Odd, no Monday post. So here are the last three pending posts from Neighbourhood Watch:
- Check on seniors during ongoing pandemic.
- Frontline patrol launches Project Handlebar – Stolen bike recovery.
- Project NoiseMaker targets speeding, stunt driving and excessive noise on city streets.
- Open data stats release and theft prevention tips – Bicycle theft avoidance tips and open data on where thefts happen.
Last couple of day’s topics:
- Changes to interprovincial crossings operation.
- A reminder to remain vigilant about the potential for abuse towards women and children.
- Missing youth to locate.
- Provincial restrictions at interprovincial crossings.
A few topics collected from March 24 to April 8th:
- Neighbour’s vigilance assists in high-end vehicle theft arrest in Kanata.
- Spring riding tips for motorcycle riders.
- A letter to the Ottawa community from the Community Equity Council.
- Expect to see more people on bikes and put safety first.
A few topics since the 17th up to today:
- The real threat of authentic-looking fake guns.
- Hate incidents targeting Asian community.
- Missing 37-year-old man to locate – Seen near Tunney’s Pasture on Sunday.
Just this week’s topic:
This week’s topics and a previous one:
- Education, awareness and enforcement campaign around collisions.
- Unpredictable ice.
- Missing 14-year-old youths to locate.
This week’s topics and a few previous ones:
- Seeking assistance to locate wanted fraud suspect.
- 2020-2022 EDI Action Plan: Moving from Reports and Recommendations to Greater Action Together.
- December 2020 recruit class most diverse in OPS history.
- Chief Thomas G. Flanagan a true visionary about the role for women from racialized and Indigenous communities in policing.
This week’s topics:
- Ongoing high-end vehicle thefts.
- Officers recover stolen break-in items thanks to Community Partners, technology and quick reporting.
- Neighbourhood Resource Teams helping to problem-solve