Friday, January 28, 2022

Growing case file numbers for a number of Northwest, Haida Gwaii police detachments this month

As the first month of 2022 draws near to a close, investigators with a number of RCMP detachments across the Northwest and on Haida Gwaii are finding an increase in their case files for the near first 31 days.

Earlier this week we noted the growing concern over Break and Enters for the Haida Gwaii community of Masset, and the case files have increased for the detachment, with a pair of additional notes for the public to review and hopefully lend a hand towards.

Terrace Mounties have also had a busy January, the detachment releasing some notes on their work through the month on a range of files.

And the RCMP in Kitimat have also added to their excellent reporting of the work of their detachment, with the most recent Service Report providing Kitimat residents with some valuable information on crime in their community.

The Prince Rupert detachment has not made as much use of their website or Social Media platforms to relay information to the community. At least not at the same level as their counterparts across the Northwest or on the Islands this month.  

With the majority of their files those of Wanted  persons, though they did start the month off with some background on a fire arms incident on the city's east side.

You can follow the work of all Emergency Responders across the Northwest and on Haida Gwaii from our archive page here.

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