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    • Saving Lives During Canada Road Safety Week Ends on a Positive Note
      Although some numbers are going down, road safety is a concern to Police and we take it seriously in doing our part to make our roads safe for everyone to enjoy, stated Smiths Falls Police Service Deputy Chief Mark MacGillivrayRead more.

    • Prescription Drop Off Day a Huge Success
      Prescription Drug Drop Off Day has been called a huge success by organizers across the country. This past Saturday, May 9, 2015, the Smiths Falls Police Service with the assistance of the Lanark, Leeds and Grenville Health Unit Harm Reduction Committee and the Smiths Falls Municipal Drug Strategy Committee all worked together to help local residents safely dispose of unused and unwanted medications. Read more.

    • Police Week 2015
      Each year in Ontario during the month of May, the Ontario Association Chiefs of Police celebrates "Police Week". In 2015, Police Week is designated from Sunday May 10 to Saturday May 16. This year's theme is "Discover Policing" Read more.

    • Saving Lives During Canada Road Safety Week
      Tuesday May 12 to Monday May18, 2015 will mark Canada Road Safety Week, a national campaign aimed at making Canada's roads the safest in the world. Read more.

    • Prescription Drop Off Day
      Expired or Unwanted Prescription medication left in your residence whether expired or not can be deadly. Police are seeing a trend where people are looking to take prescription medication from inside your home and illegally sell it or use it.Read more.

    • May STEP initative
      For May 2015 the Smiths Falls Police Service STEP program will focus on Aggressive Driving. Read more.

    • Traffic blitz shows cell phones still a problem
      From March 19 to 21, Smiths Falls Police officers conducted a traffic blitz foucsing on Distracted Driving. The results of the blitz have demonstrated that that distracted driving continues to be a problem effecting the safety of everyone on our roadways. 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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