The Williams Lake RCMP saw a slight decrease in its calls for service over the last month.
Detachment Commander with the Williams Lake RCMP Inspector Jeff Pelley gave his Police Commission Report for January 1 to November 30.
The latest numbers show that there have been 937 calls for service in the Williams Lake jurisdiction during the month of November, a decrease of 16 calls from the previous month
Looking at individual offences, the Williams Lake RCMP has seen the biggest increase in property offences with a total of 1880 calls for service in 2020, compared to 1773 calls for services in 2019.
The City also saw an increase in CDSA Drug Possession and Trafficking combining for a total of 179 calls for service in 2020 from 155 in 2019.
|Break and Enter to businesses||54||61|
|Theft from motor vehicles||238||268|
|CDSA Drug Possession||103||116|
|CDSA Drug Trafficking||52||63|
|Assault with a weapon or causing bodily harm||51||48|
|Break and Enter to Residences||84||69|