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Source: Guelph Police
Date: 2014-06-06 08:30:00
Time: 6 years ago

1.      Stolen car – arrest made

On June 6, 2014 at 1:51 a.m., the Guelph Police conducted a traffic stop with a car on Woodlawn Road West. The investigation determined that the car had been reported stolen on May 12, 2014 from a locked compound on Powerhouse Lane. The male driver was arrested.

Tyler Dick, 21 years of Listowell has been charged with break, enter and commit, theft under $5,000 and possession of stolen property under $5,000. He will appear in court on July 29, 2014.

 

2.      Theft from cars

Overnight the Guelph Police received three reports from Guelph residents reporting thefts from their cars. The locations were Birch Street, Ardmay Crescent and Oak Street.

This crime is easily avoided by locking your cars and by keeping valuables out of sight or removed from your vehicle. If you do fall victim to this crime, please report using the Guelph Police CopLogic online reporting system. You can find this on the Guelph Police website - http://guelphpolice.com/cop-logic.

 

3.      E-Messaging

The Guelph Police Service E-Messaging System, is an automated community notification system that delivers vital information to residents and business owners within the City of Guelph.

The E- Messaging System will send information to a selected geographic area made possible through a community member sign-up webpage. Messages will be prepared and delivered by the Guelph Police Service through email and text messaging. Message types and user delivery profiles can be customized to meet the needs and preferences for each registered community member.

Types of messages

The registration page enables community members to create a user profile, which will specify the message types that the community member wishes to receive. Messages like:

  • Information alerts
  • Existing Amber alerts
  • Missing persons
  • Emergency incidents
  • Neighbourhood crime alerts
  • Threats to school safety
  • Public warnings

Registration

Residents and business owners within the city of Guelph who wish to enroll in the E- Messaging System will be required to create a user profile by completing all required fields on the registration form. Your user profile will identify the geographic area where the messages are to be delivered. You also have the option to edit your online user profile or unsubscribe at any time.

So try it, if you do not like it, it is easy to unsubscribe.

 

 

 

 

Source: Guelph Police
Date: 2014-06-06 07:30:00
Time: 6 years ago

GUELPH POLICE SERVICE YOUTH ENGAGEMENT PROGRAM

Course Information: Every Tuesday evening from September 30, 2014 to December 2, 2014.
7:00PM to 9:30PM
Guelph Police Headquarters
15 Wyndham Street South, Guelph

Objectives

  • Enhance relations between youth and police in our community.
  • To assist youth in better understanding youth related crime trends in our schools and neighbourhoods.
  • To give youth a different perspective into their community through the eyes of the police.
  • Learn about the various police units within the Guelph Police Service.

Students from Guelph high schools in grades 10, 11 or 12 will work with each other, Police Officers and community partners to discuss ways for youth to address youth crime issues.

There will be a group project that will be completed by the end of the 10-week session. The project will show how youth can make a difference in crime prevention.

Participation in the program will achieve the students 10 hours of community service commitment.

Registration is limited, so please return your registration form no later than Tuesday, June 10, 2014. Registration forms are available at area high school guidance offices. Any enquiries, please ask the school guidance counsellor or the High School Police Officer. All registration forms can be emailed to rkeller@guelphpolice.ca or faxed to the attention of Sgt. Ross Keller at 519-837-9325.

Source: Guelph Police
Date: 2014-06-06 07:30:00
Time: 6 years ago

GUELPH POLICE SERVICE YOUTH ENGAGEMENT PROGRAM

Course Information: Every Tuesday evening from September 30, 2014 to December 2, 2014.
7:00PM to 9:30PM
Guelph Police Headquarters
15 Wyndham Street South, Guelph

Objectives

  • Enhance relations between youth and police in our community.
  • To assist youth in better understanding youth related crime trends in our schools and neighbourhoods.
  • To give youth a different perspective into their community through the eyes of the police.
  • Learn about the various police units within the Guelph Police Service.

Students from Guelph high schools in grades 10, 11 or 12 will work with each other, Police Officers and community partners to discuss ways for youth to address youth crime issues.

There will be a group project that will be completed by the end of the 10-week session. The project will show how youth can make a difference in crime prevention.

Participation in the program will achieve the students 10 hours of community service commitment.

Registration is limited, so please return your registration form no later than Tuesday, June 10, 2014. Registration forms are available at area high school guidance offices. Any enquiries, please ask the school guidance counsellor or the High School Police Officer. All registration forms can be emailed to rkeller@guelphpolice.ca or faxed to the attention of Sgt. Ross Keller at 519-837-9325.

Source: Guelph Police
Date: 2014-06-06 07:30:00
Time: 6 years ago

GUELPH POLICE SERVICE YOUTH ENGAGEMENT PROGRAM

Course Information: Every Tuesday evening from September 30, 2014 to December 2, 2014.
7:00PM to 9:30PM
Guelph Police Headquarters
15 Wyndham Street South, Guelph

Objectives

  • Enhance relations between youth and police in our community.
  • To assist youth in better understanding youth related crime trends in our schools and neighbourhoods.
  • To give youth a different perspective into their community through the eyes of the police.
  • Learn about the various police units within the Guelph Police Service.

Students from Guelph high schools in grades 10, 11 or 12 will work with each other, Police Officers and community partners to discuss ways for youth to address youth crime issues.

There will be a group project that will be completed by the end of the 10-week session. The project will show how youth can make a difference in crime prevention.

Participation in the program will achieve the students 10 hours of community service commitment.

Registration is limited, so please return your registration form no later than Tuesday, June 10, 2014. Registration forms are available at area high school guidance offices. Any enquiries, please ask the school guidance counsellor or the High School Police Officer. All registration forms can be emailed to rkeller@guelphpolice.ca or faxed to the attention of Sgt. Ross Keller at 519-837-9325.

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