The Chatham-Kent Police Service responded to 190 calls for service in the past 24 hours. There were 2 arrests. There were 19 False- 911 calls.
Yesterday, members of the Traffic Unit and general patrol conducted traffic enforcement throughout the Municipality. Four motorists were charged with Highway Traffic Act infractions.
The Chatham-Kent Police would like to remind drivers that enforcement initiatives will continue in an effort to keep all road users safe.
Family Dispute – CK21044823
Yesterday at approximately 8:30pm, officers were dispatched to attend an address on Base Line in Wallaceburg in response to a family dispute. A 39 Wallaceburg woman was located and found to be intoxicated to a level of not being able to care for herself. She was charged for being intoxicated in a public place, transported to Chatham-Kent Police Service, lodged and later released from custody when sober.
Make the Right Call – Every call is Important!
False 911 calls are continuing to pull officers away from incidents that require their attention. In the last 24 hours the Chatham-Kent Police Emergency Communication Centre received 19 false 911 calls.
The Chatham-Kent Police Service would like to ensure that everyone knows what number to call should they require police assistance.
If you have a life threatening emergency or would like to report a crime in progress, please call 911 immediately.
For all other non-emergency incidents, please call our Dispatch Center at 519-352-1234.
If you would like to speak with an officer regarding a general inquiry, please call 519-352-1234 extension #9.
If you have information on a crime and wish to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), you may be eligible for a cash reward.
If you are looking for resources from the Municipality of Chatham-Kent, you can dial 311
If you are looking for resources from Community and Social Services locally, you can dial 211
Chatham-Kent Police remind you not to call 911 unless it is an emergency
PC K. KOKE #7178
Chatham-Kent Police Service