NEWS | Cobourg Police Service

A/Sgt Mike Richardson Accepts Award for Community Fund Raising ($60,000 in last 7 years)
A/Sgt Mike Richardson Accepts Award for Community Fund Raising ($60,000 in last 7 years)
Our Chief and YIPI student take a
Honour Guard from Cobourg Police, Port Hope Police and OPP welcome the Cmdr of HMCS Goose Bay
Honour Guard from Cobourg Police, Port Hope Police and OPP welcome the Cmdr of HMCS Goose Bay
A variety of 'cruisers' in use by Cobourg Police
A variety of 'cruisers' in use by Cobourg Police
Cobourg Police Academy's First Graduation
New Recruits, Danielle McKeen and Ryan Maguire, with Chief Liu and Deputy Chief VandeGraaf
New Recruits, Danielle McKeen and Ryan Maguire, with Chaplain Truter, Chief Liu and Deputy Chief VandeGraaf



Thefts From Vehicles The Cobourg Police Service strives to ensure that our approach to policing, and the services that we provide, reflects the community’s needs. The community has suffered from an increase of thefts from unlocked motor vehicles and open garages.  Police are urging members of the public to lock their cars and garages.  A major deterrent to thefts from vehicles is the removal of all valuables
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Weapons Offences On Sunday July 30, 2017 at 12:15 pm, a male waved down a Cobourg Police cruiser on Division Street to report that he had just been threatened by another male who was in possession of a weapon. As a result of an investigation, 39 year old Matthew BEAULIEU of Cobourg was arrested and charged with Assault, Possession of a Weapon for Dangerous Purpose and two counts of Breach of a Peace Bond.
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Mischief to Police Station On Wednesday June 21, 2017, at approximately 8:55pm, police were contacted regarding a male who had just kicked the glass out of the Cobourg Police Service front door. Following an investigation, 20 year old Adam HALLIDAY was subsequently arrested for Mischief under $5000 and Fail to Comply with Probation contrary to the Criminal Code. HALLIDAY was released on a Promise to Appear and an
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Weekly Media Release May 29-June 4, 2017 Between Monday May 29, 2017 and Sunday June 4, 2017 the Cobourg Police Service responded to 195 calls for service including 4 Noise Complaints, 3 Mental Health related, 10 Alarms,1 Fraud, 10 Thefts,5  911 Calls, 2 Break and Enters,8 Assaults, 10 Motor Vehicle Collisions and 3 Liquor Licence Act. Here is a summary of the week; Monday May 29, 2017 Police responded to a motor vehicle
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Previous News & Media Releases
Weekly Media Release May 22 - May 28, 2017
Assault and Breach of Probation
Impaired Driving
Break and Enter and Theft over $5000
Theft under $5000
Road Rage Incident
Theft
Weekly Media Release March 27-April 3, 2017
Weekly Media Release Mar 20-26, 2017
Sgt Mike Richardson