PLYMPTON-WYOMING COMMUNITY POLICING
The Community Policing Committee for the Town of Plympton-Wyoming is appointed by Council. The mandate and purpose of the Community Policing is to create a partnership with the local public residents to solve localized problems or make specific improvements that enhance the overall quality of life in our community. The partnership may be with an individual, a block of residents or a neighbourhood at a time.
- Have you ever wondered how your child would respond if offered drugs, alcohol or any contraband?
- Do you have a relative, friend or neighbour that has indicated concern for their safety somehow?
- Do you have any traffic concerns ie. vehicle speed problem areas, walking to and from areas, bicycling safety?
- Do you own a business and you have concerns with robbery, theft and safety for your employees?
- Do you see a circumstance in your neighbourhood that could create a potential problem of safety or crime?
The Committee schedules the meeting dates.
The Lambton O.P.P. Lead Officer is Constable Thomas Van Boven assigned to the Town of Plympton-Wyoming Community Policing Committee and will be attending all the meetings.
Secretary/Treasurer Carol Hoskin
These committee meetings are open to the public and everyone is welcome to attend and participate to help the community to become a better and safer place for the residents to enjoy.
If you want to report a suspicious vehicle/prankster in your area
please call - 1-888-310-1122 immediately.
If you need to report a life threatening incident
please dial "911"
If you have a policing related issue regarding the
Town of Plympton-Wyoming
you would like addressed and discussed, please, forward you concerns to Community.Policing@plympton-wyoming.ca
and your concern will be forwarded to
Community Policing Lead Officer, Const. Thomas Van Boven
and Co-Chairpersons, Councillor Bob Woolvett
& Councillor Netty McEwen
For local OPP updates visit www.opp.ca/