2017 Shelburne Police Service Six Month Statistics Report

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2017 Shelburne Police Service Six Month Statistics Report

The first six months of 2017 proved to be very busy for the Shelburne Police Service.  From January 1st until June 30th the Shelburne Police Service laid a total of 1714 charges.  They are broken down as follows:

  • Criminal Code charges:  260
  • Controlled Drugs and Substances Act:  30
  • Highway Traffic Act:  1226 (799 of which were for speeding)
  • Liquor Licence Act: 15
  • Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act:  121
  • Trespass to Property Act:  7
  • Other Provincial Statues: 55

Members of the Shelburne Police Service responded to 2884 calls for service.

Motor Vehicle Accidents:  62

Number of Parking Tickets issued:  205

A total of 437.5 hours were spent on beat patrol / community service events.

A total of 2561hours of cruiser patrol time was logged.

A total of 2239 hours of radar and traffic enforcement was completed.

Officers conducted 2046 hours of Investigations.

Officers spent a total amount of 992 hours writing reports and office duties.

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