Be On The Lookout

  • Missing Person – Bryan Lewis, 60 years of age

    Missing Person – Bryan Lewis, 60 years of age

      The Brockville Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance in locating Bryan Lewis, 60 years of age from Brockville. Lewis was last seen in the early morning hours Tuesday November 10th leaving his north end residence and has no vehicle, or cell phone. He is described as being 5’7″ tall and 220lbs and believed to be wearing blue jogging pants, a black hood sweatshirt and black safety shoes. (photo attached) Anyone with information is asked to contact the Brockville Police at 613-342-0127.
  • Missing Person – Brent Boyd, 54 years of age

    Missing Person – Brent Boyd, 54 years of age

      The Brockville Police Service is currently looking to locate and check on the well-being of Brent Boyd 54 years of age.  Brent was reported missing to police on the 12th of August 2020.  The complainant had not seen the male since the 19th of July.  The service has had several tips that he has been spotted in the community, but no direct contact has been made with the male by police.  He is described as male, white, 5’5 and 130 lbs.

Community Messages

  • 2019 Annual Report

    2019 Annual Report

    2019 was a year of change for the community of Brockville.  The legalization of Marijuana and the proliferation of Outlaw Motorcycle Gang activity in the area topped off the year.  Locally, the Brockville Police Service utilized education relating to marijuana …
  • Police On-Line Auction – June 1 – 7, 2020

    Police On-Line Auction – June 1 – 7, 2020

      MONDAY, JUNE 1ST – SUNDAY, JUNE 7TH, 2020 Articles now in possession of the Brockville Police Service to be sold in an ONLINE AUCTION Lyndon Marshall Auction Services – Bicycles – various sizes, styles, makes & models plus …
  • Brockville Police and COVID-19

    Brockville Police and COVID-19

    Brockville Police and the City of Brockville are asking residents to do their part in combating the spread of COVID-19. Remember that following direction from health authorities can help save lives. “The priority of the Brockville Police is to ensure …

Police Reports

  • November 25 – 26, 2020 News Release

    Weapons On November 25th, 2020at 3:30 PM the Brockville Police Service received a report of a 25 year old male that had brandished a knife and made threats towards the …
  • November 21 – 22, 2020 News Release

    Theft On November 22, 2020 at 9:34 AM the Brockville Police responded to St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in regards to a male that was witnessed taking envelopes from the …
  • November 18 – 20, 2020 News Release

    Mental Health Act On November 18th, 2020 at 4:33 PM officers from C-platoon pulled a suicidal male to safety from the William Street overpass.  The 51 year old male place …


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Message from Chief Fraser

Welcome to the Brockville Police Service, Ontario’s oldest police service. We are excited that you have taken the time to visit our website and you are encouraged to follow us on Twitter @BPS_News and like us on Facebook.

The men and women of the Brockville Police Service take pride in their profession and they are here to assist you. We are committed to the safety of our citizens and the protection of their property. We provide 24/7 policing and emergency response. We work closely with a number of partner agencies in order to provide outstanding service such as assistance to victims and community safety. Our officers are highly trained and are ready for the next call.

Policing has changed over the years, as has the demographics and economics of our community. Times are changing and so must we. We are working closely with the Police Services Board, Council and our community to ensure we meet the challenges we face at various levels.

Please take a moment and review our Annual Report and our various social media sites. I think you will be impressed with what you see, I know we are!

Over 180 years of service, YOUR Brockville Police Service.

Scott Fraser
Chief of Police