Watch out for door to door solicitations

The police recently received an email from one of their Neighbourhood Watch Coordinators advising that there are Water Heater Solicitors going around the Centrepointe community.  They were wearing black and yellow vests and displayed City of Ottawa logos on their clip boards.  When challenged about the logo the solicitor became evasive.  The Coordinator contacted the city … Continue reading Watch out for door to door solicitations

New car seat installation video

Ottawa Police and Ottawa Safety Council launch car seat installation video (Ottawa) –The Ottawa Police Service, in partnership with the Ottawa Safety Council and Safer Roads Ottawa has released a new car seat safety video resource for families. “The ‘Best Fit Car Seat’ video focuses on the key components to a safe car seat installation … Continue reading New car seat installation video

Beware fraudulent CRA emails

Fraudulent emails appearing to come from Canada Revenue Agency (Ottawa) — The Ottawa Police Organized Fraud Unit is warning the public about a frequently occurring scam that has once again emerged in Ottawa. Over the last week, Ottawa Police has received over 14 complaints from people who have received e-mails they believed were sent by … Continue reading Beware fraudulent CRA emails

Collision reporting centre

UBLIC ADVISORY/ AVIS AU PUBLIC        Executive Services        Services de direction        474, rue Elgin Street        Ottawa, Ontario        Tel./tél. 613-236-1222        Fax:  613-760-8064 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, July 16, 2014         9:00am 211 Huntmar Collision Reporting Centre now open (Ottawa) – The first of three Ottawa Police Service Collision Reporting Centers (CRC) is now fully operational – providing … Continue reading Collision reporting centre

Online reporting of crime

Online reporting of crime, new iOS app now available on the updated (Ottawa)–Ottawa residents can now report specific crimes online with a new feature on<;. The Ottawa Police (OPS) online reporting tool<; allows reports to be taken for: • theft or lost property under $5000, • traffic complaints, • mischief or damage to … Continue reading Online reporting of crime