a crime.

To report a crime, please dial 911 if the incident is:

  • an emergency
  • in progress
  • an immediate danger to yourself or someone else

Otherwise, please call 519-824-1212.

Indigenous Community

Constable James Nightingale

High School Resource Officer in the Youth & Crime Prevention Unit

Languages Spoken - English

519-824-1212 ext. 7281

jnightingale@guelphpolice.ca

Constable James Nightingale

LGBTQIA2S+ Community

Constable Abigail Campbell
Frontline Uniform Officer
Languages Spoken - English
519-824-1212 ext. 7111
acampbell@guelphpolice.ca

Constable Abigail Campbell

Sikh, Hindu & Muslim Communities

Constable Jasmin Manani
Frontline Uniform Officer
Languages Spoken - English, Gujarati, Hindi, Punjabi, Marathi & Urdu
519-824-1212 ext. 7273
jmanani@guelphpolice.ca

Constable Jasmin Manani

Black Community

Constable Neil Moulton
K9 Officer
Languages Spoken - English
519-824-1212 ext. 7541
nmoulton@guelphpolice.ca

Constable Neil Moulton

Sikh, Hindu & Muslim Communities

Constable Jagdeep Atwal
Frontline Uniform Officer
Languages Spoken - English, Punjabi, Hindi & Urdu
519-824-1212 ext. 7436
jatwal@guelphpolice.ca

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Multicultural Community

Staff Sergeant Carrie Gale
Frontline Uniform Supervisor
Languages Spoken - English
519-824-1212 ext. 7112
cgale@guelphpolice.ca

Staff Sergeant Carrie Gale

LGBTQIA2S+ Supports, Organizations & Online Outreach Programs

Community Events

Click here to request officers from the Guelph Police Service for community events.

Hate Crimes

The Guelph Police Service views any hate crime investigation as a high priority.

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We recognize that racism, prejudice and bias exist, and we take all crime very seriously, especially crime that is motivated by hate. Hate is not welcome in our community. Click here for further information regarding hate crimes.

Hate Crime & Extremism Investigative Team

The Guelph Police Service is supporting the fight against hate and extremism in Ontario in order to ensure diverse and safe communities, through its participation on the Hate Crime and Extremism Investigative Team (HCEIT). The HCEIT is a network of 13 police services which co-ordinates intelligence gathering for police and provides specialized support on investigations into hate-motivated crimes. The team’s mandate is to conduct multi-jurisdictional strategic and tactical intelligence operations targeting individuals or groups involved in hate crime and criminal extremism. The HCEIT works closely with the Ontario Provincial Police, Criminal Intelligence Service Ontario, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Canadian Security Intelligence Service and Canada Border Service Agency.

Safe Place Program

The Guelph Police Service Safe Place program partners with the residents, businesses and organizations in the City of Guelph, to assist victims of hate-motivated crime and incidents in the LGBTQIA2S+ community. It provides a secure location for victims to report a hate-motivated crime and to get the assistance they need, with compassion and dignity. Click here to learn more about the Safe Place Program.