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BNPP Regional Police

The BNPP Regional Police force was founded in 1981. It was the first Regional Police created in the province of New Brunswick. It consists of one town, three villages and two local district services. BNPP stands for Beresford, Nigadoo, Petit-Rocher and Pointe-Verte. We provide policing for over 9000 in population. The nearest city is Bathurst and we are situated just North of the Bathurst city limits. We have 16 full time police officers, one part time and two civilians. 

Cst. Mathieu Richard
Cst. Mathieu Richard reçoit une plaque en reconnaissance du partenariat durant l'année 2009 entre la police régionale BNPP et l'école Domaine Étudiant de Petit-Rocher. Cst. Mathieu Richard receiving a plaque in 2009 in recognition of the partnership between the BNPP Regional Police and Domaine Étudiant Middle School.

Cst. Manon Doucet et Cst. Eugene Berthelot
Cst. Manon Doucet et Cst. Eugene Berthelot au dévoilement du monument en hommage d'André Boudreau à Nigadoo. Cst. Manon Doucet and Cst. Eugene Berthelot at the unveiling of the André Boudreau monument in Nigadoo.

Cst. Christian Lagacé et Cst. Manon Doucet
Cst. Christian Lagacé et Cst. Manon Doucet à la cérémonie d'ouverture des Jeux d'Acadie à Petit-Rocher. Cst. Christian Lagacé and Cst. Manon Doucet at the opening ceremony of the Acadian Games in Petit-Rocher.

Jean-Michel Fournier
Jean-Michel Fournier received a $1,000.00 scolarship award from the NBPA. He is the son of A/Inspector Claude Fournier. Sgt. Michel Robichaud made the presentation on behalf of the NBPA.

Jean-Michel Fournier qui reçoit une bourse de 1000.00 $ de l'Association des policiers du Nouveau-Brunswick. Il est le fils de l'inspecteur par intérime Claude Fournier. Sgt Michel Robichaud remet le chèque au nom de l'Association provinciale des policiers du Nouveau-Brunswick.