Brockville Ontario Reeling from Halloween Murder Suicide – Police Blotter – Nov 7, 2014 #BPS

Brockville Ontario Reeling from Halloween Murder Suicide – Police Blotter – Nov 7, 2014  #BPS
BPSMonday, November 03, 2014
Press Release

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

• Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)
• CPTED is a proactive design philosophy built around a core set of principles that is based on the belief that the proper design and effective use of the built environment can lead to a reduction in the fear and incidence of crime as well as an improvement in the quality of life.
• Brockville Police Community Volunteer and Victim Services of Leeds and Grenville will provide specialized safety planning tips to those at risk of being victimized and to citizens wishing to have an evaluation done on their residence to ensure its surroundings are safe.

Saturday November 8 from 10:00am-4:00pm at Walmart
Child ID and Lock It or Lose It Campaign

Highlight the St. Lawrence College Volunteers in Policing Program and the Youth in Policing Initiative
• V.I.P.P. (Volunteers in Policing Program) is a partnership between the Brockville Police Service and second year Police Foundation students from St. Lawrence College. These students are highly motivated and display a high level of personal qualities with a desire to help others. Starting in 1996, each fall, a team of second year Police Foundation students are selected based on their college record and their performance in an actual police employment interview conducted by members of the Recruitment/Promotion Interview Team. All second year and select first years’ students are encouraged to apply for the positions, which gives valuable experience in providing a meaningful internship for a future police career. The opportunity to go through the actual police interview and hiring process where they are required to answer questions and participate in discussion at the interview phase, gives the students invaluable experience towards their future chosen career.

Today’s V.I.P.P. students are still just as active as ever, being involved in many pro-active aspects of Community Policing and Community Safety. The V.I.P.P. team are involved in such programs as Child I.D, the Brockville and District Safe Communities Coalition, Halloween Patrols, Crime Stoppers and many other projects. Members of the V.I.P.P. team intern with the Police Service from October to May.

• The Youth in Policing Initiative (YIPI) is a partnership with the Brockville Police Service and the Ministry of Children and Youth Services to two students for the school year.

The Youth in Policing Initiative focuses on three main goals: teaching the students about policing, teaching the students about the importance of strong community ties and helping the students to develop both personally and professionally. It focuses on hiring students between the ages of 15-18 years old.

The MasoniCh.I.P. program

The MasoniCh.I.P. program uses modern, police-approved techniques to create a child identification kit for the ones you love. The kit collects photos, video, voice recordings, digital fingerprints, dental impressions, saliva swabs as well as traditional statistical information (height, weight, hair and eye colour, etc.). This information is matched to work seamlessly with Ontario’s law enforcement providers. By being so compatible, the critical identifying information can be broadcast and shared more quickly than ever before to assist with the safe recovery of missing children. The MasoniCh.I.P. program is brought exclusively to families by dedicated Masons and their volunteers, free of charge along with our sentiment that “We hope you never need to use it.”

What’s in a MasoniCh.I.P. Kit

When a child has a kit prepared, their parent or guardian will receive a printed colour data sheet with several ID card inserts, a CD-ROM storing all the digital information, and a sealed bag with the dental plate and cheek swab. All this material and information is given to the parent or guardian. No information is ever stored by the MasoniChIP program.

Lock it or Lose it Campaign

A proactive crime prevention program that encourages drivers to take precautions to protect their vehicles and vehicle contents from theft, particularly as the holiday season approaches.
“Auto theft and the theft of valuables from vehicles are preventable crimes. With people out shopping and visiting friends and families during the holiday season, we want motorists to be aware that leaving their vehicles unlocked or having valuables in plain sight within their vehicles is an invitation for thieves, The Lock it or Lose it campaign is about taking precautions so that crime doesn’t ruin the holiday season.”

