Police and Conservation Officers lay 55 charges in joint enforcement initiative

Known as the City of Lakes, Greater Sudbury has plenty of water for police and conservation officers to patrol.

Police multi-media specialist Sarah Kaelas says over the last few years, there have been boating accidents, drownings, resource abuse and introductions of invasive species on area lakes so a large enforcement initiative was held in mid-June.

She says rural officers from the Greater Sudbury Police Service partnered up with Ministry of Natural Resources – Forestry Conservation Officers the weekend of July 9 to 11th patrolling nearly 30 lakes and rivers.

Close to 600 contacts were made with 55 various charges laid ranging from open liquor to harassing wildlife.

She adds the patrols will continue this summer.


PHOTOS: Greater Sudbury Police and COs have been out on patrol on local waters in the Greater Sudbury area over the last couple of weeks. A major initiative back in mid-June resulted in 55 various charges laid. Photos provided by Greater Sudbury Police.

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