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  • PRESS RELEASES (archives)
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    Recent News and Community Involvement
    • Smiths Falls Police Staff Announcements
      The Police Services Board wishes to announce the following staff appointments effective... Read more

    • Smiths Falls Police Chief Retiring
      The Police Services Board accepts, with regrets, Chief Dowdall's notice of retirement effective... Read more

      The Police Services Board is hosting a Retirement Celebration... Read more.

    • Canada Revenue Agency Tax Scam
      It is tax time again and fraudsters will use this opportunity to attempt to scam consumers and businesses out of their hard earned money.
      The Smiths Falls Police Service continues to receive complaints from the public about this scam. Please notify the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre at 1-888-495-8501 of this scam or visit their website to report it. Please call the police only if you have provided these "scammers" your personal information or money. Read more.

    • Back to School Enforcement
      The STEP (Strategic Traffic Enforcement Program) for the Smiths Falls Police Service for the Month of September are offences related to School Bus and School Zone enforcement. Read more.

    • Crime Prevention Campaign - Scams
      The Smiths Falls Police Service is partnering with the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) to promote the OACP's 2016 Crime Prevention Campaign. The campaign theme is "Know Who You're Dealing With". Read more.

    • Highway Traffic Act Amendments- Pedestrian Safety
      Ontario has come up with a new law to help protect pedestrians and will force drivers to be more patient and alert when driving through busy pedestrian intersections. Read more.








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