PO Box 88
Eastern Passage Stn. Main
Eastern Passage, NS
B3G 1M7

Office: 902 468-7555

Chief Executive Officer:
David Fisher

Rick Hickox

Canadian Police




On behalf of the Police Association of Nova Scotia, and the various Municipal Police Officers across the Province of Nova Scotia that we represent, I would like to personally welcome you to the Guide Web Site

This site has been created to allow greater public access to our Annual Community Guides. These publications help our organization focus attention on many serious Community Problems, including such important topics as our four most recent guides on “Suicide Prevention Awareness”, "Child Abuse Awareness", “Cannabis Awareness” and "Mental Health Awareness”.

These publications are currently on display on this Website. Please take an opportunity to view and/or download a copy of these publications for your family's personal use.

PANS Annual Community Guides have been created with the following objectives in mind:

  • To help the people of Nova Scotia better familiarize themselves with their Municipal Police Officers and their activities
  • To educate and promote the public's role in Crime Prevention and Law Enforcement to help address some of Nova Scotia's most serious Community Problems
  • To help provide ongoing funding for PANS to support worthwhile Community Activities and increase our service and representation for the many Municipal Police Officers that we represent in Nova Scotia.

We would like to take this opportunity to extend a sincere "THANK YOU" to the many supporters of our Annual Telephone Appeal. Your support and endorsement for the activities of the Police Association of Nova Scotia makes us proud to serve as members of your communities throughout Nova Scotia.

We remain, at your service...

David W. Fisher
Chief Executive Officer
Police Association of Nova Scotia


The Police Association of Nova Scotia is sponsoring our annual provincial telephone appeal. Funds are being raised to help publish our 53rd Annual Crime Prevention Guide, this time focusing on “Teenagers Drug Abuse Prevention Handbook” and designed to help show High School Age Children the consequences of consuming street drugs that may include life threatening Fentanyl and other potentially deadly substances.

Businesses are being asked to advertise in our publication and private citizens are being asked to contribute as well.

Funds raised will allow us to make this unique community publication available throughout our Province. Proceeds will be used to support Police Association of Nova Scotia activities including a special donation this year to support patient care at addictions services across the Nova Scotia.

For further information, please contact the Police Association of Nova Scotia Campaign Office at 1-800-890-4090.

Kindest Regards,

David Fisher
Chief Executive Officer

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