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Sarnia Police Officers John Sottosanti, Jocelyn Paquette,Chris Moxley and Aaron Johnston meet with Olympian Clara Hughes before escorting her on Clara’s Big Ride for Bell Let’s Talk.
Chief Nelson and Inspector N. Hansen with PC J. Fraser and PC J. Shean who received the Canadian Medal of Bravery on December 5 from the Governor General of Canada. The medal was for rescuing a man from a fire on October 31, 2011. The officers travelled to Ottawa to receive the medal
Cst. Sparling and Cst. Laird at Lambton Mall for first ever "Cram the Cruiser" event on December 14, 2013. Another great success.
Cst. Szabo and Rianna are very happy afte a great time shopping at Lambton Mall for first ever Cop Shop Day.
Rick McAlpine and Randy Clendenning of the Sarnia Elks Lodge with Chief Nelson and PC Jones. The Elks donated 100 teddy bears to Sarnia Police. The bears will be presented to local children during investigations which may be stressful for them.
The Sarnia Legionnaires have once again donated tickets to be handed out during this season’s R.I.D.E program. Left to right: Chief Nelson, Thomas Moxley, Hunter Tyczynski, Nathan Mater, Deputy Chief Farlow and Sgt. Carson Wilson
The first annual Cops for Cans event was a huge success. Some of the people who volunteered on their day off at this worthy cause are Courtney, Brandi, Cst. J. McCabe, Kylie, Leah and Karsyn
Some of our officers who have previously served in various areas of the military wearing their head dress.
Marching down wet Christina Street in honour of our fallen. November 11, 2013.
Constables S. Urban, R. Leblanc and M. Vallaincourt receive the Chief's coin on November 7 for their efforts in responding to a suicidal person back in August.

The Chief’s Guard at Annual Police Memorial, September 29, 2013.

Some of the members who received their 20 year service medal at recognition dinner held on September 13, 2013. PC Jen Nantais, Sgt. John Pearce, Sgt. Scott Clarke, PC Shawn Osborne, Staff Sgt. Paul Mamak
Civilian Communicators who attended Awards Dinner and received recognition certificates. Left: Karen Mills for 30 years, Courtney Thornton for 10 years, Sue Mantha for 20 years, Brandi Hughes for 5 years.

Daily Media Releases

Update: Drug Warrant

By Constable Les Jones on April 16th, 2014 | Posted in Daily Media Releases

  Broadcast time: 1:16 PM Date: April 16, 2014     Sarnia Police Vice officers assisted by the Criminal Investigation Division executed a drug warrant on April 10, 2014 on Sutton Street. Officers entered the home shortly after 7:34 PM April 10, 2014 and found two men in the middle of a drug transaction. A […]

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Cocaine Bust

By Constable Les Jones on April 16th, 2014 | Posted in Daily Media Releases

  Broadcast time: 7:55 AM Date: April 16, 2014   Sarnia Police Service Vice officers assisted by members of the Criminal Investigations Branch have arrested a 32 year old Sarnia man for drug offences. On Monday April 14, 2014 at about 10:10 PM officers arrested the man in the area of London Road and Pontiac […]

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Assistance to Identify

By Constable Les Jones on April 15th, 2014 | Posted in Daily Media Releases

  Broadcast time: Date: April 15, 2014   Sarnia Police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a male and female depicted on surveillance video. The two were in a business together located on Exmouth Street on March 18, 2014 around 1:00PM. The female selected a purse and the male took cologne and they […]

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Easter Hours 2014

By Constable Les Jones on April 15th, 2014 | Posted in Daily Media Releases

  Broadcast time: 1:07 PM Date: April 15, 2014       Easter Holiday Hours at Sarnia Police   The Sarnia Police Records office will be closed on Friday April 18 as well as Monday April 21 in recognition of the Easter holiday. The offices will re-open on Tuesday April 22, 2014.   Constable Les […]

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Technology and Traffic Enforcement

By Constable Les Jones on April 15th, 2014 | Posted in Daily Media Releases

  Broadcast time: 11:10 AM Date: April 15, 2014   Sarnia Police Service is beginning to utilize information obtained via the internet to assist in traffic enforcement. Although this is not new technology it is relatively new to the Sarnia Police. Traffic Branch cars are fitted with BlackBerry Playbooks that allow officers access to the […]

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Man Charged With Luring

By Constable Les Jones on April 15th, 2014 | Posted in Daily Media Releases

  Broadcast time: 7:59 AM Date: April 15, 2014     Sarnia Police Service has charged a Forest man for luring young girls over the internet. Sarnia Police detectives have charged a 52 year old Forest man for several offences related to Facebook interactions with two young girls. The offences occurred over several weeks in […]

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