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Source: Guelph Police
Date: 2014-09-03 13:30:00
Time: 6 years ago

Project Safe Semester-Week #1 Stats

Project Safe Semester is a collaboration involving the City of Guelph, Guelph Police Service, Guelph By-Law Enforcement, Guelph Fire Department, Alcohol and Gaming Commission Of Ontario-Investigation and Enforcement Bureau, Guelph Transit, Public Works, various other City Departments, Guelph-Wellington Emergency Services and the University of Guelph.  These stakeholders have teamed up to address the late night issues in the downtown core and in residential neighbourhoods which have a high concentration of student housing.  Safe Semester runs from August 29th to September 28th, 2014. 

 

 

 

 

  

 

  

August 28 to August 31, 2014

   
 

Statute

Charge(s)

#

  
 

CC

Impaired driving / over 80 - motor vehicle

3

  
 

LLA

Open Liquor (PON)

3

  

 

LLA

Public Intoxication arrests

11

 

 

 

By-Law

Public urination charges (PON)

1

  
 

By-Law

Noise complaints investigated

38

  

 

By-Law

Vehicles ticketed in Downtown

57

 

 

 

By-Law

Vehicles towed from Downtown

22

 

 

       

                  

                     KEY: CC= Criminal Code of Canada,

      LLA=Liquor Licence Act, By-Law=City of Guelph By-Laws,

PON= Provincial Offence Notices

 



Source: Guelph Police
Date: 2014-09-03 13:30:00
Time: 6 years ago

Project Safe Semester-Week #1 Stats

Project Safe Semester is a collaboration involving the City of Guelph, Guelph Police Service, Guelph By-Law Enforcement, Guelph Fire Department, Alcohol and Gaming Commission Of Ontario-Investigation and Enforcement Bureau, Guelph Transit, Public Works, various other City Departments, Guelph-Wellington Emergency Services and the University of Guelph.  These stakeholders have teamed up to address the late night issues in the downtown core and in residential neighbourhoods which have a high concentration of student housing.  Safe Semester runs from August 29th to September 28th, 2014. 

 

 

 

 

  

 

  

August 28 to August 31, 2014

   
 

Statute

Charge(s)

#

  
 

CC

Impaired driving / over 80 - motor vehicle

3

  
 

LLA

Open Liquor (PON)

3

  

 

LLA

Public Intoxication arrests

11

 

 

 

By-Law

Public urination charges (PON)

1

  
 

By-Law

Noise complaints investigated

38

  

 

By-Law

Vehicles ticketed in Downtown

57

 

 

 

By-Law

Vehicles towed from Downtown

22

 

 

       

                  

                     KEY: CC= Criminal Code of Canada,

      LLA=Liquor Licence Act, By-Law=City of Guelph By-Laws,

PON= Provincial Offence Notices

 



Source: Guelph Police
Date: 2014-09-03 13:30:00
Time: 6 years ago

Project Safe Semester-Week #1 Stats

Project Safe Semester is a collaboration involving the City of Guelph, Guelph Police Service, Guelph By-Law Enforcement, Guelph Fire Department, Alcohol and Gaming Commission Of Ontario-Investigation and Enforcement Bureau, Guelph Transit, Public Works, various other City Departments, Guelph-Wellington Emergency Services and the University of Guelph.  These stakeholders have teamed up to address the late night issues in the downtown core and in residential neighbourhoods which have a high concentration of student housing.  Safe Semester runs from August 29th to September 28th, 2014. 

 

 

 

 

  

 

  

August 28 to August 31, 2014

   
 

Statute

Charge(s)

#

  
 

CC

Impaired driving / over 80 - motor vehicle

3

  
 

LLA

Open Liquor (PON)

3

  

 

LLA

Public Intoxication arrests

11

 

 

 

By-Law

Public urination charges (PON)

1

  
 

By-Law

Noise complaints investigated

38

  

 

By-Law

Vehicles ticketed in Downtown

57

 

 

 

By-Law

Vehicles towed from Downtown

22

 

 

       

                  

                     KEY: CC= Criminal Code of Canada,

      LLA=Liquor Licence Act, By-Law=City of Guelph By-Laws,

PON= Provincial Offence Notices

 



Source: Guelph Police
Date: 2014-09-03 12:00:00
Time: 6 years ago

School zone enforcement

1.      Give the kids a break

On September 2, 2014 between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m., then again between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. the Guelph Police increased enforcement in selected school zones. The areas of Victoria Road North, Grange Road and Westwood Road saw 13 speeding tickets issued and 5 parking warnings given. Police will continue to have increased enforcement in school zones so slow down, be aware of your surroundings and give the kids a break.

 

2.      Vehicle/cyclist collision

On September 2, 2014, at 5:12 p.m., the Guelph Police went to Eastview Road and Victoria Road for the report of a cyclist/vehicle collision. It is alleged that a 66-year-old Guelph man was riding his bicycle southbound on the east sidewalk of Victoria Road. At the intersection of Eastview Road the cyclist continued southbound, riding through the pedestrian crossover. Concurrently, a motor vehicle was travelling westbound on Eastview Road and began to turn right onto Victoria but stopped mid turn when the collision occurred.

This event resulted in minimal injury to the cyclist. There was a language barrier, making communication between parties at the scene not possible.

Anyone who may have information about this incident is asked to contactCst C. Jackson at 519-824-1212 at extension #7193. Anonymous tips can be left at CRIME STOPPERS 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submitted online at www.crimestoppersguelphwellington.com.

The driver of the motor vehicle is asked to contact Cst. C. Jackson at 519-824-1212 ext.7193.

 

3.      Busy night for noise complaints

On September 2, 2014 starting at about 10:00 p.m. and continuing until September 3 at 3:45 a.m., Guelph Police received 26 noise complaints in the area of the downtown to south Guelph. These noise complaints resulted in multiple noise bylaw tickets being issued. Police also dealt with multiple intoxicated persons making several arrests and issued several open liquor tickets.

 

4.      Break and enter

On September 2, 2014 at 8:13 a.m., the Guelph Police went to a business located on Speedvale Avenue West to investigate a break and enter. The culprit(s) smashed a window to gain entry sometime overnight. A theft of cash is reported.

Anyone who may have information about this incident is asked to contactCst M. Oliver at 519-824-1212 at extension #7262. Anonymous tips can be left at CRIME STOPPERS 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submitted online at www.crimestoppersguelphwellington.com.

A safe community starts with a safe home. Protect yourself and your family with these home safety tips from Guelph Police investigative support services. You can also check out recent break and enter locations by going to our crime mapping page.

 

5.      E-Messaging

The Guelph Police Service E-Messaging System, is an automated community notification system that delivers vital information to residents and business owners within the City of Guelph.

The E- Messaging System will send information to a selected geographic area made possible through a community member sign-up webpage. Messages will be prepared and delivered by the Guelph Police Service through email and text messaging. Message types and user delivery profiles can be customized to meet the needs and preferences for each registered community member.

Types of messages

The registration page enables community members to create a user profile, which will specify the message types that the community member wishes to receive.

  • Information alerts
  • Existing Amber alerts
  • Missing persons
  • Emergency incidents
  • Neighbourhood crime alerts
  • Threats to school safety
  • Public warnings

Registration

Residents and business owners within the city of Guelph who wish to enroll in the E- Messaging System will be required to create a user profile by completing all required fields on the registration form. Your user profile will identify the geographic area where the messages are to be delivered. You also have the option to edit your online user profile or unsubscribe at any time.

So try it, if you do not like it, it is easy to unsubscribe.

 


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