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Vehicle towing Request for Proposal
The Cobourg Police Service is currently seeking qualified applicants to submit Request for Proposals, hereinafter called RFP, to the Cobourg Police ...Full Story
Monday, March 19
Youth Arrested for Weapons Dangerous
Media Release The Cobourg Police have charged a youth after receiving a report of a person brandishing a weapon. On Friday the 16th of March, ...Full Story
Monday, March 19
Cobourg Police Service Responded to Call of Robbery
Media Release On the 16th day of March 2018 at approximately 11:27am the Cobourg Police Service were dispatched to the area of the Walmart located ...Full Story
Monday, March 19

Visit the Anti-Fraud Centre

The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre provides a wide array of varied and valuable information related to different types of Frauds and how you can protect yourself or report a fraud.

Make sure to visit this site on a regular basis to remain aware of the ever-changing variety of frauds that take place.
Phishing Scam Video

The Cobourg Police Service has been provided with a video to share related to Internet "Phishing" Scams.  The video was provided by the Midland Police Service.  Click Here for the video!



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Here's how to safeguard your Twitter account.


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New report shows whom you can and, more important, whom you can't trust with your data


Password Management Guide

By Mohammed Al-Marhoon,

A good read for those who are concerned about their information security and have a large number of sites with the same password or a large number of passwords.

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Voice-to-text apps don't make driving safer: study

Maurice Cacho, MSN Tech & Gadgets

Dictating a text message or email to your phone with Siri or Vlingo isn't really safe at all, a new study has found.



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