Community Messages

  • LEEDS & GRENVILLE COUNTY COMMUNITY PARTNERS HOLDING MENTAL HEALTH INFORMATION SESSION FOR PUBLIC

    LEEDS & GRENVILLE COUNTY COMMUNITY PARTNERS HOLDING MENTAL HEALTH INFORMATION SESSION FOR PUBLIC

    Leeds Grenville Ontario Provincial Police (O.P.P), Brockville Police Service, Gananoque Police Service, Lanark Leeds & Grenville Addictions & Mental Health, and Leeds & Grenville Mental Health Crisis Team are joining together to provide the public with an information session around …
  • Pokeman Go

    Pokeman Go

    Community Reminder Pokeman Go is becoming a very popular activity for people to engage in.  We are experiencing phone calls at our Service in regards to folks trespassing and being in all areas of the city at late hours.  Please …
  • Chief Fraser awarded the International Leadership Award

    Chief Fraser awarded the International Leadership Award

    It is with great pride that the Brockville Police Services Board would like to congratulate Chief Scott Fraser on being awarded the International Leadership Award by the FBINAA of NYS and East Canada Chapter at their recent conference. Chief Fraser …

Police Reports

  • September 30, 2016 Incidents

    Break and Enter On September 29th at 8:17 am, Brockville Police attended a residential break and enter in the north end of the city. Overnight, entry was gained to a …
  • Police are Seeking Witnesses

    The Brockville Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance regarding an altercation which took place outside of ‘The Bar’ (former Commercial Hotel) on Friday September 23rd at approximately 1030 p.m. …
  • September 28, 2016 Incidents

    Shoplifter On September 28th at 10:32 am, Brockville Police attended a north end box store in regards to a man caught shoplifting. The local 22 year old was charged by …

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