Paula Kully

Free Fraud Prevention Talk

With ever-increasing incidents of fraud taking place in communities, the Oak Bay Police Department will be presenting a session on Fraud Prevention. The talk will be presented by Oak Bay Police Constable Natalie Mishrigi, Community and Youth Liaison Officer, and Sergeant Jason Jewkes at the Monterey Recreation Centre – Garry Oak Room on Saturday, March Continue Reading

Weekly Media Release for Dec. 18 – 24, 2023

Impaired Driving by Drug In December 20, 2023, at approximately 7:25pm Police were conducting a counterattack road check on Beach Dr near Newport Ave. A vehicle traveling Southbound attempted to evade the road check and turned into the golf course maintenance parking and pulled over by Police. Police detected an overwhelming smell of burnt marijuana Continue Reading

Electric Push Scooters

Oak Bay Police would like to advise members of the community that Electric Scooters are not legal for use in Oak Bay. The only municipality on Vancouver Island in which they are legal for use is the City of Nanaimo under the Electric Kick Scooter Pilot Project Regulation. Electric Scooters are considered a vehicle under Continue Reading

Weekly Media Release for Nov, 20 – 26, 2023

Excessive Speed On Monday, November 20, 2023, at approximately 7:30pm, the Oak Bay Police were conducting speed enforcement near Beach Dr and Newport Ave. A 21-year-old man was stopped for going 111 km/h in a 40 km/h zone. The driver was issued a Violation Ticket for Excessive Speed Section 148(1) MVA in the amount of Continue Reading

Oak Bay Police Board Vacancy

The Province is seeking applications to fill an upcoming vacancy on the Oak Bay Police Board.  The closing date for applications is December 31, 2023.  Interested parties can apply online on the BC Government website.  The current board consists of six members. The successful candidate would fill one of the existing seats as a current Continue Reading

Latest News for November 3, 2023

Oak Bay Police File 2023-3346 Shortly before 11:00am this morning, Oak Bay Police received a report of a suspicious person sitting on a bench in Bowker Park twirling what appeared to be a small black handgun. Out of an abundance of caution, Oak Bay Police requested a “hold and secure” on the Oak Bay High Continue Reading

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