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2010 Tuesday November 3rd to Tuesday November 9th Incident Report

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									2010 Tuesday January 11 to Tuesday January 18 Incident Report

See the Incident Report below followed by News Releases.
Incidents for Bridlewood and Glen Cairn attended by Ottawa Police Service (OPS)
from website http://www.crimereports.com/map?search=Kanata+Ontario

Note that the following list excludes incidents in CrimeReports which are not
of direct interest to Neighbourhood Watch: alarm calls, traffic law enforcement,
and administrative. If any residents have information about any of these
incidents that could help police in their investigations, they should call
236-1222 ext 7300 or anonymously Crime Stoppers at 233-TIPS (8477) or email
http://crimestoppers.ca/submit.html

Bridlewood:

 There were 28 incidents of interest listed in the table below.
14 was Community Policing, 4 Thefts, 4 Disorders, 2 Break & Enters, 1 Property Crime,
1 Theft from Vehicle, 1 Other (Suspicious Circumstance(S)), 1 Missing Person

Breaking & Entering
2011-01-14   Kinghaven Cres & Stonehaven Dr     Detail: B&E Residential Property
                                           Items Taken:
Unknown
2011-01-12   200 Block Arrita St               Detail: B&E Non-
Res.Prop/Commercial

Community Policing
2011-01-17  Palomino Dr & Chickasaw Cres         Detail: Suspicious Motor Vehicle
2011-01-17  1 Block Steeple Chase Dr            Detail: Suspicious Motor Vehicle
2011-01-15  1 Block Windways Cres               Detail: Sexual Exploitation
2011-01-16  Eagleson Rd & Stonehaven Dr         Detail: Suspicious Circumstance(S)
2011-01-15  Tabaret St & Templeford Ave         Detail: Suspicious Motor Vehicle
2011-01-13  1 Block Steeple Chase Dr            Detail: Suspicious Calls
2011-01-13  Stonemeadow Dr & Springcreek Cres Detail: Suspicious Motor Vehicle
2011-01-13  100 Block Moresby Dr                Detail: MHA Sec. 17 Apprehension
2011-01-13  1 Block Milner Downs Cres            Detail: Property Lost
2011-01-12  Apple Creek Cres & Grassy Plains ... Detail: Suspicious Motor Vehicle
2011-01-12  700 Block Eagleson Rd               Detail: Mischief to Property
2011-01-12  1 Block Bridlewood Dr                Detail: Suspicious Circumstance(S)

Other
2011-01-14     1 Block Dobbin Lane                  Detail: Suspicious Circumstance(S)

Property Crime
2011-01-14    1 Block Bluemeadow Way                Detail: Fraud Unauth Credit Card
Use
Theft
2011-01-17  700 Block Eagleson Rd                   Detail: Theft Items Taken:
Consumable Goods
2011-01-17  700 Block Eagleson Rd                   Detail: Theft Items Taken:
Consumable Goods
2011-01-15  700 Block Eagleson Rd                   Detail: Theft Items Taken:
Consumable Goods
2011-01-13  700 Block Eagleson Rd                   Detail: Theft Items Taken:
Consumable Goods

Theft From Vehicle
2011-01-17   200 Block Catamount Crt                Detail: Theft Items Taken: Radio
                                                    TV CD/DVD/MP3 Players Phones

Make the Right Call
 
 No crime is too small or minor to be reported. When you report
an incident to the police remember to
ask for an incident report number and retain it to obtain follow-up information. Every
call is important,
even if it is not about a life threatening or emergency situation. Whatever the case, you
have a role to play – Make the Right Call!
 
 911                     – Life Threatening
Emergency or Crime in Progress
 613-230-6211                – Dispatch a Police
Officer
 613-236-1222 ext 7300 – To file a crime report
 311                      – By-
Law infractions
613-236-1222 ext 2242 – Greenbank Community Police Centre
 613-233-TIPS (8477)
– Crime Stoppers Anonymous Reporting (or)
CRIMES (274637)             – Tip by Text message citing key word “Tip 252″ (or)
                       - https://www.tipsubmit.com/WebTips.aspx?AgencyID=252




http://www.emckanata.ca/20110113/News/Bail+or+Jail+event+marks+Crime+Stoppers+
Month

Posted Jan 13, 2011 By EMC News
EMC News - National Capital Area (NCA) Crime Stoppers is pleased to remind the
public that January is Crime Stoppers Month.
 
 In mid January, citizens will find Crime
Stoppers information in their VALPAK envelope. Included is info on Bail or Jail on Jan.
27 at Billings Bridge Shopping Centre, Crushing Crime with Comedy on March 31 at
Absolute Comedy, and the Golf tournament fundraiser at Canadian Golf Club on June 29.

 
 Bail or Jail on Jan. 27 includes such notable personalities as Ward 8 College Ward
councillor Rick Chiarelli, Gerry Lepage (Bank Street BIA), Deputy Fire Chief Allen
Karkkainen, Ward 5 West Carleton March councillor Eli El-Chantiry and many
more!
 
 Information on these fundraising events can be found at
http://crimestoppers.ca/events/.
 
