The Dynamic Patrol initiative continued for two weeks starting Oct. 6. The patrol is an ongoing initiative to increase police presence in local neighbourhoods and near businesses.
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The Dynamic Patrol initiative continued for another two-week period, this time beginning on October 6, 2021.
Between October 6 and October 20, 2021 officers focused patrol on the downtown core between 3:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.
As a result of assigning two officers each day during the two-week initiative, 168 additional patrol hours took place in the downtown.
Throughout the extra patrols, officers conducted the following;
Spent 56 Hours on Walking Patrol,
Checked 69 Businesses,
Spoke with 48 Business Owners or Employees,
Issued Nine Provincial Offences Notices,
Laid Two by-law Tickets, Spoke with 100 People, and
Performed Nine Vehicle Checks.
“The goal of the most recent Dynamic Patrol initiative was to put more of a personal touch on policing in the downtown,” says Acting Inspector of Emergency Management and Business Continuity Ben Bolduc. “We want local business owners to know who is policing their community so they are comfortable utilizing the Service as a resource to keep themselves and their businesses safe.”
Dynamic Patrol is an ongoing initiative to increase police presence in local neighbourhoods and near businesses. Officers will be deployed as necessary in various areas of the community.