News Releases

Local Businesses, Greater Victoria Harbour Authority and VicPD Team Up to Clean Up The Shores

Friday, September 7, 2018

Victoria, BC – VicPD officers and volunteers will be working alongside members of the Greater Victoria Harbour Authority team, Transport Canada, and staff from local businesses including Coast Victoria Hotel & Marina, the Delta Hotels by Marriott Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort, Red Fish Blue Fish, Chateau Victoria, Spinnakers’ and V2V Vacations in efforts to clean up the shores of Victoria’s iconic Inner Harbour.

Public Warning after Suspicious Circumstance

Thursday, August 30, 2018
File #: 
18-38427

Victoria BC – Officers are continuing their investigation into a suspicious circumstance that occurred on the evening of August 27th in the 1200-block of Juno Street.

Officers were called after a young women noticed that a bathroom window was being held open by an unknown individual while she was in the shower. Several VicPD officers attended and were unable to locate any suspects.  No description was obtained of the suspect.

Public Warning after Suspicious Circumstance

Thursday, August 30, 2018
File #: 
18-38427

Victoria BC – Officers are continuing their investigation into a suspicious circumstance that occurred on the evening of August 27th in the 1200-block of Juno Street.

Officers were called after a young women noticed that a bathroom window was being held open by an unknown individual while she was in the shower. Several VicPD officers attended and were unable to locate any suspects.  No description was obtained of the suspect.

Public Assistance Leads to Arrest of Violent Domestic Violence Suspect

Monday, August 27, 2018
File #: 
18-38185

Victoria BC – Officers are thanking the public for their tremendous assistance after the arrest of a violent suspect yesterday.

An officer was in the area of Vic West yesterday morning when he observed a man and a woman walking out of a store. The man was bound by conditions not to be in contact with the woman due to a violent assault that had occurred earlier in August.

Impaired Driver Gets Car Towed After Reporting Theft

Thursday, August 23, 2018
File #: 
18-35588

Victoria BC – Officers are astounded after a man showed up intoxicated to report a theft after driving to our station.

On August 11th at 7:00 a.m. a man attended our station to report the theft of his passport and cell phone.  During the conversation with the man, our officer noticed signs of impairment and was shocked to learn that the man had driven himself to the police station.

The man was served a 24-hour prohibition and his vehicle was impounded.

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