News & Announcements

Shoulda, coulda, woulda: Crime Prevention starts with YOU!

Your Orangeville Police Service is proud to support the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) 2017 Crime Prevention campaign. The goal of the “Shoulda Coulda Woulda: Crime Prevention Starts With You” campaign is to heighten awareness of the simple things we can all do to protect our property and personal safety and well-being. The…

Chief Kalinski requests review of unfounded cases

Your Orangeville Police Chief Wayne Kalinski has requested a review of all sexual assault cases that were classified as unfounded over the past five years. Chief Kalinski’s request for the review comes after a report in the Globe and Mail newspaper criticizing police services across Canada regarding sexual assault investigations that ended up being classified…

UPDATE: Police locate male

Your Orangeville Police Service has located Baxter Parsons Jr, safe and sound. The 27-year-old male was located by police on Broadway in downtown Orangeville at approximately 6:20pm, yesterday (Monday February 13). The male had been reported missing by his family on Saturday February 11 as the male had not been heard from since February 2nd.…

Police seek help from public to locate male

The Orangeville Police Service is asking for help from the public to locate a 27-year-old man who was last seen on Thursday February 2, 2017. The male was reported as missing to police on Saturday, February 11. Baxter Parsons Jr, 27, was seen at the TD Bank at Broadway and Second Street in Orangeville at…

Police arrest and charge woman for using a false prescription

Your Orangeville Police Service has arrested and charged a 28-year-old Orangeville woman for obtaining medication using a fraudulent prescription. On Saturday, February 4, 2017 the Orangeville Police Service was contacted by a pharmacist from Shoppers Drug Mart at 25 Broadway to report a fraud. According to the pharmacist, a female had attended the pharmacy and…

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 a community minded corporate partner. The donor chooses to remain anonymous. “The Orangeville Food Bank and its many volunteers provide a valuable service…

Police seek assistance to identify theft and fraud suspects

Your Orangeville Police Service is seeking assistance from the public to help identify a male and female who are suspects in a stolen vehicle and fraud investigation. On Friday, February 3, 2017 at approximately 1:30 a.m., two suspects (one male and one female) attended the Esso gas bar at 31 Broadway in Orangeville. Store employees…

Police seek assistance to identify break and enter suspects

Your Orangeville Police Service is seeking assistance from the public to help identify a male and female who are suspects in a break and enter incident at a Broadway retail store early Thursday morning. On Thursday, February 2, 2017 at approximately 3:15 a.m., two suspects attended Moguls In Mocean located at 148 Broadway in downtown…

Police remind residents to plan ahead for a safe Super Bowl

Your Orangeville Police Service wishes to remind sports fans to plan ahead to ensure a safe and enjoyable Super Bowl event this Sunday. If your Super Bowl plans include consuming alcohol, you should also be making plans for safe transportation for you and friends to and from the location where you will be enjoying the…

Orangeville Police supports Bell Let’s Talk Day

Your Orangeville Police Service wants to remind the community about Bell Let’s Talk Day happening tomorrow, Wednesday, January 25, across Canada. Bell Let’s Talk Day is designed to break the silence around mental illness and support mental health. The goal is to engage the public in open discussions to help end the stigmas associated to…