OAK BAY POLICE

About Us

The members of the Oak Bay Police Department are committed to partnerships with the community, leading to the sharing in the delivery of police services. The Department pledges to treat all people equally and with respect, to uphold the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, to serve, protect and work with the community and other agencies to prevent and resolve problems that affect community safety and quality of life.

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Community News

Weekly Media Release Nov. 25 – Dec. 1

This week, like most weeks, a few honest and observant community members took the time to turn in found property or report the property to police for pick up. This allowed police to return the lost, or possibly stolen items

Weekly Media Relase Nov 18-24, 2019

Oak Bay Police responded to five reports of thefts from vehicles this week: On November 19th 2019, a resident in the 2800 block of Cadboro Bay Road advised Police that their vehicle had been entered sometime overnight. It appeared that

Weekly Media Release Nov. 11 – Nov. 17, 2019

On November 12th, police received a report of Theft Under from the 3400 block of Ripon Road. Sometime between November 9th and 11th, unknown person(s) took an 8โ€™ Maxxon inflatable dinghy that had been left on the beach. On November

Block Watch

Block Watch is a free program offered by the Oak Bay Police Department in an effort to build safer communities throughout the Municipality of Oak Bay

Crime Maps

The statistical data used for these maps are gathered from PRIME (Police Records Information Management Environment) and represent actual crime reported.

Integrated Policing

It is generally recognized that there are significant benefits gained through inter-force cooperation.

Contact Us

For emergency police,ย call: 911

To report a non-emergency incident, call: 250-592-2424

Emails are not monitored 24/7