LaSalle Police Service Weekly Media Release November 9th – November 15th, 2020

Members of the LaSalle Police Service, working from Monday November 9th to Sunday November 15th, were kept busy responding to 428 calls for service and activities including: 21 – Emergency 911 Calls 1 – Alcohol related drivers licence suspension 11 – Alarms 1 – Assault Complaints 1 – Assist Ambulance 2 – Assist Fire Dept 2 – Assist Other Police Service 1 – Bail Violation 8 – By-Law Complaints 103 – Directed Patrols 1 – Domestic Dispute 11 – Driving Complaints 4 – Frauds 2 – Mental Health Matters 1 – Missing Person 9 – Motor Vehicle Collisions 77 –
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LaSalle Police Service Weekly Media Release November 2nd – November 8th 2020

Members of the LaSalle Police Service, working from Monday October 19th to Sunday October 25th, were kept busy responding to 496 calls for service and activities including: 14 – Emergency 911 Calls 5 – Alarms 2 – Assault Complaints 1 – Assist Ambulance 1 – Assist Fire Dept 2 – Assist Other Police Service 1 – Bail Violation 9 – By-Law Complaints 157 – Directed Patrols 5 – Domestic Dispute 7 – Driving Complaints 3 – Frauds 1 – Impaired Driving Complaints 1 – Mischief Complaints 8 – Motor Vehicle Collisions 122 – Property Checks 13 – Suspicious Activity 3
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Crime Prevention Week Spotlight: Essex County Youth Diversion

Crime Prevention Week Spotlight: Essex County Youth Diversion Serving Ontario, Protecting Communities enables police services to promote the benefits of a holistic community approach to addressing local crime and issues related to safety and well-being. When police services and the communities they serve work together we all win. Community engagement and partnership are crucial in delivering the best possible service to the residents we serve. The LaSalle Police Service is proud to partner with Essex County Youth Diversion. We are especially grateful for their assistance along with LaSalle Police CCAO Sr. Constable Terry Seguin in delivering the B.R.A.D. (Bullying Relationships
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LOCK IT OR LOSE IT. Crime Prevention Week 2020

LOCK IT OR LOSE IT. Crime Prevention Week 2020 Lock you vehicles. Every community experiences thefts from vehicles and LaSalle is no exception. Help us reduce crime and criminal opportunity in our community. The LaSalle Police Service is urging all residents to lock their cars. Thieves will operate in any area of our community where there is opportunity. Thieves will perform ‘car-hopping’, a process of stealing valuables from multiple vehicles in the same area, quickly moving from one vehicle to another. Thieves look for accessible marks, such as cars with unlocked doors or convertibles with the top down. Once valuables
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Crime Prevention Week Spotlight: Windsor Essex County Youth Advocacy Centre (WECYAC)

Crime Prevention Week Spotlight: Windsor Essex County Youth Advocacy Centre (WECYAC)     Serving Ontario, Protecting Communities enables police services to promote the benefits of a holistic community approach to addressing local crime and issues related to safety and well-being. When police services and the communities they serve work together we all win.  Community engagement and partnership are crucial in delivering the best possible service to the residents we serve. The LaSalle Police Service is proud to partner with WECYAC who provide a valuable community resource for some of our most vulnerable citizens. Their goal is to provide children/youth and
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LaSalle Police Service Weekly Media Release – October 26th 2020 – November 1st 2020

Members of the LaSalle Police Service, working from Monday October 26th to Sunday November 1st, were kept busy responding to 441 calls for service and activities including: 17 – Emergency 911 Calls 3 – Alarms 1 – Assist Ambulance 2 – Assist Other Police Service 1 – Break and Enter 2 – By-Law Complaints 138 – Directed Patrols 2 – Domestic Dispute 12 – Driving Complaints 2 – Fraud Complaints 2 – Harassment Complaint 1 – Mental Health Act Matter 2 – Mischief Complaints 2 – Missing Persons 6 – Motor Vehicle Collisions 77 – Property Checks 11 – Suspicious
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Crime Prevention Week Spotlight: MADD Windsor and Essex County Partner With Local Police Services to Rid Impaired Driving Everywhere

This week is Crime Prevention Week and this year it coincides with the kick off of the MADD Project Red Ribbon campaign to promote sober driving this holiday season. MADD Windsor & Essex County have long partnered with police services throughout Essex County including LaSalle Police Service, Windsor Police Service, Windsor Police Service – Amherstburg Detachment Ontario Provincial Police – West Region who are all working together to Rid Impaired Driving Everywhere. Call 911 to report a suspected impaired driver. You may save a life. @OACPOfficial #CPWeek2020 #impaireddriving    
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Crime Prevention Week Spotlight: The LaSalle Police Service Mental Health Support Team

Crime Prevention Week Spotlight: The LaSalle Police Service Mental Health Support Team   Serving Ontario, Protecting Communities enables police services to promote the benefits of a holistic community approach to addressing local crime and issues related to safety and well-being.   When police services and the communities they serve work together we all win.   Community engagement and partnership are crucial in delivering the best possible service to the residents we serve.   The LaSalle Police Service Mental Health Support Team is a collaboration between LPS and Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare to provide assistance to persons facing or experiencing a mental
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On November 2nd, LaSalle Police Service Launches Crime Prevention Week

On November 2nd, LaSalle Police Service Launches Crime Prevention Week Today, LaSalle Police Service is kicking off Ontario’s annual Crime Prevention Week, which runs from November 1st to the 7th, 2020. The week-long promotion of crime prevention is supported by the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP), the Ministry of the Solicitor General, and all police services across Ontario. “Serving Ontario, Protecting Communities” enables police services to promote the benefits of a holistic community approach to addressing local crime and issues related to safety and well-being. When police services and the communities they serve work together we all win. 
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Possible Hate Motivated Break and Enter in LaSalle

The LaSalle Police Service is investigating a weekend break and enter to a residence in a neighbourhood off of Todd Lane. Some disturbing messages were left behind by the culprit(s), that may be hate motivated. The break in was discovered by the family on Sunday November 1st after returning home from a trip away Halloween night. Upon their entry into the home, the family discovered the break in and extensive damage to the interior of the residence. The family also found racist symbols and messages spray painted on some walls and furniture and several items stolen. This investigation is still
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