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Willows Elementary Bike Rodeo

Fourth graders at Willows Elementary tested their bike skills and learned how to ride their bicycles in a safe manner with the help of the Oak Bay Police and the Willows Parent Advisory Committee. The day’s activities included an obstacle course with several stations manned by parent volunteers. The kids demonstrated proficiency at riding slowly Continue Reading

Weekly Media Release May 14, 2012

During this last week, Oak Bay Police Department responded to 102 calls for service. Of those calls, there was only one reported “Theft from Auto”. On Monday morning, May 7, police responded to a report of a Break and Enter from a shop in the 2500 block of Estevan Avenue. The building had been entered Continue Reading

Oak Bay Robbery

Oak Bay Police File 2012-1704 On the afternoon of May 9, 2012, Oak Bay Police responded to a report of a male assaulting a female in the 1200 block of Newport Avenue.  The male had pushed the female over the trunk of a car and was punching her and pulling her hair.  Witnesses driving by Continue Reading

Oak Bay Business Watch: Fan Out

Every month our support services constable summarizes the investigations and calls. These details provide an in depth details of what is going on in Oak Bay. During the month of April the Oak Bay Police generated 441 police file numbers. Highlights for the month: Robberies: 0 Break and Enters: 3 Mischiefs: 14 Theft from Autos: Continue Reading

Vacation Home Security Program

Vacation is a time of fun and relaxation. Don’t let thieves ruin your time away. If you are planning an extended vacation, please contact the Oak Bay Police Department and let us now when are you planning on being away from your home. This service will hopefully provide Oak Bay residents with some peace of Continue Reading

Weekly Media Release May 7, 2012

During the week of April 29 – May 06, Oak Bay Police responded to 135 calls for service. Throughout this past week, a number of vehicles were broken into with electronics, sunglasses and money being the target. Police are encouraging members of the public to ensure your vehicles are locked, and expensive items removed from Continue Reading

April 23rd, 2012 Weekly Media Release

During the week of April 22-29 Oak Bay Police responded to 133 calls for service. Police caution that the “grandchild” scam is still prevalent and seniors need to be very cautious. Typically in this scam a caller phones a senior pretending to be their grandchild or other family member. The caller claims to need money Continue Reading

April 23rd, 2012 Weekly Media Release

During the week of April 22-29 Oak Bay Police responded to 133 calls for service. Police caution that the “grandchild” scam is still prevalent and seniors need to be very cautious. Typically in this scam a caller phones a senior pretending to be their grandchild or other family member. The caller claims to need money Continue Reading

Oak Bay Police to Review Death of Man

On Saturday, April 21, shortly after 11 am, The North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP responded to a call of a man who was reportedly passed out in a public area of downtown Duncan.  Prior to police arrival, the man had walked away from the original location, after declining assistance from the British Columbia Ambulance Service. Officers patrolled Continue Reading

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