COVID-19 Police Information Checks and Fingerprinting Services now available

As of Monday, June 8, 2020, Police Information Checks and Fingerprinting Services are once again available. Please call ahead for fingerprinting appointments and download and complete all application forms prior to attendance.

Safer Internet Today & Everyday - ePolicing for Parents





2019 February 05

Cst Jeff Palmer

604 925 7429


February 5th marks 2019 Safer Internet Day.  West Vancouver Police ePolicing for Parents urges you to join people around the world working to teach children and youth about using online technology in a safe and responsible way.

With support from our School and Community Partners, West Vancouver Police Youth Liaison officers work throughout the year to support instruction of youth in cyber and online safety.  WVPD ePolicing for Parents urges everyone involved in caring for youth to understand they are a vital part of the equation to help children find their way in an increasing complex online world. 


Things You Can Do

need help poster is an online resource launched this year to help Canadian youth deal with the negative consequences of the creation and distribution of sexual images online. The website shows teens how to stop the spread of sexual images online.

cybertip_ca aims to protect children from online sexual exploitation by receiving and analyzing tips about potentially illegal material and online sexual exploitation and referring any relevant leads to the appropriate law enforcement agency and/or child welfare agency while providing information, resources, support and referral services.

wvpd logo

West Vancouver Police Youth Liaison

Please don't hesitate to contact our Youth Liaison officers, Cpl. Kellie English, Cst. Kevin Goodmurphy or Cpl. Chris Bigland at 604-925-7300 for more information or to discuss any specific concern.