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Some Province-wide Services in New Brunswick

RCMP Services
See list of individual RCMP Districts in PDF format below. Click here for full list of RCMP Services in New Brunswick. (PDF 96 k)

Emergency: 911

Chimo Help Line: 1-800-667-5005

Child Protection

After Hours Emergency: 1-800-442-9799

Toll Free: 1-888-99-ABUSE

Fredericton Sexual Assault Crisis


Muriel McQueen Fergusson Centre for Research on Family Violence


New Brunswick Legal Aid

506-451-1459 OR 506-451-1424

Muriel McQueen Fergusson Foundation:

506-472-5085, 1-888-673-6633 (MMFF)

Public Legal Education and Information Service of New Brunswick

506-453-5369, 1-888-236-2444


RCMP Services
Click here for full list of RCMP Services in New Brunswick. (PDF 96 k)

RCMP Districts

This chart is adapted with permission of Public Legal Education and Information Service of New Brunswick. It identifies some services available to victims of abuse including transition houses for women. It is divided by RCMP Policing Districts. Add other services that you know about in your area. For more services see the New Brunswick Directory of Services for Victims of Abuse at www.gnb.ca/0037/report/Directoryeng.pdf (English) or Répertoire des services aux victimes de mauvais traitements au Nouveau-Brunwick www.gnb.ca/0037/report/Directoryfre.pdf (French).

RCMP District 1 (Click for list in PDF format)

Grand Manan, St. Andrews (Municipal), St. George, St. Stephen

RCMP District 2 (Click for list in PDF format)

Chipman, Gagetown, McAdam, Minto, Oromocto, Stanley

RCMP District 3 (Click for list in PDF format)

Hampton, Sussex, Westfield

RCMP District 4 (Click for list in PDF format)

Cap-Pele (municipal), Port Elgin, Sackville, Shediac

RCMP District 5 (Click for list in PDF format)

Baie-Sainte-Anne (summer), Bouctouche, Richibucto, Rogersville

RCMP District 6 (Click for list in PDF format)

Blackville, Doaktown, Sunny Corner

RCMP District 7 (Click for list in PDF format)

Florenceville, Woodstock

RCMP District 8 (Click for list in PDF format)

Caraquet, Lameque, Neguac, Shippagan (municipal), Tracadie-Sheila

RCMP District 9 (Click for list in PDF format)

Bathurst, Belledune, Campbellton, Saint-Quentin

RCMP District 10 (Click for list in PDF format)

Perth-Andover, Plaster Rock, Riviere-Verte, Saint-Leonard

RCMP District 11 (Click for list in PDF format)

Codiac Regional, Hillsborough, Irishtown, Petitcodiac