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Emergency Number


This number is 24/7 service to report signal malfunctions, crossing incidents or other urgent safety concerns to the CN Police.

Please e-mail our CNPoliceTipLine for non urgent requests or Public Inquiries for general Information.

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You Can Prevent Railway Crossing and Trespassing Accidents
Rail safety is a shared responsibility and we ask everyone to be especially careful when on or near railroad property and at crossings.
Look, listen and live! That’s what it means to be rail smart.
Follow these tips—they could save lives.
Who We Are

Proud of our long history in railway policing that dates back to early 19th century, the CN Police Service commits to making CN the safest Railway in North America by protecting its people, property and resources and by ensuring the safety and security of the communities that CN serves.

CN Police Constables have been granted all the powers of a peace officer under the Railway Safety Act, including those powers vested through the Criminal Code of Canada.

In the U.S., each state in which CN operates grants police powers to CN Police Officers and Special Agents. State-specific powers are also granted by the United States Secretary of Transportation.

Among our many initiatives, we raise public awareness about the potentially devastating consequences of trespassing on railroad tracks and disregarding rail safety signs and signals at highway-rail grade crossings.

CN Police Crest Canada
CN Police Crest US
CN Police FAQ
Here are a few tips on how to work with the CN Police, find out where they operate and what services they offer.

CN Police FAQ

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CN Safety Partners
CN is proud to partner with these safety associations and to apply leading safety practice in the industry.

Association of American Railroads Operation Lifesaver Canada Operation Lifesaver Railway Association of Canada    madd logo