Quieter night for Police in Thunder Bay

Emerging Thunder Bay
Green for Respect and Red to Stop Hate.

THUNDER BAY – It was a quieter night for police in Thunder Bay.  Police advise that the thirty-six year old male victim of the assault which occurred on May 5th ,2013 on McNaughton Street remains in the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Center. His condition has been upgraded to fair condition from critical condition.

Over the past twenty four hours, Thunder Bay Police dealt with only ten quality of life calls for service. That is a low for the service. There was one reported break and enter and seven instances of property crime.

Crime Report shows quieter night

Thunder Bay Crime Report, May 7 2013
Thunder Bay Crime Report, May 7 2013

Thunder Bay Crime Stoppers, along with the Thunder Bay Police Service and partners have also embarked on a project designed to make Thunder Bay a better community for all residents. Racism, hate and bigotry divide communities and prevent them from moving forward.

Hate Divides a Community

Community partners have stepped up to take this issue on and work to make our city more inclusive and fair.

Emerging Thunder Bay
Green for Respect and Red to stop Hate.

The campaign was launched recently. It is now up to the residents to make it a part of their everyday process.

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