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The Shelburne Police Service has an immediate requirement for an experienced Police Constable. Only applications from those who have successfully completed the recruit training program at the Ontario Police College (O.P.C.) or its equivalent will be accepted.
The successful candidate will be subject to a comprehensive […]
Shelburne Police Service is proud to announce the launch of their new web site at www.shelburnepolice.com.
The web site offers greater engagement with the public through a front page news feed and a subscription service that pushes Shelburne Police Service news and updates to subscribers on a […]
The Meth Watch Program, initiated in 2006 educates store employees to watch for purchase patterns which could indicate the production of crystal meth. We want to create as many obstacles as possible for criminals looking to produce this drug in our community.
The Meth Watch Program […]
Thefts from unlocked motor vehicles continue to account for a high percentage of our property crimes. As a result our service continues to conduct an intensive public education and crime prevention program. The “Lock It or Lose It” program reminds citizens that property crimes can […]
The operation of off road vehicles, including but not limited to: ATV’s, Dirt Bikes and UTV’s is not permissible within the Town of Shelburne with the exception of designated trails. Anyone found operating one of these vehicles outside of the designated area could faces substantial […]
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design is a design based, crime prevention approach. CPTED can be applied to businesses, such as shopping malls and industrial/commercial parks, residential areas, schools, institutions, parks and playgrounds. It is based on a simple theory; that the proper design and effective […]