Contact Information

Brandon Police Service

1020 Victoria Avenue
Brandon, MB

Emergencies 911

Non-Emergencies 204-729-2345

The Process for Filing Complaints Against Police Service Employees:

The Police Service requires that all complaints against employees, that are not formally resolved at the Supervisory level, be promptly and thoroughly investigated.

All Police Service employees are governed by the provisions of the Brandon Police Service Performance Management Policy. In addition, Police Members are also governed by the provisions of the Manitoba Law Enforcement Review Act and Police Services Act.

Anyone who feels aggrieved by the conduct or service provided by an employee may make a complaint by contacting the following:

Any employee of the Police Service

The On-Duty Supervisor

The Chief of Police

The Commissioner of the Law Enforcement Review Agency
Fax: 204-948-1014

The nature of the complaint determines whether the Police Service, LERA or the IIU will investigate it. In the event that the complaint or circumstances of an incident require notification to the IIU, the Chief of Police or designate is required to make this notification.

Further information on the IIU can be found at All complaints outside the scope of LERA or the IIU are investigated by the Police Service.


Manitoba Human Rights Commission

The Manitoba Human Rights Commission is an independent agency of the Government of Manitoba. They are responsible for administering The Human Rights Code, the provincial law that protects individuals and groups from discrimination.

There are human rights laws in every province and territory across Canada and there is also a federal human rights law. These laws all promote the principle that we are entitled to be treated on the basis of our individual merit and should not be subjected to prejudice or stereotypes. These laws ensure that we have equality of opportunity and freedom from discrimination, principles found in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. They ensure that we are all treated on the basis of our own merit and not subjected to prejudice and stereotypes.

Manitoba Human Rights Commission