Under Lock it or Lose it, police officers and community volunteers throughout Brockville will examine parked vehicles to confirm they are locked and that no valuables have been left in plain view. Officers place a small notice on vehicles checked indicating what safety precautions were neglected and offering some simple prevention tips for drivers to protect their vehicles against theft. The notice also congratulates drivers who have ensured that their vehicle is secure, with valuables out of sight.

Monday, November 03, 2014
Press Release

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’s wallet. No suspects at this time and investigation is ongoing.

Monday, November 03, 2014
Press Release

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.

Monday, November 03, 2014
Press Release

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.

Monday, November 03, 2014
Press Release

On November 1st, Brockville Police responded to the King St. W. area to assist ambulance on a medical call.

A male party was in the area making himself known to Police. The 18 year old, local male was found to be breaching conditions of his release from a pending charge. He was released at the scene with a future court date.

Monday, November 03, 2014
Press Release

On November 1st, Brockville Police responded to a domestic dispute at a south end residence.

A local, 46 year old male was arrested and charged with Assault on his partner. He was released later on conditions and a future court date. Injuries were very minor in nature.

Monday, November 03, 2014
Press Release

On October 31st, Brockville Police responded to the Pearl St. area in response to an intoxicated male.

The subject was bothering children for candy as they passed by. A 24 year old, local male was arrested and charged with Public Intoxication. He was released with a fine when sober.

Monday, November 03, 2014
Press Release

On October 31st, Brockville Police responded to the Pearl St. area in response to an intoxicated male.

The subject was bothering children for candy as they passed by. A 24 year old, local male was arrested and charged with Public Intoxication. He was released with a fine when sober.

Monday, November 03, 2014
Press Release

On October 31st, Brockville Police responded to the LCBO on King St. W. in regards to a possible theft of liquor.

The 32 year old, male suspect was on release conditions from previous charges and was not to attend the store. The local male was arrested and charged with Breaching his Undertaking X 2. He was released with a future court date.

Monday, November 03, 2014
Press Release

Nice quiet evening for Halloween. No issues relating to trick or treaters of any major consequence.
Although local bars were filled with party goers, streets cleared afterwards with very minor issues.
A safe Halloween for everyone!!

Saturday, November 01, 2014
Press Release

The Brockville Police in conjunction with the Coroner’s office are confirming the cause of death in relation to the investigation on Kyle Court.

The 5 year old female tragically died as a result of a homicide and the 36 year female died as a result of self-inflicted lacerations. Forensic Identification officers recovered a pair of scissors which were used causing both deaths. Both females had been deceased for a number of hours prior to them being located.

The Brockville Police and Regional Supervising Coroner’s office are continuing their investigation.

Please direct any inquires to Scott Fraser at 613-802-0400

Friday, October 31, 2014
Press Release

The Brockville Police are continuing to work with family members of the deceased and area asking for the media’s assistance. Family members are devastated by these tragic events and are seeking privacy. We are not releasing the identity of the deceased and are asking for the media to keep that information confidential.

The Brockville Police are asking our media partners to direct any inquiries to Chief Scott Fraser at 613-802-0400.

Thank you for your assistance in this matter.

Friday, October 31, 2014
Press Release

The Brockville Police would like to provide the following updates in relation to the ongoing death investigation.

• The Brockville Police are continuing to work alongside the Coroner’s office.

• Brockville Police can confirm that the females are aged 36 years and 5 years and are mother and daughter.

• Members of the Brockville Police have been working with staff at the Upper Canada School Board and the School Board advises that grief counselors are in place to offer support to students and staff.

• The incident occurred at 845 Kyle Court in the City of Brockville.

Details will be released as they become available.

Please contact Chief Scott Fraser at 613-802-0400 if you have any questions.

Friday, October 31, 2014
Press Release

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!!

Friday, October 31, 2014
Press Release

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’s Investigation and members of the Brockville Police will assist.

At this time we can confirm that the females were related to each other and resided in the apartment.

Due to the sensitive nature of this investigation we will not be releasing any names.

Please contact Chief Scott Fraser with any questions. (613)802-0400.

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