Law Enforcement Torch Run

Brockville Police Service is excited to finally participate in the Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) and to celebrate it’s 35th anniversary after 2 long years! The LETR has been supported by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police since 1987 and Law Enforcement agencies from around Canada have raised over $72 million dollars to support Special Olympians. The Brockville Police Service has been a proud supporter of Special Olympics and will be hosting the Torch Run on the 30th of June at 10am, starting at St. Lawrence Park. Participants will be raising funds and awareness during the run and will be finishing at Hardy Park with a BBQ. If you would like to donate to this worthy cause please visit:

Law Enforcement Torch Run® | Special Olympics Canada

 

Police Week 2022 Colouring Contest

Participate in

POLICE WEEK 2022 COLOURING CONTEST

May 15 – 21, 2022

Hosted by 

and

Colouring Pictures:  Police Car or Policeman     Be sure to write your name and phone number on your submission!

DEADLINE:  May 21 Photos must be turned into the Brockville Police Station (2269 Parkedale Ave., Brockville)

WINNERS:  To be announced May 23

Winners will be awarded a tour of the Police Station, Ice Cream Cake and Fudge from Cowan’s Dairy

 

Police Auction

TUESDAY, MAY 24TH – SUNDAY, MAY 29th, 2022

Articles now in possession of the Brockville Police Service to be sold in an

ONLINE AUCTION

Lyndon Marshall Auction Services – Lyndon Marshall Auction Services  

Bicycles – various sizes, styles, makes & models plus numerous miscellaneous items.

Missing Persons Act 2018 – 2021 Annual Report

Annual Report As Per Ontario Missing Persons Act – Ontario Regulation 182/19

The Brockville Police Service is required to report to the Police Services Board on an annual basis concerning any urgent demands made under the Act.

Section 5 of the Act stipulates the following:

5 (1)  An officer may make an urgent demand in writing to a person requiring the person to produce copies of records, in accordance with subsection (6), if the officer is satisfied that there are reasonable grounds to believe that,

a.  the records are in the custody or control of the person

b.  the records will assist in locating the missing person; and

c.  in the time required to obtain an order in accordance with section 4,

       i. the missing person may be seriously harmed, or

       ii. the records may be destroyed.

The Brockville Police can report that, while investigating a number of missing persons reports in 2021, this section was not utilized by its’ officers. There were 0 urgent demands made.

Respectfully submitted,

 

Andrew Harvie
Deputy Chief

Appointment of Deputy Chief Harvie

The Brockville Police Services Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Harvie as Deputy Chief of Police effective November 1, 2021.

Deputy Chief Harvie began his career in 1998 with the Toronto Police Service. He moved to Brockville in January of 2001 and worked the bulk of his career in uniform.  During his tenure as a constable, he served in Criminal Investigations, Emergency Response Team and as a police instructor.  He was promoted to rank of Sergeant in 2009 and to Staff Sergeant in 2018.

He was born and raised in Montreal and moved to Russell, Ontario in 1979.  He spent two years living in Saudi Arabia and returned to Russell in 1986.  He attended Algonquin College and obtained a diploma in Law and Security Administration.  He has served in the Canadian Primary Reserves with the Governor General Foot Guards and has worked as a correctional officer for both the federal and provincial system. Andrew has received extensive training through the Ontario Police College.  Deputy Chief Harvie is a member of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) and the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP).

Deputy Chief Harvie is a valuable member who has displayed dedication to the Service and the Community. The Board looks forward to working with him as he assumes his new role.

Community Survey

Community Survey

Essential to the long-term growth of the Brockville Police Service is a strategic plan that establishes a vision for the future and a set of measurable goals and objectives to help guide decisions on priority actions. As we look ahead, we are developing such a vision – one that builds on the success of our previous plan. The new vision will establish a set of commitments that align with our mission and values and clearly articulate our aspirations as a police service.

I write today to advise that Consilium Public Sector Services has been appointed to lead the planning effort.  This is your opportunity to provide input towards guiding the Brockville Police Service to better serve your needs.  Please scan the QR code below or follow this link to participate in our survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/F6ZTMRT

King Yee, Jr
Chair
Brockville Police Services Board

Appointment of Chief Noonan

The Brockville Police Services Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Mark Noonan as Chief of Police effective October 4, 2021.

Chief Noonan began his career in 1992 with the Brockville Police Service. He worked uniform patrol for 9 years before working the bulk of his career in Criminal Investigations and Intelligence. He was promoted to Deputy Chief in February, 2018, where he provided oversight and leadership in day to day operations, training, clerical and technical services and emergency planning.

He was raised in Brockville, attending Brockville Collegiate Secondary School and then Carleton University where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts Degree. Mark has received extensive training through the Ontario Police College, the Canadian Police College, and the Criminal Intelligence Service of Ontario. Chief Noonan is a member of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) and the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP).

Chief Noonan is a valuable member who has displayed dedication to the Service and the Community.  The Board looks forward to working with him as he assumes his new role.