Press release

The following information is to alert, educate and advise the public on important events involving the BNPP police service.  This information may include changes to the law; job offers; dangers that the public may encounter, including AMBER alerts; and files that are destined for the courts. 

Anti-Fraud Bulletin


Tomorrow, for Safer Internet Day, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P) is launching modernized Zoe & Molly safety resources for online games. Zoe & Molly materials help teachers and parents have relevant, important conversations about staying safe online with their children and students in Grades 3 and 4.

The comics, which C3P are offering for free for a limited time, are accompanied by read-along versions, interactive online games, and a quiz. Together, the Zoe & Molly resources help teach children important skills like distinguishing safe and unsafe online boundaries, and telling an adult about inappropriate content, conduct, or contact online.

“The internet is an unregulated space that is constantly changing. It’s critical that we make resources available to parents and educators to help kids build skills to increase their safety,” said Noni Classen, C3P Director of Education. “The Zoe & Molly comics have been updated to address the new risks and offender tactics we’re seeing through reports.”

Visit for more information, read-along versions of the comics, or to play the online safety games and quizzes. To order free Zoe & Molly resources for a limited time, visit


The B.N.P.P Regional Police is looking for candidates with an interest in pursuing police training at the Atlantic Police Academy. Our police force has seats reserved for the next class which will begin on July 29th, 2024.

A competitive salary will be offered during the internship period which will take place from January 6 to March 28th, 2025. Also, selected candidates will receive confirmation of full-time employment at the end of the completed training.

If you are interested in this training and would like to join a dynamic team, contact Chief Roger Clavet at the following address : 



Running a generator during a snowstorm poses significant dangers, primarily due to the potential release of carbon monoxide (CO). Generators emit this colorless, odorless gas as a byproduct of combustion, and in an enclosed space, such as a garage or even a poorly ventilated outdoor area, it can accumulate to lethal levels. The danger increases during snowstorms when ventilation might be compromised and snow can block exhaust pipes, leading to the buildup of CO indoors. Carbon monoxide poisoning can result in symptoms like headaches, dizziness, nausea, and confusion, progressing to unconsciousness and death if exposure continues. It is crucial to operate generators outdoors in well-ventilated areas, away from windows and doors, and never inside homes, garages, or other enclosed spaces to prevent the life-threatening risks associated with carbon monoxide exposure.

For more on generator safety, please visit these sites below for safety tips: 

NBEMO (NB Emergency Measure Organisation) 0r NBPower    


The ‘’Alert Ready’’ service is the emergency alert service in Canada. It is used to warn the population of situations where people's lives could be in danger.

The system is linked to television networks, radios and compatible devices that are connected to an LTE network.

This system is used to quickly transmit information allowing appropriate measures to be taken without delay in an emergency situation.

To find out more or to check if your device is compatible with the service:

Alert Ready
Anti-Fraud Bulletin

2023-12-01; MAN SENTENCED

On December 1st, 2023, Jean-François Lahay, aged 33, received his sentence for a series of criminal offenses which took place in Beresford and St-Sauveur. He received a total of 6 years in prison for theft, mischief, possession of drugs for the purpose of trafficking and an offense under the Tobacco Tax Act. Mr. Lahay must also pay a fine of $2528.26.

Mr. Lahay was arrested on February 17th, 2023 in St-Sauveur during a police operation led by the BNPP Regional Police which was assisted by the Bathurst City Police, Public Safety and the RCMP.  Mr. Lahay is also prohibited from possessing a weapon for 10 years.