"Don't drink and drive!" That's the message the North Bay Police, along with policing partners from the North Bay O.P.P., West Nipissing Police Service, 22 Wing Military Police, Anishinabek Police Services, and Sécurité du Québec, consistently communicates to drivers, who are responsible for staying alert and sober to ensure we are all safe on our roads. Cst. Ayres, Inspector Jerome and A/Sgt. Whitehead were on scene on Wednesday November 26th, 2014, for the annual Festive R.I.D.E. campaign launch at Wasi Corners (at Callander Bay Drive and Lake Nosbonsing Road). Police officers were joined by volunteers from M.A.D.D. and North Bay firefighters. Drivers are reminded that police officers are also trained to recognize those who are driving under the influence of drugs. Remember, stoned driving is also impaired driving. The R.I.D.E. campaign continues until January 2nd, 2015. Let's all have a happy and safe holiday season.
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The FBI issued a public service announcement today that contains important information and advice for Canadians as well. Click here to read about cyber criminals and their aggressive and creative ways to steal money and personal information.
Be especially aware this of special holiday promotions or contests posted on social media sites that appear to offer vouchers or gift cards, such as a free $500 gift card. If the deal sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre also offers valuable information on how to recognize a scam and how to report fraud.
Deputy Devine, Cadet Brear, Cadet Beard, Cadet Thomas, Cadet Marcotte, Sergeant Coulas and Chief Cook at Ontario Police College on November 27th, 2014. Following 12 weeks of training, our four new recruits pose for this group photo, in great anticipation for the March Past in recognition of their accomplishment.