thunder bay police
Here are the numbers from StatsCan Police-reported crime statistics, 2012 Other police stats here. The truth is that police reported crime is down all across the country. Population wise, Thunder Bay is the smallest (?) city on this list.
“We’re already a pretty strapped police service, so this kind of help is much needed and much appreciated,” said Thunder Bay Police Chief JP Levesque during the first zone watch training session held Tuesday night. – CBC Thunder Bay “We’re already a pretty strapped police service“…..why? Well lets check out the 2012 Public Sector Salary […]
The fact that this is newsworthy tells you everything you need to know about the state of the City’s finances.
“We’re certainly out there driving around taking all things in, but when people actually see things going on within their neighbourhoods and they draw attention to it and make sure we’re aware of it, it gives us a real leg up on what’s going on out there,” Clifford said. – Tbnewswatch May 15, 2013 It […]
Yet, …. I have a big problem with this term hate crime. It has taken a word which is defined as Hatred (or hate) is a deep and emotional extreme dislike that can be directed against individuals, entities, objects, or ideas. Hatred is often associated with feelings of anger and a disposition towards hostility. Commonly held moral rules, such as the Golden Rule, […]
Over the years, we have seen many reports of drug busts on both a local and national scale. All this anti drug enforcement costs us taxpayers a lot of money. It is not free. So..are we getting value for money? Is that spending making a difference? I don’t know if anyone has the answer to that […]
I suppose you all heard of the giant drug bust that the City Of Thunder Bay Police Force has been telling everyone about as of late. One million dollars worth. I always wondered just how these numbers were arrived at. You know, the street value numbers. Hopefully the authorities have not hired MPAC to assess the value of the […]
Thunder Bay is one of if not the most violent cities in the country. Fact. Violent for men. Violent for women. On February 20, 2013 the CBC aired a report titled Living in Fear. The report discusses how aboriginal people living in Thunder Bay continue to live in fear of racism and violence. Not happy with […]
Now there may be some privacy questions here. Out on the street, there is no expectation of privacy but if you are in a coffee shop or a restaurant having a meeting with a business associate or friend, should that be recorded by the police? Can the police record anything simply by being present? If the […]