Victoria, BC – Three people were taken into custody while drugs, cash and a vehicle were seized in a downtown parking lot on October 30th.
Victoria, BC – As we join Esquimalt and Victoria in remembering the service and sacrifice of those who served, we at VicPD are also taking this time to remember the loss of one of our own; Cst. Robert Forster.
Cst. Robert Forster joined the Victoria Police in 1911. Robert and his brother George came to Victoria from Ireland in 1910.
Victoria, BC – A Fort Nelson man is in custody for multiple warrants and facing numerous charges related to a robbery with violence.
Victoria, BC – Officers are looking for witnesses and to speak with a man in regards to a suspicious incident involving a child that occurred in Victoria’s Fairfield neighbourhood.
Victoria, BC – David Atkins, who was the subject of a missing person alert yesterday, had been located safely.
Thank you for sharing his information which assisted in our efforts to locate him.
Victoria, BC – Investigators are looking for witnesses after an early morning arson at a construction site that may have caused tens of thousands of dollars in damage.
Victoria, BC –As with previous events, we will be deploying temporary cameras in support of our operations to ensure public safety during this year’s Remembrance Day Parade and Ceremony, on Monday, November 11th, 2019.
As always, we are deploying these temporarily placed, monitored cameras in public spaces in accordance with B.C. and national privacy legislation. The cameras are going up in the next two days and will be taken down a short time after the event. Temporary signs will also be posted to ensure that those in the area are aware.
Victoria, BC –Kendra Kivi, who was the subject of a missing person alert late last week, has been safely located.
Officers are thanking our community, including local media, and our fellow regional police departments for their work in helping to safely locate Kendra.
Victoria, BC – VicPD volunteers handed out over 500 #BeSeen lights over the weekend as part of our efforts to help keep people seen and safe this winter.
Victoria, BC –A patrol officer received non-life-threatening injuries while conducting a mental health apprehension Sunday night.
Shortly before 10:30 p.m., officers attended the 1100-block of Johnson Street to check the welfare of a resident of a multi-dwelling building. It was reported that the man was suffering from an apparent mental health crisis. Officers spoke with the man and as they began to apprehend him, he allegedly kicked an officer in the face.