There are laws and regulations to keep your community safe.
With public health and safety top of mind, the Province has passed legislation to provide legal, controlled access to non-medical cannabis in British Columbia.
Oceanside Community Safety and the Oceanside RCMP have presentations available to groups and businesses interested in learning the facts around the rules.
You can help make our streets and communities safer by encouraging others to leave the phone alone behind the wheel.
Get a distracted driving sticker and show your support. They are available at participating ICBC Driver Licensing, Autoplan broker and Oceanside Community Safety offices.
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 235 complaints.
1) File 2019-1987: On March 5th the City of Parksville reported a mischief had occurred overnight at the Parksville Community Park with an oak tree cut down overnight. Replacement value of the 20 year old tree is over $3,500. The investigation is continuing.
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.
This 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.