COVID-19 and Impact on Police Operations
The Belleville Police Service continues to monitor the impacts of COVID 19 on our community in partnership with the City of Belleville and the Hastings and Prince Edward Health Unit. Our main focus is the health, safety and well being of our community and staff. Based on information received the decision has been made to restrict public access to our facility effective Friday December 24th at 9:00 am. The doors to the front lobby will be locked and anyone attending will be required to complete a series of non-intrusive COVID screening questions before being granted access. We are asking
December 21, 2021
The Belleville Police Service continues to investigate the horrible acts of vandalism that have occurred at two local cemeteries. The investigation now encompasses a third incident of vandalism at one of the original cemeteries.
On the 9th of November, 2021 at approximately 8 am, police were called to St. James Cemetery where it was determined that approximately 150 headstones had been vandalized by spray paint.
In an effort to assist the investigation several local residents - who wish to remain anonymous - have put forth a $7500.00 reward for information leading to the arrest of
November 19, 2021
Front Lobby Closed to Public
With Covid cases continuing to rise in our region, as well as the imposed province-wide lockdown, the Belleville Police Service will be closing their lobby to the public. This closure will be effective Thursday, December 24 at 0700 hours.
Criminal Record Checks, Freedom of Information Requests and online reporting are all still available through our website. Verification of identification for the above noted services, as well as the passing off of documents, will happen at the main public entrance. Individuals are not permitted to enter the building.
Please understand that these
December 29, 2020