Victoria, BC – VicPD Patrol Officers are requesting the assistance of the public in locating the owner of a box of photos and other items located at the Royal BC Museum.
“Our thoughts and prayers go out to the men and women of the Dallas Police Department, and to all of those in Dallas affected by this terrible event. We have lowered our flags at our headquarters out of a sign of respect to the fallen and injured officers.”
-Deputy Chief Steve Ing
Victoria BC – …you are asked to pay owing taxes in the form of iTunes gift cards, prepaid Visa cards, or money transfers.
The “Canada Revenue Scam” is still active in our community. Once again, we are asking residents of Victoria and Esquimalt to speak to their loved ones, neighbours and friends educating them on the CRA Scam and how to make yourself safe.
As a result of continued public interest in calls for police service in and around the “Tent City” area, this report provides information on calls for police service by month and call type in the area of “Tent City.”
The “Tent City” area is defined using an approximate radius of three blocks, with the BC Courthouse greenspace at the centre. While this data reflects calls for service in the noted area, it does not necessarily mean that all of the calls are related to the “Tent City” encampment.
UPDATE: Jayde Dubois has been located and is safe. All previous photos and posts have been taken down.
Victoria BC – VicPD officers are searching for witnesses after an assault left a man with non-life-threatening injuries.
VicPD Missing Persons Unit Investigators are asking for your help in locating missing Victoria man Shane Anderson. Anderson suffers from a medical condition and has not been seen since June 27th.
Victoria, BC – VicPD has received the decision of Chief Justice Hinkson regarding the Victoria Courthouse encampment. VicPD respects the decision as an important step toward resolving this challenging situation.
VicPD will be deploying temporary cameras on Canada Day in specific downtown Victoria locations to support our operations to ensure public safety during this family-friendly event.
This Canada Day, we’ll be once again taking non-emergency calls for service on Facebook and Twitter using the#vicpdhelps hashtag. We’ll be monitoring #vicpdhelps on Facebook and Twitter from 7 p.m. until 11 p.m. for non-emergency calls for service.