Be On The Lookout

  • Joshua Hawkins Update

    Joshua Hawkins Update

    The Brockville Police Service continue to follow up leads and tips being received as a result of yesterday’s public appeal in an attempt to locate 29 year old Joshua Hawkins who ran away from the Brockville General Hospital Sunday around 6:00 p.m. Hawkins was last seen late Sunday evening in the area of Hamilton Street and the CN tracks wearing a yellow Tommy Hilfiger sweater, a teal polo shirt, and black shoes. No description is available for the pants he was wearing. He is described as being approximately 6 feet tall, weighing 175lbs, medium build; short straight brown hair and …

Community Messages

  • Distracted Driving Campaign

    Distracted Driving Campaign

    The Brockville Police Service will be participating in next weeks distracted driving campaign along with the Ontario Provincial Police. The campaign will run from Monday March 12, to Sunday March 18 and will focus on education and enforcement of drivers …
  • Brockville Police Service Deputy Chief Appointment

    Brockville Police Service Deputy Chief Appointment

    The Brockville Police Services Board is happy to announce the appointment of Deputy Chief Mark Noonan.   Deputy Chief Mark Noonan Mark will be replacing Deputy Chief Lee MacArthur who retired today after 33 years of service with the Brockville …
  • Brockville Police Service Retirements

    Brockville Police Service Retirements

    It is a day of mixed emotions for members of the Brockville Police Service family as we say “good-bye” to 3 of our valued members and wish them and their loved one’s the very best for a happy and healthy …

Police Reports

  • July 9 – 10, 2018 Incidents

    Robbery: On July 9, 2018 at 4:30 pm, a 19 year old male was assaulted by two males in the area of King St. West at St. Paul St. The …
  • July 6 – 8, 2018 Incidents

    Fighting by-law: On the 8th of July 2018 at 7:20 pm, two 17 year old males agreed to meet and fight over an “Instagram” dispute. One male had apparently “liked” …
  • July 5, 2018 Incidents

    Theft/Warrants/Drugs: On Wednesday July 4th the Brockville Police Service was contacted in regards to a theft of an e-bike valued at $600 from a downtown address. There were no suspects …

2017 Budget

I hope you will take a few moments to review the Brockville Police Service 2017 Budget. 

As many are aware, the cost of policing is an issue across Canada.  As municipalities struggle with increased costs in virtually all areas of operation, policing becomes a primary focus.  There are many reasons associated to the costs of policing.  First and foremost is 24 hour service.  As one of the few remaining 24 hour services provided in the City of Brockville we appear expensive when compared to other services.  The fact is that we are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week and we never close.  As indicated in past years we have also taken on the role of services that have diminished or have diminished capacity after 5 pm and on weekends.  We become the catch-all for the community of Brockville.  Our focus on youth and the aging population are a couple of community suited needs.  We work with the community, identify what the community wants and implement a program in response.   

Our challenge to you is to review the budget, then review the services provided by the Brockville Police Service.  We think you will be impressed.  Thanks for checking out our website and our 2017 Budget Presentation

Be safe!