Unwanted Person

On November 1st, Brockville Police responded to a King St. residence in regards to an unwanted person.

A local, 25 year male was arrested and charged with Public Intoxication. He was released with a fine when sober.

Breach of Undertaking

On November 3rd, Brockville Police attended a south end residence to check on a male who was to be abiding by a curfew.

The 46 year old, local male could not be located in his residence. Police are currently searching for the male and he faces two counts of Breaching his Undertaking.

Theft from Locker

On November 2nd, Brockville Police responded to the YMCA on Park St. for a theft complaint.

A city resident had her car keys removed from her locker. The thief then attended the parking lot and with the aid of the keys, removed the victim

Crime Prevention Week: Partners in Community Safety & Well Being

The Brockville Police Service is celebrating Crime Prevention week by focusing on the theme of Partners in Community Safety and well-being.

Crime Prevention Week is a time for police services to highlight successful partnerships in areas where the police and community work together to prevent crime. It is through local partnerships and engagement that communities are able to develop an effective, multi-sectorial approach to crime prevention and build stronger and safer community.

Thursday November 6 at 10:00pm at YMCA in the meeting room

Presentation to Seniors Group on Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)
Brockville Police Community Volunteer and Victim Services of Leeds and Grenville

Death Investigation

On the 30th of October 2014 members of the Brockville Police were contacted to attend a North end apartment in order to check on the wellbeing of the occupants. Officers arrived and entered the apartment. At this time two females (1 adult/1 child) were located and were deceased. Members of the Brockville Police Criminal Investigation Branch and Forensic Identification Branch were contacted to attend. OPP Forensic Identification also attended and offered assistance.

This matter is deemed a Coroner

Happy Halloween!

Its that time of year again when ghosts and goblins will take over our streets!!

Brockville Police would like to remind trick and treaters as well as motorists to be very careful.
Parents are encouraged to use reflective clothing and make use of flashlights.
Remain on one side of the street when attending houses and then use an intersection or crosswalk to gain access to the other side of the street.
Avoid zig zagging across streets and reduce the risk of someone getting hurt.
Do not leave small children unattended and keep them close by.
Looks like the weather will be on the cool side so dress children appropriately.
Brockville Police officers and Community Volunteers will be monitoring city streets to keep things safe for everyone.

Have a Happy and Safe Halloween!!

Young Person Charged

On the 24th of October 2014 at 3:30 pm officers attended to the area of the Skatepark adjacent to the Memorial Centre. At this time a 17 year old male from the area was found to be in possession of a controlled substance. He was charged for the offence and released with a court date. A young female was also located and she was turned over to her parents. Police are frequenting checks of the area as reports of vandalism have increased. Please be respectful and enjoy the space for the purpose it was created. It should be noted that the majority of the users of the area are respectful.