In an emergency, dial 9-1-1 on your phone
800 Commissioners Road East
800 Commissioners Road East
339 Windermere Road
29 Noxon Street
Provice Wide, ON
Province Wide, ON
Ontario Provincial Police
The Dorchester detachment of the OPP is located in the Flight Exec Centre. Administrative requests such as police checks are done at the Exeter Road location in London. We are allocated officers based on need, so be sure to report anything you see so that, first and foremost, the crime can be stopped and people appropriately dealt with, and secondly, so that we maintain a police presence here in town.
Non-Emergency for Middlesex (London): 519-681-0300
Non-Emergency Number for all of Ontario: 1-888-310-1122
London Elgin Middlesex Crime Stoppers
Crime Stoppers is a not-for-profit program for the public to call in tips to solve or identify crimes in their community. This is a partnership between the police, the media and the public. All callers will never have to reveal their identity or testify in court. Crime Stoppers does not use call display or *69. Callers may receive a cash reward for tips provided.
Crime Stoppers programs do not receive funding from any government sources. We rely entirely on fundraising initiatives to support and drive our program. Community leaders, the business community and individual citizens can assist Crime Stoppers in many ways, including financial assistance or partnerships to raise awareness of the issues facing our communities. Financial donations are tax-deductible and directly benefit London Elgin Middlesex Crime Stoppers (“LEMCS”). Tip rewards paid out by the program come from these funds. We are totally run by volunteers.
When you report a crime, you are assigned a code. No personal information is collected. You can enter your code in a follow-up link. If their anonymous tip turns into an arrest or charge, you are paid a reward. You pick up your reward at a LIBRO bank with your tip code that was generated during submission.
What can be reported to Crime Stoppers:
- Crimes already committed
- Crimes about to occur
- Whereabouts of wanted people
Link to submit a tip anonymously: p3tips.com
You can also submit anonymous tips from our free and secure mobile app. Search your App Store for “P3 Tips”
Thames Centre Fire Department - Dorchester Station
The Thames Centre Fire Department operates out of two locations: Dorchester and Thorndale. The Dorchester station was constructed in 1993 and currently houses six fire service vehicles for emergency response. Under the direction of the Fire Chief, the Dorchester station is staffed entirely by volunteers, which includes a District Chief, a Deputy Chief, Training Officers, Captains, and Firefighters. These dedicated individuals respond to emergencies 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Firefighters from the Dorchester station provide emergency response for not only Dorchester, but also Nilestown, Mossley, Harrietsville, Gladstone, Putnum, Avon, and the surrounding areas in Thames Centre. They also provide emergency response to Highway 401 from Oxford County to the city of London.
Middlesex London Paramedic Services