Do you know this male?

Central Saanich Police File 2017-3314 Central Saanich Police are seeking assistance to identify the male pictured above regarding an incident that occurred at the Quality Inn Waddling Dog located at Mt Newton X Rd and Highway 17 in the early morning hours of August 29, 2017.   If you have any information, please call the […]

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Please Don’t Bring Us Drugs

From time to time, folks from our community that come across substances consistent with drugs, bring them into our front counter for disposal.  Although we know this is done with good intentions, the practice can be potentially harmful to everyone involved. Drugs have to be handle in a specific way in order to ensure that […]

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Newest Promotion

Sgt. Sims with Chief Sylven Kyle Sims of the Central Saanich Police Service is the latest member to be promoted to the rank of Sergeant. Kyle grew up in Victoria, graduating from Esquimalt Secondary School. After attending College, Kyle began his policing career with the Edmonton Police Service in 2006. Wanting to come back to […]

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Lost Engagement & Wedding Rings

The Central Saanich Police Services is looking for a engagement and wedding ring set that was lost in recent days. It may have been lost at the Thrifty Foods in Saanichton. The rings are describe as white gold bands that inset into one another. The one has three medium diamonds (Pictured above) and the wedding […]

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“Don’t get Sextorted”

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P) has seen an 89% increase over the past two years* in online sextortion cases among teenage boys, prompting them to develop Canada’s first awareness and prevention campaign for boys. The new campaign uses humour to connect with boys and deliver the serious message of “don’t get sextorted.” The […]

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Sharing Someone’s Sext is Illegal – Learn More

Canada now has a law to help deal with the non-consensual distribution of an intimate image. It is illegal for a person to distribute an “intimate image” of another person without that person’s consent. So, if someone has a sexual/intimate image of you that was created in private circumstances, and that person knowingly posts it […]

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Theft From Vehicles – Protect Yourself

  Although we live in a safe community, we are vulnerable to “crime of opportunity” if we do not take precautions. Central Saanich has experienced several thefts from vehicles in the past few months.  Thieves are looking for cash, wallets, phones or anything of value. Here are some simple tips to keep your vehicle from […]

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Caroline Parsons Joins CSPS

Chief Les Sylven, Caroline Parsons, Mayor Winsor Central Saanich Police Service is proud to introduce its newest member, who was sworn-in on April 10, 2017.  Caroline Parsons has spent 14-years with the Peel Regional Police before calling Central Saanich home. She brings a diverse background in policing having experience working with a Special Victims Unit, […]

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