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    • Quarterly Statistics
      Our quarterly statistics for the months of July, August, September 2014 are now available. See the Quarterly Statistics table on Our Organization page.

    • Trace Pen
      Ontario's police leaders are endorsing a crime prevention tool that helps property owners prevent crimes resulting from break-ins and personal property theft. The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police is endorsing the new Trace Pen, which allows property owners to invisibly mark and then easily register their valuables online in a secure Canadian centralized database. The database and product detection tools will be utilized by police to identify stolen property with the goal of reducing property theft in Ontario. Read more.

    • Provincial Seatbelt Campaign Report
      During the week of October 8 to October 11, the Smiths Falls Police Service in partnership with the Ministry of Transportation Ontario, Smiths Falls District Collegiate Institute and Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Lanark County joined forces to ensure everyone including the persons riding in the backseat are wearing their seatbelt properly. Read more.

    • 2014 Stuff-A-Cruiser
      Cst David Murphy and Sgt Jodi Empey along with the Smiths Falls Police Service would like to take a moment to thank everyone for their participation in the 2014 Stuff a Cruiser Campaign. Read more.

    • Seat Belts and the Law
      Every person in a motor vehicle MUST wear a seatbelt. For the month of October our STEP program will focus on ensuring drivers and passengers are wearing seatbelts and wearing them properly. Read more.

    • Slow down when approaching stopped emergency vehicle
      Smiths Falls police would like to remind you of the need to slow down and/or move over for stopped Emergency Vehicles. This is not only important for Offier safety but also for civilians in and around the vehicle. Read more.








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