News Releases

Lengthy Police Incident Results in One Arrest

Monday, May 22, 2017
File #: 
17-19860

Victoria  BC – One man is in custody after a lengthy search after shots were reported fired.

Officers were called just after 2:20 a.m. yesterday morning after a woman reported that somebody shot at her vehicle in the area of Ryan and Shelbourne Streets. Officers quickly converged on the area and located a vehicle that had damage consistent with a gunshot.  

Police located a residence believed to be associated to the suspect in the 1700-block of Kings Road.  

Victoria City Police Athletic Association Presents The Legendary Powder Blues Band

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Victoria, BC – The Victoria City Police Athletic Association (VCPAA) is a non-profit society that supports events in the community and fosters positive relationships between the police and youth in Greater Victoria and on the South Island. The VCPAA was established in 1971 as a registered society and donates $30,000 per year towards youth sports and various scholarships.

 

VicPD Asks for Public’s Help in Locating Missing Youth

Tuesday, May 9, 2017
File #: 
17-17422

Victoria  BC – VicPD is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing youth, Dallas Macleod.

Dallas, a 17-year-old woman, was reported missing to VicPD on May 4th.  Since that time officers have been looking for her, but are now hoping that the public can help. Dallas is described as a Caucasian woman standing five feet, two inches tall and weighing approximately 98 pounds. She has brown hair, and hazel eyes.  Dallas was last seen in the 2100-block of Vancouver Street.

 

Youth For Change & Inclusion Camp Set To Start

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Victoria, BC – Well over 80 middle and high school students will join 17 teachers and 9 police officers at this year’s Youth for Change and Inclusion (YCI). The camp, which takes place at Camp Pringle on the shores of Shawnigan Lake from May 3rd through May 6th will introduce youth from Victoria, Saanich, Vancouver, Ladysmith and Nanaimo to local, national and global issues. This year marks the 14th year that YCI has taken place with well over 1000 youth having attended the camp over the past 13 years.

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