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

Seeking witnesses to mailbox theft

Central Saanich Police Service is seeking the public’s help in solving the mischief and theft of  mailboxes belonging to adjacent businesses in the Brentwood Village. Sometime between August 13-15, unknown culprit(s) damaged one mailbox in the 7100 block of West Saanich Rd, then completely removed a second one from the exterior wall of a neighboring business.

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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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2016 Tour de Victoria – Sunday August 21

The 2016 Tour de Victoria will be held this Sunday August 21st. Two of the three courses will pass through Central Saanich and may cause some minor traffic delays. Here are the routes and approximate times that riders will be in Central Saanich: Harbour Air Epic – 140 Km 08:50am – 11:30am – Vehicle traffic

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Paving Derrinberg Rd August 11 & 12

Good afternoon,  Paving works is scheduled for Derrinberg Rd on Aug 11-12th. This wraps up the final sewer and watermain upgrades along this section.  Traffic Advisory – Derrinberg Rd. Paving Works      Location:              Derrinberg Rd Dates:                   Aug 11-12 Time:                    7:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.  Work will commence at the specified date and time, weather permitting. Expect

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WITNESS APPEAL: Report of Female Forced into Vehicle

File Number: 2016-2808 Central Saanich Police are concerned about a female who may have been forced into a black Chevrolet Blazer following a verbal argument in the area of Keating Cross Road and Oldfield Road around 4:15 pm on August 6, 2016. A concerned citizen reported the incident to police, however, attending officers were unable

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WITNESS APPEAL: Residential Break and Enter

File Number: 2016-2765 Central Saanich Police are looking for witnesses to a residential break and enter that occurred sometime Tuesday August 2, 2016 at a home in the 1900 block of Polo Park Court.  Several items were stolen from a safe including cash, a five ounce block of solid gold, two one ounce blocks of

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Two People Fall from Boat in water off Island View Beach

File Number: 2016-2680 At approximately 2:20 this afternoon, Central Saanich Police responded to a report that two people had fallen out of their boat and were yelling for help. A 40 year old male and his 4 year old son were crabbing from their boat off Island View Beach and fell out when they were

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Rash of Theft from Vehicle

Central Saanich Police are investigating a number of reported vehicle break ins that have occurred over the last week throughout the jurisdiction. Out of the nine cases reported so far,  three of the vehicles were locked and windows were smashed, at least three vehicles were left unlocked.  Several items including electronics and wallets have been

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UPDATE – Video Surveillance from Integrity Sales Break-in

On Sunday May 29, 2016, an unknown male broke into the Integrity Sales & Distributors building located at 2180Keating Cross Rd. The male entered the store sometime between 3:00pm and 6:00pm and stole 8 Husqvarna chainsaws. New video surveillance shows a Caucasian male, 45-60 years, with a round heavy build wearing a fisherman style hat enter the

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WITNESS APPEAL: Theft of suitcases from Butchart Gardens

On July 10, 2016, a family on holidays from Grand Forks, BC, had 5 suitcases stolen from the top of their vehicle. The family was visiting Butchart Gardens between 12 noon and 4:00 pm when an unknown person(s) removed five suitcases from a roof top carrier on their Grey 2017 Toyota Sienna. The suitcases contained all

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Job Posting: Auxiliary Civilian Members

Job Posting: Auxiliary Civilian Members          Closing Date: August 1, 2016 Job Description: Auxiliary Civilian Members provide back fill for the Front Desk Clerk, Operational Support Clerk and Court Liaison Clerk on an on-call as-needed basis. Responsibilities: Records – CPIC, RMS, Transcription, Interview downloads, RCC Extraction Administration – General office duties such as faxing, photocopying Customer

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Condolences to Baton Rouge and Dallas Police Departments

To the Baton Rouge and Dallas Police Departments, It is with great sadness that we send this letter of condolence to your police department. To the members who must continue to serve following this tragedy we grieve with you.  During these difficult times we hope that you remember why you put the uniform on each

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Life Saving Awards – Central Saanich Police Officers Honored

Three Central Saanich Police Officers were honored today at the St. John Ambulance Life Saving Awards, which took place at Victoria City Hall.  On July 24, 2015, Constables Chad Vincent , Kyle Sims and  Sgt. Paul Brailey attended to a single vehicle crash near Centennial Park, where a lone female driver had suffered a cardiac 

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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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