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Posted Thursday, April 27, 2017

In February 2017, The Guelph Police Fraud Unit received a complaint from a local business, regarding an internal theft by an employee.  Investigation revealed that the business had been defrauded approx. $12,000 over 17 months.
On April 25, 2017 members of the Guelph Police Fraud Unit arrested and charged a 29 year old female from Guelph with Fraud Over $5000.00. She will appear in Court on June 6, 2017.

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Posted Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Victim Services Wellington Volunteers Needed for May & June Training
 Are you retired or retiring in the near future? Are you wanting to give back to the community or become more involved?
We are looking for mature individuals who can assist victims of crime and tragic circumstances.  By using life experience and the training provided by Victim Services, our volunteers assist emergency services by providing short term support.  Applicants must...

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Posted Wednesday, April 26, 2017

The 19 th Annual Guelph Police Bicycle Ticket Program
The 19 th Annual Guelph Police Bicycle Ticket Program is set to begin Monday May 1 st , 2017 and will run until Tuesday August 1 st , 2017. 
 This program is designed to promote awareness among Guelph youth regarding the benefits of wearing bicycle helmets, through positive reinforcement. 
Officers on proactive patrol will try to recognize children found wearing their bike helmet, by rewarding...

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Posted Tuesday, April 25, 2017

With the summer weather approaching Guelph Police Service is modifying their Customer Service counter, public hours.  The counter assists the public with such items as form in-take as police clearance checks, FOI requests and record suspension requests.  Effective May 1, 2017 the Customer Service will be closed Saturdays. Customer Service will close Fridays at 3:45pm. All other hours will remain unchanged. Customer Service is open the following times:
Monday             8:00am...

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Posted Tuesday, April 25, 2017

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On April 24, 2017 at approximately 9:20pm, while on patrol, police observed a male operating a vehicle, yelling out of the driver’s window.  Police followed for a short distance and became concerned when the vehicle was observed driving erratically.  A traffic stop was conducted on Eramosa and the driver was asked to provide a road side sample of his breath.  The driver failed the road side test.
Mathew McMullen, a 31 year old Guelph male,...

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