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The Gananoque Police Service Youth In Policing Initiative (YIPI), members of the Gananoque Police Service, Gananoque Police Association and Gananoque Police Services Board raised $2800 in August of 2019 in support of sending Brian Secker and his team The Kingston Shot Rocks to The Special Olympics National Winter Games in Thunder Bay, ON. The games were played from February 25-29, 2020. Brian has participated locally for 16 years in the Gananoque Police Service Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) each Spring in Gananoque. Officers from around the province participated in the LETR to escort the flame into the opening ceremonies in Thunder Bay. We are proud to have supported our local athletes, and even more proud to advise that Brian and his team brought home a silver medal.
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Please remember to stop for school buses when their lights are flashing.
Do you have a video surveillance camera at your residence or place of business?
Gananoque Police Service has created a Video Feed Registry to assist in the gathering of evidence should a crime occur in your area. All we require is your contact information which we will keep on file. You will not be contacted unless needed.
so we can add you to the list.
You can check to see what calls the Gananoque Police have responded to in your neighbourhood. Simply click on this map, and you will be taken to an Interactive Map of the Town. From there, you can choose date range, types of crimes, and check the whole Town, or just zoom in on your neighbourhood.
Please Note: You have will have to accept the Terms of Service before you can view the map.