Lillooet RCMP 2022 Spring Summary
2022-06-25 23:59 PDT
For the period of March 20 to June 20, 2022 Lillooet RCMP officers attended 694 calls for service, compared to 541 calls during the same period in 2021, and 442 calls in 2020. Please see our Winter 2021/2022 summary.
Downton Park (also known as Museum Park) was a focal point for Lillooet RCMP this Spring. Alcohol use in the park is a known issue. Police continue to make regular patrols at the park, and take enforcement actions under the Liquor Control and Licensing Act. Lillooet RCMP had 43 recorded attendances at Downton Park this spring. The majority of those being pro-active patrols of the park engaging with park users, checking for open alcohol and public intoxication.
Breakdown of common files for the period March 20 to June 20, 2022:
- 18x Theft Under $5000
- 3x Theft Over $5000
- 6x Theft from Motor Vehicle
- 1x Theft of Bicycle
- 1x Break and Enter Residence
- 2x Break and Enter Business
- 16x Cause Disturbance
- 48x Suspicious Person or Vehicle
- 17x False 911 calls
- 26x Assault
- 32x Check Well-being
- 2x Missing Person
- 23x False Alarm
- 17x Motor Vehicle Collision
- 21x Intoxicated in Public
- 12x Mental Health Occurrence
Lillooet RCMP continue to request the public's assistance in reporting any suspicious or criminal activity. Alternatively you can report anonymously to CrimeStoppers.
Lillooet RCMP kept busy this Spring participating in various community events. These included the opening of the East Lillooet Memorial Gardens; Lillooet Secondary School recognition of the Declaration of the Lillooet Tribe Day; Lillooet Off-Road Cycling Association bike rodeo; and a visit to Cayoosh Strong Start.
If you would like the RCMP to join you at your community event, please reach out to the Lillooet RCMP detachment at 250-256-4244.
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Cst. Andrew HodgesMedia Relations Officer
317 Main St Lillooet BC V0K 1V0
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