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Monster GRUDGE MATCH - Supporting Cancer Research

Monster GRUDGE MATCH - Supporting Cancer Research
November 20th, 2014 - Police & the Community

Join us in supporting the Canadian Cancer Society to raise money for cancer research.

WHEN: Thursday November 20th, 2014 @ 7:00 pm

WHERE: The Ranch Country Bar, 56 Bayfield Street, Barrie

WHY: Supporting Cancer Research

WHO: Barrie Police VS Barrie Fire

A trip to Hawaii to be won!

The fight to fight cancer, who do you think will win?

The Canadian Cancer Society

Barrie Police Association take Anti Bullying Pledge

Barrie Police Association take Anti Bullying Pledge
November 18th, 2014 - Police & the Community

On the 17th of November 2014, the Barrie Police Association took the anti bullying pledge.  Association President Tom Sinclair filmed his pledge and an anti bullying message that will be aired during the 6 pm news on CTV during the month of December.

Louis Riel Day November 16th, 2014

Louis Riel Day November 16th, 2014
November 14th, 2014 - Police & the Community

 Today Barrie Police Service were honoured to attend the flag raising at City of Barrie in commemoration of Louis Riel.  November 16th is an important day for the Metis Nation.  It was on this day in 1885 that leader Louis Riel was executed for defending the rights of the Metis people.

 

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Request for proposals for uniform dry cleaning quotation

Request for proposals for uniform dry cleaning quotation
November 14th, 2014 - Police & the Community

Request for proposals for uniform dry cleaning quotation

Applicants may bid for the dry cleaning contract by submitting the attached quotation.

Completed packages will be received by the undersigned on behalf of the Barrie Police Services Board until 4:30pm, Monday, December 15, 2014

This proposal is for the period of one  (1) year, commencing 12:01am, January 1st, 2015 and terminating 12:00pm, December 31st, 2015, with an option for a (1) year renewal.

The successful bidder must comply with certain mandatory requirements which are listed within the Request for Proposal packages.  Lowest or any proposal not necessarily accepted.

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Traffic Notice: Santa Claus Parade Saturday Nov.15, 5:00pm

Traffic Notice: Santa Claus Parade   Saturday Nov.15, 5:00pm
November 13th, 2014 - Police & the Community

Planning on attending the Santa Parade Saturday evening, here is some helpful traffic information to assist you in getting around the downtown core.

  • Depart from Lakeshore/Tiffin intersection at 5:00pm sharp
  • West on Tiffin Street
  • North on Bradford Street
  • East on Dunlop Street through Downtown Barrie
  • Parade Ends at Poyntz Street

Be sure to dress according to weather condition's .

#BPSspreadtheword Contest Winner is...

#BPSspreadtheword Contest Winner is...
November 7th, 2014 - Police & the Community

The winner for our 2014 Crime Prevention Week Twitter Contest is Drew Copping.  Please Contact Barrie Police Service Constable Turner from Media Relations Unit at 705-725-7025 x2926.

Congratulations to the winner and to all that participated in spreading the word on preventing crime.

Vulnerable Persons Race Donation made to Autism Ontario an Alzheimer's

Vulnerable Persons Race Donation made to Autism  Ontario an Alzheimer's
November 7th, 2014 - Police & the Community

Two cheques for the amount of $647.50 each were presented to the Autism Ontario and Alzheimer's Society on Thursday Nov.6th at Georgian Mall.  The money was raised from the Vulnerable Person's Registry awareness campaign in the spring "Home Safe".

 

Veterans Week

Veterans Week
November 5th, 2014 - Police & the Community

Poppies and services this week, remembrance and respect always. Lest We Forget.  Please take part in Veterans Week to pay tribute to past and present soldiers.

Veterans Week

Request for proposals for the right to tow vehicles from city streets

Request for proposals for the right to tow vehicles from city streets
November 3rd, 2014 - Police & the Community

The Barrie Police Services Board is requesting proposals for the right to tow disabled and/or impounded vehicles from City Streets:

  • Part A – Vehicles Up to 6500kg and for
  • Part B – Vehicles Over 6500kg. (Heavy Towing & Recovery)

Applicants may bid for either Part “A” or Part “B” or both.  Proposal packages can be obtained at the Barrie Police Service Front Desk, 29 Sperling Drive, Barrie, Ontario commencing at 9:00am on Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Completed packages will be received by the undersigned on behalf of the Barrie Police Services Board until 4:00pm, Wednesday, November 19, 2014

This proposal is for the period of two (2) years, commencing 12:01am, January 1st, 2015 and terminating 12:00pm, December 31st, 2016, with an option for a third year.

The successful bidder must comply with certain mandatory requirements which are listed within the Request for Proposal packages.  Lowest or any proposal not necessarily accepted.

 

Birthday Boy Trades Gifts In Leiu For Food Bank Donations

Birthday Boy Trades Gifts In Leiu For Food Bank Donations
November 3rd, 2014 - Police & the Community

Barrie Police member's are just like all other parents trying to raise good kids with values and integrity.  So when one of our children say's he would like to trade in the regular tradition of birthday gifts for food bank donation's it's a big deal as parents!

One of our members 6 year old son Chase came up with this idea all on his own.  When he had a chat with his parents about it they were thrilled but they had to ask  where he came up with the idea. He said his friend had recently done this at his birthday party.  Then the questions started flowing about what the food bank is? Why do we need a food bank etc... and he was really intrigued with it.

A total of 190 pounds of food was donated on Saturday November 1st, what a outstanding total.

I guess this is truly an example of how one good deed turns into another!  Well Done little man and Happy 6th birthday!