Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2017-07-10

This week’s topics (and a couple of other things afterwards):

  • STEP in July – Red lights and bicycles.
  • Break-in on Wellington – Red Robbing Hood.
  • Missing male – Older guy left home July 5.
  • Missing male – Left without his meds.

– Alex

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Subject: Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for July 10
Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2017 13:41:15 -0400
From: Dawn Neilly <>

Attached is the Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for July 10, 2017. Please feel free to pass it along to anyone who might be interested in receiving it. Any comments, information or requests to be added to or deleted from the list may be sent to If you want to contact Cst. Neilly directly, please use

Eileen Reardon, Volunteer
Wellington Community Police Centre
(613) 236-1222 x5870


From: “Neilly, Dawn R” <>
Date: July 5, 2017 at 10:29:05 AM EDT
Subject: FW: [New post] Crime Alert/ Theft From Vehicle

Hi guys,

Not sure if you have signed up to at if not I would recommend it because they do send out some good info. Since I have been away unfortunately we have been getting an increase in theft from vehicles and I want to promote to people the All Valuables Removed Card. Our hope is that if nothing of value is seen in the car the thief will carry on especially if the door is lock. We do have some opportunist that will search a car regardless if they find it unlocked though. The other type of theft we are finding are those where a window gets smashed just so they can see what is hiding under a blanket or in a gym bag. Of course there have been many people stating that they locked their door but were broken into w/out damages so as seen below this is a current trend.

I have some yellow AVR card in my office and can drop some off for anyone or they can print it from the web link above.

Reminder to make the report online even if nothing was taken to allow Ottawa Police to track the incidents allowing us to direct our attention where it is needed. Also consider calling in a suspicious person call crime in progress if you see someone checking car doors.

Take care

In reply to:

From: “Neilly, Dawn R” <>
Subject: 2016 Annual Report

Hi Everyone,

I wanted to send this out it was made available to the public late June. Please feel free to forward it to anyone who may be interested.

Take care

2016 Ottawa Police Service Annual Report.pdf