Community Messages

  • The Brockville Police Community Volunteers is currently accepting applications!

    The Brockville Police Community Volunteers is currently accepting applications!

    The Brockville Police Community Volunteers are a dedicated group of people serving the community of Brockville. Volunteers will help out at community functions, aid with police booths at events such as Ribfest, help with barricades at parades, walk the beat, …
  • 2016 Youth In Policing Program

    2016 Youth In Policing Program

    The Brockville Police Service and the Brockville Police Service Board in partnership with the Government of Ontario’s Ministry of Children and Youth Services is accepting applications for the 2016 Youth In Policing Initiative program. YIPI Summer 2016  YIPI Summer 2016 …
  • Police Week – May 15 – 21, 2016

    Police Week – May 15 – 21, 2016

    May 15 to 21 has been designated as Police Week in Ontario. Police Week started in 1970 and it is observed every year in May to coincide with Peace Officers Memorial Day, which is recognized internationally on May 15. This …

Police Reports

  • May 18, 2016 Incidents

    Warrant On May 18th at 1:05 pm., Brockville Police received communication from Toronto Police indicating they had a man in custody that had warrants here. Our Officers met them half …
  • May 17, 2016 Incidents

    Trouble with Youth On May 17th at 11:28 am., Brockville Police responded to a request from a north end school to deal with an unruly student. The 8 year old …
  • May 13 – 14, 2016 Incidents

    Public Intoxication Patrol officers observed a 40 year old female in the downtown area staggering and stumbling at 4:30 in the afternoon on the 13th of May. Believing that she …

2016 Budget

We are pleased to present the 2016 operating budget for the Brockville Police Service.  When reviewing the budget please keep in mind that crime rates do not drive the police budget.  Police services are called on more frequently to perform non-police related duties which contribute to the cost.  We have taken the opportunity to reduce our budget over the past two years and accomplished this via a number of cost reduction initiatives. The implementation of part-time staff and the collective effort of all our members to reduce overtime have assisted us in achieving our goal.  As we continue to move forward we will continue to deliver progressive and modern policing.  Our vision to provide efficient and proactive policing is supported via our various community projects such as our “Connections” Program,  “Community Hub” and our Mental Health Outreach Program.  The mission to ensure safety and security through partnerships within our community is supported via our many community partners. View the 2016 Budget Presentation