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  • PRESS RELEASES (archives)
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    Recent News and Community Involvement
    • Traffic Controls
      The STEP (Strategic Traffic Enforcement Program) for the Smiths Falls Police Service for the month of November is Traffic Controls. Read more.

    • Tender Vehicle Mainentance
      Open until November 30th 2015 at 12 noon for the maintenance and repairs of the police cruiser fleet as per police specifications. Read more.

    • Role of Crossing Guards
      It has come to the attention of the Town of Smiths Falls and Smiths Falls Police Service that Crossing Guards are having some safety issues with traffic and pedestrians while conducting their duties. Read more.

    • Scam/Fraud Alert
      The Smiths Falls Police Service is seeing an increase in the number of Scams and Frauds being reported. Some of the trending ones are the Canada Revenue Agency Scam, Easy Pass Scam and the Chinese Inheriting Scam where a caller informs you that you either need to provide personal information including banking information or send money or risk going to jail..... Read more.

    • Move Over for Emergency Vehicles
      One of the most dangerous parts of a Police Officers job is traffic stops. There are many unknown variables both inside and outside of the vehicle as well the officer has to be aware of the traffic around the vehicle being stopped. This is one of the reasons why the Ontario Government enacted Section 159 (2) of the Highway Traffic Act Read more.

    • Protect your Property
      Smiths Falls Police is supporting the launch of the 2015 Crime Prevention Campaign by the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP). The campaign is designed to encourage everyone - homeowners, young people, seniors, businesses and tenants - to take the time and consider how they can protect their property and avoid the financial as well as emotional costs of being a victim of crime. Read more.








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