News & Events
|11/4/2014 - Thanks to the Public|
Police took two more impaired drivers off the road yesterday afternoon thanks to tips from the public.
Just after 1:00 o`clock yesterday afternoon police stopped a 50-year-old man in the Kenmount Terrace area and charged him with impaired.
Just over an hour later RNC received a complaint of a possible impaired driver in the area of Long Pond in C.B.S. In that case, a 49-year-old man was also charged with driving while impaired.
Both men were released and will appear in court at a later date.
|10/30/2014 - Halloween Message and tips from the RNC|
RNC Release Halloween Safety Advisory
(St. John’s, NL), October 30, 2014 - On Friday, October 31, 2014, thousands of children in Newfoundland and Labrador will be trick or treating in various residential neighborhoods throughout RNC jurisdiction. The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is asking parents, children and drivers to take extra precautions on Halloween night. To ensure a safe and Happy Halloween, the RNC would like to remind everyone of some simple and basic safety tips that will help protect all Trick-or-Treaters:
DRIVERS: Drivers are asked to reduce their speed significantly and use extra caution especially in residential areas. Children are very excited about this special day and may rush back and forth between parked vehicles, so you must remain alert at all times.
PARENTS: Parents can ensure their children enjoy a pleasant and safe Halloween by doing thefollowing: • Encourage costumes that include face make-up and/or enlarge the eyes on masks to ensure the child’s vision is not obstructed. • Ensure children wear properly fitted costumes or clothing that is made of bright or reflective materials. Reflective tape can also greatly increase visibility so that they can easily be seen by motorists. • Check all treats (at home) before a child is permitted to eat them. Only allow children to eat candies and bars that are wrapped properly. Discard any items that appear to be tampered with. • Discuss the route that your children will take before leaving and make sure they know what time you expect them to be home.
• Stop, Look and Listen before crossing the street and only cross at marked designated pedestrian crossing areas.
• Go with a partner, group or responsible adult.
• Carry a flashlight and stay in well-lit areas.
• Visit only the front door of well-lit homes. Use walkways and driveways to approach homes. Running across lawns and gardens can be dangerous when hazards exist such as lawn furniture, steps and excavations.
• Never enter a home, apartment or a vehicle. Stay on the doorstep or sidewalk while trick-or-treating.
Royal Newfoundland Constabulary Patrol, Traffic and Community Service Officers will be patrolling all areas of our jurisdiction to ensure the safety of both motorists and pedestrians. As well, RNC Community Services Officers will be participating in the Pumpkin Patrol with Rogers employees. They will be patrolling the streets throughout the Northeast Avalon.
With everyone working together we can ensure a safe and Happy Halloween.
|9/22/2014 - Recovered Stolen Property-Badger,NL|
On September 10, 2014, Grand Falls-Windsor RCMP conducted a search of a residence in Badger, NL. A number of items were located and seized that had been stolen from cottages in the Central Newfoundland area. Charges are pending against a number of individuals from Badger and Grand Falls-Windsor, NL
For further information please contact.
Grand Falls-Windsor RCMP
|8/25/2014 - RCMP- Burin Penisula would like to say Thank You for the Public`s Help|
The Burin Peninsula RCMP are updating the public in relation to a residential Break and Enter which occurred August 2013 in Little Bay.
During this incident three firearms, a motorcycle as well as other items were stolen. Police were able to recover all three firearms and the motorcycle as well as several smaller items. Six people, ranging in age from 17 - 41, were charged with various offences under the Criminal Code of Canada including Break and enter into a residence, trafficking in firearms and possession of stolen property. All were convicted with five of the six receiving custody sentences, the maximum being 16 months.
The Burin Peninsula RCMP would like to thank the public for their assistance in the successful conclusion of this matter.
|8/5/2014 - Terra Nova Motors 4th Annual Truck Show|
On August 9th, Sgt Vicki Chalker with the RCMP will be one of five people getting dunked (In uniform) to raise money for Childrens Wish and "Jaiden" to go to Disney world.
Please don’t forget to come to our Terra Nova Motors 4th Annual truck show at the dealership lot at 595 Kenmount Road on Saturday August 9th from 11AM-3PM. Just in case you didn’t know every year Terra Nova Motors holds a truck show event and Rally to raise money for Children’s Wish, last year we raised enough to give two wishes (over $20,000) and this year we are looking to exceed that by adding a few twists.
-This year’s wish child is Jaiden, his wish is to go to Disney World with his family.
is a 4 year old little boy suffering from Leukemia. His wish is to go to Disney World with his family when his treatments are over. He is a happy little boy who loves broccoli, blocks, puzzles and numbers. Please come out for a great cause, and as you know Terra Nova Motors matches every dollar raised.
|5/2/2014 - 2014 Police and Peace Officer of the Year (POYA)|
|1/6/2014 - New Partnership with NL Housing Corporation|
Crime Stoppers Newfoundland and Labrador recently accepted a cheque from NL Housing Corporation in the amount of 5000.00 to assist in developing a partnership that will see Crime Stoppers assist in helping prevent crime on properties owned by NL Housing.
Thank you to NL Housing for your support of Crime Stoppers.