Tag Archives: Police Services

Drug Warrants Executed

On Saturday September 28, 2013 in the afternoon hours, the St. Thomas Police Services’ Drug Enforcement Unit and members of the Uniformed General Patrol Division simultaneously executed search warrants at four different residential properties located within the City. As a result of these search warrants, a large quantity of marihuana …

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Four counties traffic initiative

On June 6th, 2013 the St. Thomas Police Service hosted a Four Counties policing traffic initiative. Officers from St. Thomas, London, Aylmer, Strathroy, Stratford, and Woodstock worked throughout the city enforcing all traffic laws with a focus on distracted driving. Each of the participating police services will host the traffic …

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Safer and Vital Communities Grant

The Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services is inviting applications from community-based, not-for-profit organizations for the 2013/14 SVC Grant totalling $35,000. Although police services are not eligible for this grant, we will support applicants who meet the eligibility criteria, with a letter of support. The theme for the grant …

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Cops for Cancer Head Shave

Members of the St. Thomas Police Service will be joining other Police Services at Masonville Mall on Saturday April 6th, 2013. The festivities will begin at 12:00pm. This event is in partnership with the Canadian Cancer Society to help raise funds for Cancer research. Come out and show your support …

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Officer charged

On August 27, 2012 Chief Lynch of the St. Thomas Police Service was made aware of allegations that an off-duty Officer with the St. Thomas Police Service had committed assaults against his partner while living in the City of St. Thomas. At the request of Chief Lynch a Domestic Violence …

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2012-05-10 – Canada Road Safety Week

Saving Lives During Canada Road Safety Week May 14-21, 2012 will mark Canada Road Safety Week, a national campaign to make Canada’s roads the safest in the world. This week has been strategically chosen, as it is the first “summer” long weekend. More people are travelling and traffic collisions are …

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