Internet Safety Tips for Parents, Kids and Teens.

Internet Safety Tips for Parents, Kids and Teens. Our government and health officials have asked us all to stay at home as much as possible to prevent or reduce the spread of COVID-19. Many of us, including our children find themselves with a great deal of time on our hands and searching for something to pass that time. As a result, many people from every age group find themselves on-line, using social media, web-surfing, watching videos, video chats, virtual meetings, etc…the list is endless. Many of these on-line activities may seem innocuous however there can be pitfalls and dangers that
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Message to Residents – On-Line Reporting

Dear Residents, The LaSalle Police Service endeavors to provide our community with an effective and timely response to calls for service and matters of concern. While we have all had to modify our lives in response to this global crisis, the LaSalle Police Service has also found it necessary to modify our response model as it pertains to citizens reporting crimes and concerns. For a number of years, we have had “On-Line Reporting” in place, accessible through our website at: https://www.lasallepolice.ca/report-incident/. As an alternative, citizens may now also send an email directly to dispatch@lasallepolice.ca. As a measure to prevent the
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Keeping our Waste Collectors Safe – Instructions on Garbage and Recycling

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Help Us, Help You….If you call us, will we find you?

If you call us…will we find you? Imagine police, firefighters and EMS trying to reach a man whose heart has stopped beating, or a fire is in progress, or a violent incident is underway; how frustrated would they be when they can’t find the house number where they are needed. When house numbers are not displayed prominently, it can mean the difference between a rescue and a tragedy. Did you know that for every minute that cardiopulmonary resuscitation is delayed in a cardiac arrest, chances of survival decrease by about 10 percent? Fires, in the right conditions, can double in
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Reporting Frauds

This information is only if you are a victim of a fraud, i.e. you have lost money. If you are not a victim of a fraud, but someone attempted to defraud you (ex. CRA scam phone call), please report this to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre. In order for the LaSalle Police Service to investigate an incident you think is a fraud, the suspected fraudster must have used: · Deceit – concealment or distortion of the truth for the purpose of misleading; · Falsehood – a false statement or a lie; or · Fraudulent means – being dishonest or cheating a
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“Not My Kid” Opioid Abuse Series

“Not My Kid” Debuting on YourTV As part of our ongoing efforts to raise awareness about the Opioid crisis affecting our region, LaSalle Police Service has partnered with YourTV (formerly TV Cogeco) to produce a short segment similar to the “Not my Kid” forums that were held across our region. We are very grateful for YourTV’s assistance and partnership in disseminating this important information, and helping us promote public safety and well-being. The show was produced for the “Plugged IN” segment which is hosted by Andrea Morosin. The “Not My Kid” – Plugged IN segment will have its premier on
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