Unsafe Ice

The Brockville Police are warning people to remain off of the ice as areas are not safe. Police responded to reports of a male walking on the ice yesterday. The male was observed walking in the area of Centeen Park. Officers searched the area and did not locate a person or observe foot prints leading to open water. As the weather changes the ice conditions follow. Please stay safe!

Jail and Bail

The Brockville Police are excited to partner with the local branch of the Special Olympics, Crimestoppers, The Upper Canada School Board, The Catholic District School Board and Riverside Ford. Jail and Bail will see representatives from each agency arrested and locked up in a mock cell at the 1000 Island Mall. The event will take place on April 10th starting at 12:30 pm and the cell will be located in the Sears Court area of the mall. We are hoping that our media partners may have an opportunity to come out see the event. There will be more to follow as we get closer to the event!

Impaired Driving

Brockville Police received a 911 call on March 17, 2014 regarding a possible impaired driver.

The witness advised that she had seen a gold coloured pickup being driven by a male subject go into a snowbank, back up and continue eastbound on Brock Street. Police arrived in the area shortly after 5:00 pm and located the pickup and driver in a MacKenzie Street driveway. Police quickly determined that the male driver had been drinking excessively and he was arrested. The 57 year old Brockville man provided samples of his breath with readings of 250 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood.

He has been charged with 2 drinking and driving offences.


On Saturday March 15, 2014 at approximately 12:30 pm a male suspect was at the LCBO on Parkedale Avenue. He selected numerous bottles of alcohol, left the store paying for one bottle and not paying for a number of bottles which he had concealed. The theft was discovered after the fact when a LCBO staff member was reviewing store video. Brockville Police were notified. The male suspect is described as 55 to 65 years of age, 5

Public Intoxication

Brockville Police were called to King Street West at John Street to investigate a disturbance just after midnight on March 8, 2014. On police arrival a male suspect was yelling and screaming at the staff and patrons of a nearby bar. Police learned that he had earlier caused a disturbance inside the bar. The suspect was heavily intoxicated. For his own safety, police took the suspect into custody and held him until sober. The 37 year old Brockville man was charged with public intoxication.


On March 7, 2014 at about 5:00 pm a male victim parked his 2006 Chevrolet Impala at the rear of 160 King Street West. He returned to his car about 12 hours later only to find that it had been extensively damaged. The windshield, side window, sunroof and mirror had been broken along with paint damage. At this time there are no suspects.
Anyone having any knowledge of this incident are encouraged to contact the Brockville Police at 613 342-0127.

Brockville Police Community Volunteers

The Brockville Police along with Volunteer Coordinator Adrian Geraghty are pleased to announce the addition of A.J. Benoit to the Volunteer team. A.J. brings a tremendous business background along with a passion for the community.


On March 6, 2014 members of the Brockville Police Service with the assistance of the Ontario Provincial Police Child Sexual Exploitation Unit and Technical Crime Unit executed a search warrant at a residence in the City of Brockville. Computers and other items have been seized from the residence containing images of child sexual abuse.
A 51 year old Brockville male has been charged with 2 counts of possession of child pornography, 1 count of making child pornography and 1 count of accessing child pornography.

The accused appears in bail court on March 7, 2014.

Theft Under

Brockville Police investigated a theft from the Parkedale Avenue LCBO on March 1, 2014. A female suspect was in the store at 4:15 pm. She selected several items, concealing one bottle of liqueur in her shoulder bag. She then paid for the remaining items and left the store. Staff members were able to confirm the theft and police were contacted. Police were aware of the suspect