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  • Part-Time Dispatchers

    The Owen Sound Police Service has a requirement for two (2) part-time Dispatchers. Under the direction of their supervisor, these positions will be responsible for administrative and emergency call-taking and dispatching in computerized Communications Centre. These positions involve shift work and have no guaranteed number of hours per week.

    To be considered for one of these positions the applicant must be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada; preferably have between 3-5 years of experience in a dispatch role, possess a minimum Grade 12 education or equivalent (completion of the 911 & Emergency Service Communications program is an asset); possess accurate and proficient computer and keyboarding skills; the ability to multi-task; be of good moral character and habits and have no criminal convictions for which a pardon has not been granted. They must also have excellent interpersonal and strong decision-making skills.


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The Owen Sound Police Service is asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect in connection with an investigation into an indecent act.<
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New Years Eve party very costly for local male
On December 31, 2020 at approximately 11:15 pm Owen Sound Police attended an east side apartment complex to investigate a noise complaint and a possible breach of the Reopen
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Drug Trafficking Project Concluded
The Owen Sound Police Service is pleased to announce the conclusion of an extensive project targeting traffickers of deadly drugs on the streets of Owen Sound.  Through funding pr
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Traffic, Roads & Recreation


When consuming alcohol, even one drink can be enough to reduce your ability to react when driving.  The effects of alcohol include slowed reflexes and blurred or double vision. A delay in reaction time Read more

Public Safety


Any prescription medication or illicit street drug can alter your ability to react when driving.  Drugs can cause a person to become drowsy Read more

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Simple Tips for a Safe Bus Ride

A school bus is one of the safest ways to travel, however injuries can occur and are often when children are getting on or off the bus. Read more

Safety & Strangers

It is important that children understand the importance of being careful, how to deal with people they do not know, and how to handle specific situations with strangers. Read more

Theft Prevention & Bike Safety

It is important to know the rules and guidelines of safe cycling. We've compiled a list of tips and tricks for theft prevention and safe biking. Read more

Tips to Stop ATM Fraud

Using an ATM is a convenient way to conduct financial transactions but you need to use caution to ensure your account is secure. Use these steps to protect yourself. Read more

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