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  • PRESS RELEASES (archives)
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    Recent News and Community Involvement
    • Theft from vehicles
      There has been a rash of overnight thefts from vehicles over the past few weeks and Smiths Falls Police would like to remind residents that it is important to lock your doors. Read more.

    • Quarterly Statistics
      Our quarterly statistics for the months of January, February and March 2014 are now available. See the Quarterly Statistics table on Our Organization page.

    • Seatbelts
      The Strategic Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) for the month of April will focus on Seatbelts. Smiths Falls Police Officers will be looking for drivers and/or passengers not wearing their seatbelts or wearing them improperly. The STEP program is a targeted enforcement program with the goal of making our roads safer. See our STEP page for more details.

    • Tax Time Frauds
      It is tax time again in Canada, but this also provides fraudsters with the opportunity to scam people out of their money. The Canadian Anti-fraud Center has received numerous reports in 2014. Read more.

    • Mystery Shopper Scam
      This scam involves having victims participate in mystery shopper surveys through the internet. The victim is then paid for their services with fraudulent and/or stolen cheques. Read more.

    • 2014 OACP Crime Prevention Campaign
      The Smiths Falls Police Service is joining police services across the Province in supporting the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police's (OACP) 2014 Crime Prevention Campaign, which focuses on promoting citizens' role in preventing crime and building safe and healthy communities. Click here for the full story.

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