Officers with the Kenora OPP say they responded to a number of incidents in the community over the weekend in their latest weekly report.
While calls for service were a bit below the average weekend for the Kenora OPP at 130, 18 charges were laid throughout the many investigations, just above their typical 10 to 15 charges laid each weekend.
This weekend’s calls included:
- 7 ambulance assistance
- 5 attempt or threat of suicide
- 2 drug offences
- 2 fires
- 1 impaired / over 80
- 7 liquor licence act
- 6 traffic complaints
- 2 domestic disputes
- 8 police assistance requests
- 3 police information requests
- 3 thefts
- 5 missing persons
- 2 mental health act
- 7 RIDE checks
- 9 unwanted persons
- 3 warrants
To help police deal with the increasing volume of calls, the OPP is reminding residents about their online reporting system as an alternative to having an officer attend a scene for a minor incident.
Citizen Self Reporting is an internet reporting tool that can be accessed from a computer or mobile device, and your report will be sent directly to the OPP.
Crimes that you can report through the online tool include:
- theft under $5,000
- mischief/damage to property under $5,000
- mischief/damage to vehicle under $5,000
- theft from vehicle - lost/missing property under $5,000
- stolen licence plates
- driving complaints
The tool can be found here.
For more information:
OPP respond to 177 calls for service over the weekend