 2010 was a year of financial difficulty for NCA Crime
Stoppers. Social networking has increased the number of tips we are receiving and this
places new strain on the fund for rewards. Donations can be made at
http://crimestoppers.ca/donate/.
 
 NCA Crime Stoppers has a new invigorated vision for
2011! "We have new fundraising goals, new goals for relationships with our citizens,
and, we are increasing our profile with community organizations, schools, the music
community and law enforcement agencies. We must work together, as a community, to
thwart and resolve crime. We can't do it alone," stated chairman of the board Keith de
Bellefeuille Percy, stated
 
 Crime Stoppers is a locally run program serving Canada's
National Capital and Area including municipalities in both Eastern Ontario and Western
Quebec.

http://crimestoppers.ca/?s=bail+or+jail%22%22

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Eastern Police Experience 2011 now taking applications

http://www.emckanata.ca/20110113/News/Eastern+Police+Experience+2011+now+takin
g+applications

Posted Jan 13, 2011 By EMC News
EMC News - Eastern Police Experience 2011 is a two-day recruiting initiative hosted by
the Ontario Provincial Police in the City of Ottawa at La Cité Collégiale on May 28 and
29, 2011. Women and men who are interested in exploring a career in policing are invited
to submit an application. Thirty participants will be selected to spend two days with
Eastern Ontario's finest.
 
 Eastern Police Experience 2011 includes mentoring sessions
with OPP members who will share their experiences and answer questions. Participants
will also experience the life of an OPP recruit including physical training and practical
exercises. The syllabus for the two days also provides time for candidates to learn about
the recruitment process and speak with OPP recruiters.
 
 Eligibility
 
 Eastern Police
Experience 2011 is open to residents of Eastern Ontario who meet the requirements for
Provincial Police Constables: 
 
 Canadian citizen or permanent resident 
 
 Minimum
18 years of age
 
 Ontario Grade 12 or equivalency
 
 No criminal record for which a
pardon has not been received or an absolute/conditional discharge that has not been
sealed
 
 Class 'G' driver's license with full driving privileges and no more than 6
demerit points
 
 Are you interested in being an Eastern Police Experience 2011
participant? If you have ever considered policing as your career and would like more
information, then Eastern Police Experience 2011 is for you!
 
 How do I get
involved?
 
 Women and men from Eastern Ontario communities who meet the above
eligibility criteria and who are interested in taking advantage of this opportunity can
obtain an on-line application form or more information by accessing the Ontario
Provincial Police Recruitment Unit website at opp.ca. The deadline for applications is
Feb. 11.
Over 900 charges for speeding and impaired driving in December

http://www.ottawapolice.ca/en/mediaroom/newsreleases/11-01-13/1f059c51-87c5-4f8d-
b271-1fa38591ceb9.aspx
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, January 13, 2011
Ottawa – The Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) laid a total of 905 charges
during their month-long focus on speeding and impaired driving in December.

Specifically, 803 tickets were issued for speeding and the impaired driving initiative
resulted in 91 alcohol-related criminal charges (the result of 57 drivers caught driving
under the influence), 7 Highway Traffic Act alcohol violations for novice / young drivers
and 4 Liquor Act violations for open / unsealed alcohol in vehicles.
During the three IRSP/CAA-sponsored R.I.D.E. initiatives conducted in December,
approximately 2,000 vehicles were stopped, two drivers were charged with impaired
driving and four 3-day driver’s license suspensions were handed out.
 Each month since 2004, STEP has been profiling and enforcing two initiatives that target
specific traffic safety priorities. These initiatives support larger Integrated Road Safety
Program (IRSP) public awareness and enforcement campaigns.
In 2003, two City departments – Public Works and Ottawa Public Health – and the
Ottawa Police Service developed the IRSP to provide a comprehensive approach in
promoting road safety.
Ottawa residents have identified traffic safety as a top priority. The IRSP is committed to
using available resources to make Ottawa roads safer for residents.
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For more information:
 Police Media Relations
(613) 236-1222 ext. 5366
City Media Relations

613-580-2450
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Ottawa Police is warning public to beware of man operating a ‘hard luck story’
scheme

http://www.ottawapolice.ca/en/mediaroom/newsreleases/11-01-13/74c489c0-2044-4970-
90b5-f09f8e7f46ac.aspx
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, January 13, 2011                         9:30 am
(Ottawa)–The Ottawa Police Service is advising members of the public to beware of a
‘hard luck story’ scheme.
Police have received ongoing complaints about a man who knocked at the resident’s door
and requested $20 to help pay for an asthma inhaler for his niece. In each of the cases,
the homeowner, who gave the man money, later found out the story was untrue.
Giving money to any cause is your decision. The following tips are offered to ensure
your money is going to benefit the people and organizations you want to help.
  Be wary of appeals that tug at your heart strings
  Ask for identification from the solicitor
  Get written information about a cause, including a contact name, address and telephone
       number
  Call and verify if solicitation has been authorized
Do your homework before you open your wallet!
For more fraud prevention tips, please visit our website at ottawapolice.ca.
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Contact: Sgt. Stephanie Burns
East District Investigations
Telephone: 613-236-1222 ext. 3411

								
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