Vancouver Police Department

Notification: High Risk Sex Offender Residing in Vancouver

The Vancouver Police Department believes that compelling circumstances exist requiring the Department to warn the public that Barry Ross Blaney poses a risk of significant harm to the safety of women...

Vancouver no stranger to Grey Cup riots

With the Stanley Cup riots fresh in mind, some people have been worried about a potential repeat of violence after The Grey Cup game today. Although Mayor Gregor Robertson said on Wednesday that he...

Occupy Vancouver protester arrested and released

A 40-year-old Richmond man from the Occupy Vancouver protest was arrested today for alleged breach of the peace at about 4 p.m. Monday. Police have not released his name yet, but people on site said...

Missing person: Randy Ponzio

Vancouver Police Deparment (VPD) is asking for public help in finding 35-year-old Randy Ponzio, last seen on November 15. He left "a residence" in the 1000 block of Pacific Boulevard around 9 p.m....

Chief Jim Chu orders Occupy protesters to disperse after overnight scuffle

Vancouver's police chief has issued a public warning to Occupy protesters, ordering them to disperse after an overnight scuffle that sent two officers to hospital with human bite wounds. Chief Jim...

Man shot dead while walking dog on Seventh and Ash: pictures

Vancouver's thirteenth homicide of 2011 took place this morning a few blocks from the Vancouver Police Department's central station.

Dramatic hostage rescue

Twenty nine year old victim.

Barry Carl Hinchcliff reported missing; police seek information

Police  are asking for the public’s help to find a missing 44 year old Vancouver man, an email alert from the Vancouver police department to the city's news media just said.   Barry...

Another group pulls the plug on B.C.'s missing women inquiry

Pivot Legal Society joins six other groups in saying lack of legal aid unevens the field for groups representing sex workers and aboriginals.

Police chief to take questions from public on "Tweet the Chief"

On the evening of Thursday, September 22, 2011, at 7 p.m., a new chapter in the history of the Vancouver Police Department will be written when Chief Constable Jim Chu faces the public in a precedent...