Be On The Lookout

  • Fraud Suspect

    Fraud Suspect

    The Brockville Police Service is looking to identify the male in the photo below. Since October 2016, the male has withdrawn funds from a local banking institution after opening the accounts using forged documents and someone else identity. He is being sought in relation to charges of Utter Forged Documents, Identity Fraud and Fraud over $5000. Anyone who recognizes the subject is asked to contact Detective Graham Coe at 1-613-342-0127 (4245).  

Community Messages

  • Winter Safety

    Winter Safety

    Children will be out of school soon for Christmas break.  Ice thickness is not where it needs to be for walking and other activities.  The recent snow can provide a false sense of security. Please stay off the ice, recent …
  • Winter Driving

    Winter Driving

    On the 24th of November, Police received and attended to several reports of motor vehicle collisions. Police are reminding drivers to slow down and leave extra space between vehicles especially when weather and road conditions worsen during the winter months. …
  • Ontario Crime Prevention Week

    Ontario Crime Prevention Week

    This year, the week of November 6 to 12, 2016, has been designated Crime Prevention Week in Ontario. This year’s provincial theme is “Planning Together for Safer Communities”. It promotes a collective responsibility for community safety and well-being planning and …

Police Reports

  • January 15, 2017 Incident

    Arrest for Communication Breach of Undertaking On the 15th of January, 2017 at approximately 11 a.m., the Brockville Police Service received a complaint in reference to a breach of an …
  • January 14, 2017 Incidents

    Arrest on Warrant On the 14th of January, 2017 at approximatley 7 pm the Smiths Falls Police Service arrested a 48 year old man on the authority of a Brockville …
  • January 13, 2017 Incidents

    Warrant On the 13th of January, 2017 a 43 year old Kingston woman was remanded into custody on a number of outstanding criminal matters. She was arrested in Niagara Falls …


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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