Central Saanich Police

Track Crime

To further community awareness the Central Saanich Police Service has merged geographic information systems technology with police records management data to provide the public access to information about calls made to Central Saanich Police.

Block Watch

Central Saanich Police is committed to safe neighbourhoods and is an active participant in the Block Watch initiative.  Central Saanich Police Service is proud to support residents in their efforts to look out for each other and do their part to prevent crimes of opportunity.

Youth in our Community

The Central Saanich Police Service provides support to families and teachers in their efforts to promote pro-social attitudes amongst our youth.  Youth Liaison Officer, Cst. Glen Davies, can be reached at 250-652-4441.  Please visit our youth page for valuable information to keep our youth safe.

Community News

Have You Been a Victim of Theft from Auto or a Break-in lately? – Have a look at these recovered items

Central Saanich Police are investigating the finding of several bags of clothing and other items believed to be from a theft or possibly a break-in. Here are a few of the more unique items for which police are looking to identify owners. If you see items belonging to you, please contact Cst.Piper at 250-652-4441 and quote

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Central Saanich Police Service recognize their newest Sergeant

Mark Haney is recognized at by Chief Constable Les Sylven for his recent promotion to the rank of Sergeant. Mark is the latest member to the supervisory team and brings with him many years of experience in policing. Mark was a former member of the RCMP prior to joining Central Saanich 11 years ago. Mark has an

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Historical Sex Assault Investigation – Central Saanich Police Seek Information from Victims

Central Saanich Police have arrested an 81-year-old Nanaimo man in relation to a number of historical sexual assaults that reportedly took place in Central Saanich between 1975 and 1986. Geradus Wilhelmus PETERS lived in Central Saanich from 1960 to 1998. He has been charged with one count of Indecent Assault and four counts of Sexual

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UPDATE Missing Person Found -John Savoy

Central Saanich, B.C., February 1, 2017 – Missing person John Savoy has been located and is safe. An area resident called our non-emergency line with information about Mr. Savoy’s whereabouts using the details reported by CFAX radio. Thank you to local media and area residents for looking after each other, a shining example of strength

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Newest Police Recruit welcomed!

The Central Saanich Police Service welcomed the newest member of their police family, Ryan Johnston. Ryan was sworn-in this morning in front of a large gathering of family and friends and is off to the Police Academy January 16, 2017.  A local boy growing up in Victoria, Ryan comes to the service with a multitude of experiences.

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Scam Alert – Computer anti-virus software

A Central Saanich man is out money just before Christmas after falling victim to a computer scam.  A pop up screen appeared on his computer advising him that his anti-virus software needed to be renewed.  The male called the number on the pop up screen and provided his credit card information.  He was charged over $500

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Stelly’s High School participates in P.A.R.T.Y. Program 2016

Students from Stelly’s Senior Secondary saw another year of participation in the P.A.R.T.Y. ( Prevent Alcohol and Risk Related Trauma in Youth) Program, hosted by Island Health. The program is a dynamic, interactive injury prevention program for teenagers. Grade 10 students toured the Victoria General Hospital meeting volunteers from various health care and related professions

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Central Saanich Police offer Random Act of Kindness!

To help celebrate Random Act of Kindness Day and touch the lives of people in the community, members of the Central Saanich Police Service brought flowers to patients and nurses at the palliative care ward at the Saanich Peninsula hospital.  It was a pleasure for our members to visit with the patients and staff.  Thank you

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Pedestrian Safety Awareness!

When drivers fail to yield, its pedestrians who pay the price. Busy intersections and shorter days mean that both pedestrians and drivers need to be extra careful during fall and winter. As the weather changes and daylight hours decrease, pedestrians become increasingly vulnerable. Crashes involving pedestrians rise during the fall and winter, and 69 percent of

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Help Sought in Break-in to Church

Sometime overnight on Wednesday September 21, 2016, unknown culprit(s) broke into Our Lady of Assumption Church located at 7742 West Saanich Rd. The back room was ransacked and several items were taken. Prior to the discovery of the break-in, the church alarm had been triggered multiple times throughout the night with nothing out of the ordinary found. If

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Cybertip Awareness Day

 Monday, September 26th marked the fifth annual Cybertip.ca Awareness Day.  This year the Canadian Centre for Child Protection is recognizing this important day by promoting a new public awareness day campaign titled Every Click Helps Us Protect Children from Sexual Abuse.  This campaign encourages Canadians to take a stand against online child sexual victimization by

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Old phone scam with new twist – be aware

Central Saanich Police Service are cautioning residents about a reported phone scam. In the received complaint, the scam artist called and claimed to be a close family member, providing an accurate first name. The caller then advised that they had been involved in a car accident, that they were at a police department and requested

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SCAM ALERT: Beware of scammers posing as CRA employees

Area residents have been receiving phone calls from persons claiming to be employees from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). Some of these fraudulent communications involve threatening or coercive language to scare people into paying fictitious debt to the CRA. Others involve requesting personal information from the victim, insisting it is needed so that the victim can receive

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