March 24, 2020
North Grenville - The North Grenville Police Services Board would like to direct residents and businesses on the steps being taken by the OPP to limit the risk of transmission of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
The OPP has created a dedicated webpage to provide updates to address COVID-19, the state of which is being monitored and assessed daily. Non-emergency services will be adjusted accordingly to ensure safe communities and a secure Ontario.
Commencing immediately, residents and business owners should, where possible, use the OPP online reporting tool, and the OPP non-emergency number (1-888-310-1122) for non-emergent calls for service.
In an emergency, however, do not hesitate to call 9-1-1.
"OPP members continue to respond to all urgent and non-urgent calls for service," said Don Sherritt, Chair of the North Grenville Police Services Board.
Sherritt emphasized that It is crucial at this time that the OPP continue to maintain their capacity to respond to COVID-19 developments in addition to its day to day operations.
"Residents can do their part to ensure the health of OPP personnel by not attending any police facilities unless they have a scheduled appointment, or have called ahead to enquire about services." added Sherritt.
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Eastern Ontario Twitter account: https://twitter.com/opp_er
Grenville County (Kemptville) Detachment: http://opp.ca/index.php?id=115&lng=en&entryid=569e9a668f94accf3575879e
February 20, 2020
NORTH GRENVILLE, ON – The North Grenville Police Services Board (NGPSB) would like to thank the over 700 North Grenville residents who responded to the NGPSB Community Policing Survey which was conducted in the Summer/Fall of 2019.
June 11, 2019
The North Grenville Police Services Board (PSB) has launched the 2019 Community Survey to gather input from the public to help identify local priorities for the delivery of police services in the Municipality.
The North Grenville Police Services Board is proud to recognize the youth of our community for achievements in leadership and good citizenry. A semi-annual award has been established by the Board to be presented at the Kemptville Youth Centre to young persons identified as having demonstrated: a positive attitude and respect for others; continuing leadership and support of the Kemptville Youth Centre, and the community at large.
This year, 2017, sees the commencement of the 2017-2019 Ontario Provincial Police Action Plan. This three-year plan articulates organizational direction and ensures consistency in service delivery. The Grenville County OPP Detachment Action Plan is specifically aligned to the Strategic Plan while also responding to unique community safety concerns. This Action Plan communicates our activities and public commitments for the next three years.
This report will serve to update command staff on the events of 2017 within the context of the Grenville County 2017 - 2019 Action Plan. The report will focus on the major policing priorities identified in the Action Plan and report on the progress made toward our targets in these areas.
"Whether it is vulnerable citizens cheated out of their life savings or young people stripped of their assets and forced to start over, the harm caused by all types of fraud is staggering. The money taken is used to fuel other illegal activities, causing further harm to society as a whole."– J.V.N. (Vince) HAWKES, OPP Commissioner