Railway Crossings

The Centennial Road railway crossing had a malfunction causing one arm to remain lowered the other raised. Crews were quick to arrive and repair the issue. Thanks to the people who reported this as we are able to quickly notify the appropriate agency to repair it.

Computer Scam

The Brockville Police would like to remind people to ensure they are aware of who they are obtaining services from particular on the internet. Companies who contact you advising that you have a problem with your computer are committing a fraud. Please do not allow them access to your computer or provide them with any money. This scam is prevalent around the world and we have had victims of this scam in Brockville.

Selective Traffic Enforcement

The Brockville Police Service will be dedicating the month of March to seatbelts with their STEP program. Increased education and enforcement relating to seatbelts can be expected for the month of March. Offences relating to seatbelts carry a 110.00 fine. Be Safe!

Crime Prevention

The Brockville Police Service today joined police services across Ontario in supporting the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police

Selective Traffic Enforcement Program

The Brockville Police Service will be focusing on traffic light offences for the month of February. Collision data indicates that intersections along Stewart Blvd have a higher number of collisions than other intersections throughout the City. Please drive safely! Officers will continue to enforce all regulations of the roadway while conducting increased enforcement and education around traffic lights.

The month of January focused on distracted driving. Last month officers dealt with 14 incidents of distracted driving. In these cases drivers were issued with a ticket for distracted driving. Get the message! Don

Motor Vehicle Collisions

The Brockville Police responded to 2 motor vehicle collisions over the past 24 hours. The accidents were minor with no injuries being reported. Both accidents were attributed to weather issues.

Brockville Police Service Autism Registry

The Brockville Police is starting a new voluntary registry for people with Autism. The registry promotes communication and gives police quick access to critical information.

The Registry can provide emergency contact information, detailed physical descriptions, known routines, favourite attractions or special needs of the individual with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This registry will give officers quick access to critical information that may assist during an investigation.

Annual voluntary registration is required to keep the file active.

The Registry forms are available online www.brockvillepolice.com or at the police station at 2269 Parkedale Avenue, Brockville. If you have any questions please direct them to Sgt. Doug Locke (613-342-0127, ext 4228 or dlocke@brockvillepolice.com) who will oversee the program.

Make a Public Compliment

If you would like to have a member of the Brockville Police Service acknowledged for going above and beyond the call of duty, we want to hear about it!

We value our members efforts and would like to recognize their personal actions and contributions.

Email your comments to info@brockvillepolice.com

Report a Crime

To report a crime that is occuring call our emergency line at 9-1-1.

If the crime is a non-emergency or has occured in the past, please call our offices at (613) 342-0127.