Sgt. Vince Wurfel
Constable Kristopher Keeshig
Constable Natasha Maxwell
Constable Ryan Solomon
Constable Raechel Wilhelm
Cynthia (Cindy) Nadjiwon
Anonymous Telephone No: 519-534-5122
Neyaashiinigmiing First Nation Police
P.O. Box 863
Wiarton, Ontario N0H 2T0
202 Port Elgin Rd.
(a.k.a. - Cape Croker)
(a.k.a - Chippewas of Nawash First Nation)
It is all of our responsibility to keep our community safe. Please slow down and obey the rules of the road.
Seat belts save lives!!
The best way to keep your child safe on the road is the make sure they are always buckled up properly while in the car, even when just driving around Cape.
Child Car Seat Stages
Stage 1: Rear-facing seat - Infants weighing under 9 kg (20 lbs.) are to travel properly secured in a rearward-facing child safety seat that meets the Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (CMVSS).
Stage 2: Forward-facing seats - Toddlers weighing 9 to 18 kg (20 to 40 lbs.) are to travel properly secured in a forward-facing child safety seat that complies with CMVSS and must be anchored to the vehicle using the tether strap (usually found on the back of the car seat).
Stage 3: Booster seat - Children under the age of eight, who weigh 18 kg or more but less than 36 kg (40-80 lbs.), and who stand less than 145 cm (57 ins. or 4 ft. 9 ins.) must travel in a booster seat that meets the CMVSS.
A child can start using a seatbelt alone once any one of the following criteria is met:
- Child turns eight years old
- Child weighs 36 kg (80 lbs.)
- Child is 145 cm (57 ins. or 4 ft. 9 ins.) tall
For more information, please visit the Ministry of Transportation website: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca