News & Announcements

Female located safe and sound

The Orangeville Police Service is happy to report that Katherine Bradley has been located safe and sound. On Tuesday, April 10, 64-year-old Katherine Bradley was last seen at the Orangeville GO Station, 49 Townline, at approximately 7:30pm. Ms. Bradley arrived in Brampton at George Street North and Nelson Street West, at approximately 8:30pm. Ms. Bradley…

Police investigate armed robbery at convenience store

The Orangeville Police Service is investigating an armed robbery that occurred just before 6:00am this morning (Tuesday, April 17) at a First Street convenience store. On Tuesday, April 17, at approximately 6:00am, three males entered First Street Variety located at 7 First Street in Orangeville. The store had just opened for business. The males approached…

Orangeville Police supports Organ Donor Registry

April is “Be A Donor” month and the Orangeville Police Service is proud to support the efforts of the local Lions Clubs of District A-9, in raising awareness to organ and tissue donor registration. Representatives from the Amaranth Lions Club joined members of the Orangeville Police Service at the OPS 390 C Line Headquarters to…

Have coffee with the “Chiefs” Thursday afternoon

The Orangeville Police Service invites you to join Chief Wayne Kalinski and Deputy Chief Leah Gilfoy for another “Coffee with the Chief” session, to discuss any concerns you have regarding policing issues in our community. Members of the community continue to give feedback that they appreciate the opportunity to meet with the Chief of Police…

LCBO call to police results in Impaired Driving charges

Your Orangeville Police Service has arrested and charged a 57-year-old Orangeville man with Impaired Driving after police were contacted by a LCBO staff member who refused to serve him Wednesday evening. On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, at approximately 9:00 p.m., police received a call from an employee of the LCBO at 40 Broadway, to report…

Police obtain donation for Orangeville Food Bank

Your Orangeville Police Service has obtained a $5000 donation to assist citizens in the community through the Orangeville Food Bank. The Orangeville Police Service received a $5000 donation for the program from Mr. Theodore Papadatos, a community minded supporter of the Orangeville Police Service. “We are grateful for the generosity of Mr. Papadatos. The Orangeville…

Police offer annual firearms and prohibited weapons amnesty

The Orangeville Police Service will once again be offering a Firearms and Prohibited Weapons Amnesty program during the month of April. The Amnesty is for any resident of Orangeville who wishes to voluntarily surrender unwanted or illegally-owned firearms, weapons, accessories or ammunition. The amnesty program is being held as a proactive initiative to provide residents…

Police remind you to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day responsibly

The Orangeville Police Service wants to remind all residents to enjoy St. Patrick’s Day tomorrow by celebrating responsibly. St. Patrick’s Day is traditionally a day of celebration with friends and family at home and at local licensed establishments. The Orangeville Police Service reminds residents that officers will be vigilant throughout the community to ensure the…

Police seeking witnesses to Broadway collision

The Orangeville Police Service is investigating a motor vehicle collision that resulted in a car leaving the roadway and coming to rest on the front lawn of a Broadway residence Tuesday afternoon. On Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at approximately 1:30pm, a beige 2007 Volkswagen Beetle was travelling east on Broadway near Faulkner Street. The Volkswagen…

CRA Scam continues to target area residents

March is “Fraud Prevention Month” and the Orangeville Police Service reminds the community to be vigilant of the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) scam as it is still targeting area residents. Police receive calls from people on a daily basis, reporting that they have received a phone call from a CRA Scam fraudster. Police continue to…