Crime Impacts Everyone

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Thunder Bay Police responded to yet another call at the corner of Brodie and Victoria.

THUNDER BAY – Crimebeat – Thunder Bay and Area Victim Services (TBAVS) in partnership with the City of Thunder Bay are officially declaring Wednesday June 12th, 2013 as Victims of Crime Awareness Day in Thunder Bay. Over the past ten years, the organization and its dedicated group of volunteers have worked with thousands of victims and their families in the community.

Crime impacts Thunder Bay

Crime in Thunder Bay is an issue that concerns us all. 

Thunder Bay Police, on a daily basis along with First Responders from Thunder Bay Fire Rescue and EMS, see the impact on the community of criminal activity. Residents and victims of crime are often left with the ramifications of the actions.

Over the past twenty-four hours, Thunder Bay Police responded to thirty-seven incidents. There were sexual assaults, assaults, Quality of Life calls, and one weapons offence that were handled by Thunder Bay Police.

Topping the police blotter again was quality of life calls over issues with alcohol.

Crime Report
June 12 Crime Report


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