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The OPP East Region Crime Unit is warning business and home owners of metal thefts. Since January 2010, the OPP in eastern Ontario have investigated 227 incidents involving the theft of rolls of copper, wiring and pipes. Suspects have been stealing metal worth hundreds of thousands from larger industrial locations, to small pieces of piping from behind toilets.

In 2010,...

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Cycling is a fun, healthy activity and an inexpensive way to get around. Before you go out follow these safety tips to ensure a safe and enjoyable ride.

  • be equipped
  • know the rules
  • watch for hazards
  • ride responsibly

Riding in Traffic

The Ontario Highway Traffic Act (HTA) defines the bicycle as a vehicle...

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The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is once again drawing the line for drivers and passengers: Buckle up or face a fine!

The OPP will launch a Spring Seatbelt Campaign April 14 - 22, 2012.

The week long operation will target drivers and occupants who are not buckled up, with particular focus on child restraints. A properly used booster seat can reduce a child's...

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The OPP is reminding boaters to ensure their water craft and its safety equipment is in place before setting out. There are no acceptable excuses. Not only can it save your life, it could save you a fine. During 2011, there were 22 marine fatalities in the Province of Ontario - 81% of these fatalities were as a result of not wearing a personal floatation device. The OPP S.A.V.E. Team...

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The East Region Crime Unit of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is presently investigating numerous mischief complaints that have been occurring across East Region.

People are receiving a text message on their personal cell phones indicating that someone was possibly murdered. Due to the seriousness implications of the text, the receiver rightfully notifies police....

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 - With the warm spring like weather upon us, the Lanark County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police wishes to remind drivers of their obligation to drive safely and responsibly.

This spring the Lanark County OPP is adopting a NO TOLERANCE enforcement strategy with an emphasis on the offences of speeding, stunt and...

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Be on the lookout for Motorcycles and Bicycles

Every year, the first glimpse of warm weather brings out those that have hibernated all winter. The Ontario Provincial Police, East Region would like to remind motorists that the first warm weather weekend of the year also means that smaller vehicles will be sharing our roadways. Many bring their motorcycles...

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The Ontario Provincial Police is preparing for its tenth OPP Bound recruitment program. “OPP Bound 2012” is a three-day mini-OPP recruit camp, being held at the Provincial Police Academy from July 7-10, 2012 in Orillia, Ontario.

The OPP are inviting applications from all women and men who are multi-lingual and are interested in exploring a career in...

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