Category Archives: Neighbourhood Watch

Weekly bulletins from our neighbourhood police department.

Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2021-09-02

A couple more Neighbourhood Watch Items have rolled in yesterday; the signs one seems worth noting:

  • Election sign damage prompts police to issue warning.
  • Budget consultation survey now online.

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Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2021-08-30

Latest Neighbourhood Watch Item:

  • Back to school safety reminders for children and commuters.

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Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2021-08-27

Latest Neighbourhood Watch Items:

  • Project NoiseMaker 2021 still going strong with 2050 charges laid.
  • Joint road safety message from the Ottawa Police and partners.

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Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2021-08-20

Latest Neighbourhood Watch Item:

  • Queen Elizabeth Drive collision — police looking for witnesses.

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Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2021-08-12

Latest Neighbourhood Watch Item:

  • Register your bike with 529 Garage near Westboro Beach this Saturday.

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Local Break-ins

There have been a few break-ins in the neighbourhood this week, including an unrequested porch package opening on Carleton, leaving stuff strewn about when they couldn’t find anything easy to re-sell. There have also been a couple of similar incidents on Cowley and some pollinator garden vandalism and a van break-in. If you see something, please contact the neighbourhood watch or file a report with our local police, so they can at least know what’s happening.

Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2021-08-04

Today’s Neighbourhood Watch:

  • Joint Operation .08 long August weekend results.

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Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2021-07-30

Today’s Neighbourhood Watch:

  • Operation .08 with RIDE checkpoint.

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Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2021-07-20b

Suddenly there is one more Neighbourhood Watch today:

  • Investigators seeking assistance into a suspicious incident on SJAM near Carling Avenue.

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Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2021-07-20

Not too much since the last post, just today’s Neighbourhood Watch:

  • Missing 15-year-old.

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