Be On The Lookout

  • Missing Person – Rebecca Neilson

    Missing Person – Rebecca Neilson

    The Brockville Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 46 year old Rebecca Neilson. Rebecca was last seen on morning of the 2nd of February 2021 where she left a residence located within the City of Brockville’s center area. Rebecca Nielson is referred to as ‘Becky’.  She is approximately 5’5”, approximately 125lbs, blue eyes and shoulder length blonde hair.  She may be wearing glasses and has several ear piercings. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Brockville Police Service at 1-613-342-0127.

Community Messages

  • Alternate Response Unit

    Alternate Response Unit

    The Brockville Police Service has created an alternate response unit which will be assisting in diverting non-emergency calls for service from our patrol members.   The alternate response unit will be staffed with a police officer who will follow-up and support …
  • Presentation by MP Michael Barrett

    Presentation by MP Michael Barrett

    Sergeant Borgford, A/Sgt. Eric Ruigrok, Cst. Ross McCullough, Cst. Dustin Gamble and Cst. Geoff Fearon were recognized today by Member of Parliament Michael Barrett for their life saving efforts.  Mr. Barrett presented the officers with a scroll at the Brockville …
  • 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 Reports

  • February 22, 2021 News Release

    Theft On the 22nd of February 2021 at 3:40 AM officers responded to an alarm at 26 Front Ave. West, the Hydro One lot.  Officers discovered that someone had entered …
  • February 18 – 19, 2021 News Release

    Drugs/traffic enforcement On February 18th at 12:40 PM officers conducted a traffic stop on Stewart Blvd.  The driver of the vehicle was found to be in possession of unstamped tobacco …
  • February 17 – 18, 2021 News Release

    Warrants A 36 year old male surrendered to police on February 17th for an outstanding warrant.  The male had been released for prior charges, but failed to comply with the …


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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