Police awash in sea of crime

thunder bay daily crime report
Thunder Bay Police Service on duty in Fort William Business District
Police and EMS on scene on May Street at Crime Scene.
Police and EMS on scene on May Street at Crime Scene.

THUNDER BAY – Police had a full docket of calls last night. In addition to the assault on May Street that led to a homicide, police responded to a dozen other assaults, plus three weapons offences, and 55 Quality of Life calls including 45 calls over issues with alcohol.

In total police responded to 122 call for service over the past twenty-four hours.

That included three sexual offences, two sexual assaults and one other sexual complaint.

Thunder Bay Police Awash in Crime

Police today are participating in the launch of a new program to combat hate crime in the city. 

The campaign is designed to both increase awareness of hate crimes in the city, but to facilitate reporting of hate crimes.

Hate divides a community

Crime in Thunder Bay is an issue of concern to everyone. 

To see what is happening in your neighbourhood, you can use the Crime Map.

Crime Mapping lets you, and of course the police track areas of crime and see how best to deploy resources. For homeowners, setting in place a crime prevention program can help keep you and your family safer.

Crime Map
Crime Map for May 1-2 – a Twenty-Four Hour look at crime in Thunder Bay

The crime map is interactive, and allows you to see what happened in your area, and offers details.

May 1-2 2013 Crime Map

Thunder Bay Crime Report
Thunder Bay Crime Report May 1 2013
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