Brockville - Safe Community
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Jan 28, 2015 Press Release: Search Warrant
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Jan 27, 2015 Press Release: Kijiji Scam
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Experienced Communication Operator
The Brockville Police Service is currently seeking a highly motivated and qualified individual to work in our communications centre.

Candidates will have the ability to multi-task, will be very organized and have a tolerance for working in a stressful environment. The current position is a part-time position with variable hours including shift work. This position is available for previous or current communications operators.

• Ontario Police College or equivalent CPIC (Canadian Police Information Centre) training
• Competency in NICHE Records Management System
• Experience working in a police environment
• Knowledge of the Ontario Police Services Act
• Knowledge of the “Rules of CPIC”
• A demonstrated ability to perform the role of communications operator

If you are interested in becoming part of the Brockville Police Service team, please forward your resume and references to:

Deputy Chief Lee MacArthur
Brockville Police Service
2269 Parkedale Avenue
Brockville ON

Or email:

Applications must be received by the Brockville Police Service no later than Friday, February 13th at 4:00 pm.

We thank all applicants in advance and advise only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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Teddy Bear Donation
The Brockville Police are pleased to accept 12 Teddy Bears from the Brockville and District Tunis Shriners.

At a special presentation the bears were delivered and another great community partnership began. Local Shriners want the Bears to go to children who may be in distress. The Bears have been placed in our police vehicles and will be handed out if required. Many thanks to our friends, The Tunis Shriners!
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Brockville Kinsmen and the Community Volunteer Program
The Brockville Police would like to thank the Brockville Kinsmen for their generous support of the Community Volunteer Program.

Chief Scott Fraser and Volunteer Coordinator Adrian Geraghty are seen here receiving the cheque from Kinsmen President Steve Benoit and Vice President Tony Piovesan.

The Community Volunteers have logged over 800 hours of volunteer time in our community, covering a vast number of community events. This is all possible based on the support of the local Kinsmen. Thank you!
Brockville Police Community Volunteers
Brockville Police Service is proud to announce the new Brockville Police Community Volunteer program!
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Sexting can ruin a teen’s life with the click of a button. Prevent your child from falling victim or getting caught up in the act of sexting. Know the facts…prevent the crime!
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Crime Mapping - Visualizing Crime in our Community
Take a moment to check out our new crime mapping tool! Thanks to Midland Police for sharing their technology.
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Brockville Police Service - Organizational Review
In the summer of 2012, Brockville City Council engaged a consultant to review various departments within the City.
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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 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 who will oversee the program.
Voluntary Registation Program - 9-1-1 Communication
This voluntary registration program is intended to assist Brockville Emergency Services in providing appropriate response to 9-1-1 emergency calls where communication barriers exist. The information collected is strictly confidential; however, it may be shared with other emergency services.

Qualified registrants are residents of the City of Brockville and Counties of Leeds and Grenville with hearing loss that prevent their ability to communicate with 9-1-1 operators via regular telephone. In the event a 9-1-1 call is received from the registered address, information specific to the communication barrier will be available to the area emergency services.
Web Aware
Web Awareness Safety
Parents get involved! The Internet is fantastic, but there are risks. Your involvement is essential. This site provides the tools you need to help keep your kids safe online.
2015 BPS Budget
2015 Brockville Police Service Operating Budget
The 2015 Brockville Police Service Operating Budget was approved by the Police Service Board on September 25, 2014.
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Brockville Police Service Annual Report
The 2013 Annual Report
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Asset Building - Positive Youth Development
"Every Kid in Our Communities"
Safe Kids...Safe Families...Safe Communities
There's a powerful new movement out there that is capturing the attention and involvement of growing numbers of child care, parents, educators, police officers, mental health, coaches, senior citizens, neighbours and young people themselves.
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Emergency Preparedness Guide Book
The Safe Community Coalition of Brockville & District, in partnership with the Safe Communities Partnership of Perth and District, has prepared a 2nd edition of the Emergency Preparedness Guidebook with the assistance of the Brockville Recorder & Times.
Jan 27, 2015
Next BPSB Meeting - February 26, 2015 at 1:00 pm
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Wanted by Police
If you have information on a wanted person, please call Crime Stoppers at
1-800-222-TIPS (8477). You do not have to identify yourself in any way.
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Safe Community"
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