Category Archives: Neighbourhood Watch

Weekly bulletins from our neighbourhood police department.

Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2017-06-12

This week’s topics:

  • Looking for Mary Papatsie – Missing since April.

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Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2017-06-05

This week’s topics:

  • STEP in June – Pedestrian safety, Construction zones.

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Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2017-05-29

This week’s topics:

  • Missing male.
  • Fraud at the Rideau Centre.
  • Local doctor charged with sexual assault.

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Search for Missing Elderly Woman

From https://onwec.com/2017/05/24/ottawa-police-continue-search-for-missing-elderly-woman/

Ottawa police continue search for missing elderly woman
May 24, 2017

A search continues Wednesday in the area for a missing 82-year-old woman who has been missing for three days.

Nelliya Karbisheva, who police say has a form of dementia, was reported seen around 10:30 p.m. Sunday leaving the Queensway Carleton Hospital on foot, walking toward Baseline Road.
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Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2017-05-15

Subject: Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for May 15, 2017
Date: Mon, 15 May 2017 14:21:31 -0400
From: Dawn Neilly <wellingtoncpc@gmail.com>

The Ottawa Police Service will be on the lookout for drivers in violation of the one -metre safe passing of cyclists legislation in the coming weeks.
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Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2017-05-08

This week’s topics:

  • Bike safety – Rules and suggestions.
  • 2017 Community Police Awards Ceremony.
  • 2017 Police Week events – May 14 to 20, theme is: Working Together for Safer Communities.
  • STEP in May – Motorcycles and defective vehicles.

In other news, police record checks are now preferably done online, see https://www.ottawapolice.ca/en/contact-us/Police-Record-Checks.asp
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Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2017-05-01

This week’s topics:

  • Bike safety – Info card available for store owners to attach to new bikes.
  • Crime reporting by phone – Now just a single phone number (613-236-1222) for non-emergency calls.

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