News & Announcements

Shooting victim to make full recovery

The victim of Monday night’s shooting incident has been upgraded to have non-life threatening injuries and is expected to make a full recovery. On Monday, November 27, 2017, at approximately 9:30pm, police received a call from a citizen reporting what was believed to be gun shots heard in the area of Third Street and Fourth…

Police investigate shooting incident

The Orangeville Police Service is investigating a shooting incident that took place at a residence on Orange Mill Court Monday night (November27). On Monday, November 27, 2017, at approximately 9:30pm, police received a call from a citizen reporting what was believed to be gun shots heard in the area of Third Street and Fourth Avenue…

Orangeville Police present Magical Christmas Forest

The Orangeville Police Service is once again inviting area emergency service partners, service clubs and businesses to help create a “Magical Christmas Forest” to support the yearly toy and food drive that assists residents of Dufferin County. Participants of this initiative will be asked to supply a decorated Christmas tree to represent their organization or…

Orangeville Police host “Coffee Break” for Alzheimer’s

The Orangeville Police Service will be hosting a “Coffee Break” for Alzheimer’s awareness on Wednesday (November 29) at their C Line office. On Wednesday, November 29, 2017, police will be offering coffee and baked goods to anyone wishing to support their efforts in raising funds and awareness for the Alzheimer Society of Dufferin County. All…

Police continue investigation to locate female

The Orangeville Police Service is continuing their investigation regarding a missing 18-year-old female, who was reported missing on November 14, 2017. On Tuesday, November 14, 18-year-old Claire Ivonne Brouse was last seen by her mother at the Orangeville Library on Broadway at approximately 2:30pm. Claire and a male friend were driven by an acquaintance to…

Police host Standardized Field Sobriety Test course

Your Orangeville Police Service has brought together officers from several police services throughout the province for specialized training in preparation for the upcoming changes to legislation surrounding the legalization of cannabis. From November 13th to November 17th, police officers from several municipalities including Shelburne, Barrie, West Grey, Cobourg and Peel participated in a week long…

Police continue to seek help from public to locate female

The Orangeville Police Service is continuing their investigation regarding a missing 18-year-old female, who was last seen in downtown Brampton on Tuesday, November 14, 2017, and again ask for help from the public. On Tuesday, November 14, 18-year-old Claire Ivonne Brouse was last seen by her mother at the Orangeville Library on Broadway at approximately…

Police seek help from public to locate female

The Orangeville Police Service is asking for help from the public to locate an 18-year-old female who was last seen in downtown Brampton on Tuesday, November 14, 2017. On Tuesday, November 14, 18-year-old Claire Ivonne Brouse was last seen by her mother at the Orangeville Library on Broadway at approximately 2:30pm. Claire and a male…

Found money turned over to police

Your Orangeville Police Service has a quantity of money that was turned in by a citizen and would like to return it to the rightful owner. On Friday, November 3, 2017, a citizen found a sum of money in the parking lot of the Orangeville Mall. The money was turned over to police and remains…

Orangeville Police offer winter driving safety tips

Soon snow and winter conditions will be back! And with it comes the challenges that all motorists in Orangeville and area face. Winter weather conditions can be variable and unpredictable, placing extra demands on your vehicle and driving skills. Your Orangeville Police Service suggests the following tips to help remind everyone of good winter driving…