During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 211 complaints.
1) File 2019-1772: On February 26th, a resident reported damage to a mail box located in the 200 block of Polegate Road, Qualicum Beach. Access was not gained with damage reported to Canada Post.
Five combination Speed Watch and Cell Watch deployments were made by Oceanside Community Safety's Traffic Watch during the months of January and February, 2019. All of these deployments were conducted in school zones.
Of 1475 vehicles checked, 118 or 8% were traveling at more than 10 km/h over the posted speed limit with the highest deviation being 66 km/h in a 30 km/h zone. 8 drivers were observed doing some form of distracted driving.
Th is free registration is a partnership of Oceanside Community Safety and Oceanside RCMP. It is a cloud based bicycle registration program. Registering your bike is critical to ensure you have the information needed by law enforcement, insurance and the community to help recover a lost bike.
Please visit our Bicycle Registration program page for more information.
OCSV's Mike Garland speaks with The Lounge FM's Bill Dean discussing the new rules for consumption of cannabis.
Oceanside Community Safety's Traffic Watch performed six deployments in January and February, 2019 dedicated to the Cell Watch program. Of 1923 drivers observed, 325 were misbehaving.
Included in the data this month are results from our Intersection Watch program. The group wants to highlight the number of drivers who fail to come to a stop at stop signs. This monitoring information is passed along to the Oceanside RCMP, ICBC and you.
Wearing your seatbelt is one of the best ways to protect yourself from getting injured or even killed in a crash.
It's also the law.
Police enforcement of seatbelts and child car seats is up and the Oceanside RCMP will be focusing their attention on occupant restraints during the month of March.
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 247 complaints.
1) File 2019-1518: On February 18th, Oceanside RCMP was called to a residence in the 1000 block of Yellowbrick Road, Parksville, with a report on an intoxicated male at the front door. Police found and escorted the inebriated male to their residence a block away to be cared for by a sober adult.
March is distracted driving month in British Columbia and ICBC would like to remind you to give your complete attention to the driving task. Police will reinforce this message by focusing enforcement action on those drivers who fail to heed this advice. Even if you're not using your phone, you may still be distracted. Any diversion of your attention away from the safe operation of your vehicle, like chatting with passengers, eating or drinking, or adjusting radio or vehicle settings, can contribute to distracted and inattentive driving.
During this time period the Oceanside received 196 complaints.
1) File 2019-1330: On February 11th, RCMP received a report of a theft of a 2XL black coat, pair of black leather gloves, black toque, prescription glasses and car keys from a building in the 100 block of Hirst Avenue West in Parksville.
During this time period the Oceanside received 260 complaints.
1) File 2019-1068: On February 3rd, an owner reported two unlocked vehicles had been gone through sometime today at 0030 hrs and 1000 hrs in the 700 block of Humphrey Road, Parksville. Residents are cautioned to keep their vehicles locked.