Table 3
Municipal police services serving a population of 100,000 or more, Canada, 2016

Table 3
Municipal police services serving a population of 100,000 or more, Canada, 2016
Table summary
This table displays the results of Municipal police services serving a population of 100. The information is grouped by Municipal police services (appearing as row headers), 2015 population, Police officers, Hires , Departures , Net gain or loss: hirings and departures, Police officers eligible to retire, 2016 number of police officers, 2016 police officers per 100,000 population and Percentage change from previous year, calculated using number, rate and percent units of measure (appearing as column headers).
Municipal police servicesTable 3 Note 1 2015 populationTable 3 Note 2 Police officersTable 3 Note 3 HiresTable 3 Note 6 DeparturesTable 3 Note 6 Net gain or loss: hirings and departuresTable 3 Note 6 Police officers eligible to retireTable 3 Note 6
2016 number of police officers 2016 police officers per 100,000 populationTable 3 Note 4 Percentage change from previous yearTable 3 Note 5
number rate percent number percent
Toronto, Ont. 2,826,498 5,366 190 -1.9 70 151 -81 6.5
Montréal, Que. 1,999,795 4,583 229 -1.9 234 249 -15 16.3
Peel Region (Mississauga/Brampton), Ont. 1,373,033 1,967 143 -0.7 90 71 19 4.1
Calgary, Alta. 1,293,023 2,172 168 -1.1 90 50 40 0.0
York Region (Markham/Vaughan), Ont. 1,139,738 1,598 140 2.6 48 31 17 3.9
Ottawa, Ont. 956,710 1,239 130 -3.6 46 27 19 4.2
Edmonton, Alta. 950,421 1,739 183 2.2 115 77 38 7.5
Winnipeg, Man. 718,357 1,416 197 -1.7 2 48 -46 25.4
Durham Region (Oshawa/Whitby/Ajax), Ont. 661,190 861 130 -1.8 13 27 -14 8.4
Vancouver, B.C. 658,198 1,292 196 -0.2 54 63 -9 7.9
Québec, Que. 578,749 771 133 7.5 68 13 55 1.4
Halton Region (Oakville/Burlington), Ont. 559,213 690 123 0.9 30 16 14 2.6
Hamilton, Ont. 556,359 840 151 -0.1 37 38 -1 19.0
Waterloo Region (Kitchener), Ont. 542,511 767 141 -0.7 23 25 -2 0.9
Surrey, B.C. 505,359 730 144 12.6 119 9 110 6.0
Niagara Region (St. Catharines), Ont. 449,098 706 157 -0.8 20 27 -7 6.9
Laval, Que. 425,225 600 141 5.0 0 15 -15 10.8
Longueuil, Que. 421,342 565 134 -1.0 9 15 -6 2.8
London, Ont. 391,925 582 148 -2.5 9 18 -9 4.1
Gatineau, Que. 278,780 395 142 -1.0 8 10 -2 3.8
Saskatoon, Sask. 258,068 453 176 -0.9 18 11 7 10.2
Burnaby, B.C. 242,412 281 116 -1.2 26 5 21 7.8
Halifax, N.S. 233,874 512 219 0.3 28 17 11 6.3
Windsor, Ont. 219,335 429 196 -1.8 10 17 -7 0.0
Regina, Sask. 219,279 393 179 -0.1 14 10 4 2.5
Richmond, B.C.Table 3 Note 7 205,983 200 97 0.3 14 4 10 7.5
St. John's, N.L. 205,776 342 166 4.6 32 14 18 28.4
Richelieu Saint-Laurent, Que. 202,732 212 105 0.1 0 6 -6 0.0
Sherbrooke, Que. 164,666 203 123 -1.1 2 4 -2 2.0
Greater Sudbury, Ont. 164,266 264 161 3.4 18 17 1 3.8
Barrie, Ont. 148,134 237 160 -1.6 8 1 7 1.3
Saguenay, Que. 147,976 178 120 0.2 0 2 -2 2.2
Abbotsford, B.C. 144,949 212 146 -2.1 5 12 -7 1.9
Lévis, Que. 144,040 153 106 2.0 7 4 3 13.1
Terrebonne, Que. 138,422 166 120 9.2 3 3 0 1.2
Coquitlam, B.C. 136,717 167 122 14.8 23 7 16 10.2
Trois-Rivières, Que. 135,374 157 116 -2.3 8 7 1 1.9
Kingston, Ont. 130,490 201 154 4.0 9 7 2 2.5
Guelph, Ont. 130,440 193 148 0.2 5 5 0 10.9
Kelowna, B.C. 128,924 178 138 2.1 8 1 7 12.4
Codiac Region (Moncton), N.B. 117,287 147 125 -2.3 1 9 -8 21.8
Thunder Bay, Ont. 116,311 232 199 4.4 9 6 3 5.2
Saanich, B.C. 115,609 158 137 0.3 10 8 2 3.2
Langley Township, B.C. 112,909 139 123 6.5 10 3 7 7.9
Delta, B.C. 108,754 155 143 -12.5 8 5 3 0.0
Chatham-Kent, Ont. 105,322 159 151 -1.1 0 5 -5 8.2
Roussillon Region, Que. 105,168 115 109 0.9 3 8 -5 7.0
Red Deer, Alta. (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) 103,232 164 159 8.3 25 7 18 7.3
Victoria, B.C. 102,973 243 236 -1.0 11 13 -2 21.4
Lethbridge Region, Alta. 100,995 161 159 -5.9 1 4 -3 10.6
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