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  • Record Checks
    a search being made in the automated criminal records retrieval system maintained by the RCMP Please note there may be further fees for fingerprinting and for the RCMP to complete the screening The RCMP fee is not required if the applicant provides written confirmation of volunteer work from a bona fide registered non profit organization Fingerprinting for Vulnerable Sector Screening The Espanola Police Service does offer LIVESCAN technology which allows for electronic fingerprinting 1 Attend EPS to have you fingerprints captured digitally It is recommended to call ahead to make sure an officer is available 2 Electronic prints are submitted to the Canadian Real Time Identification Services CCRTIS When the RCMP search process is completed in 2 3 business days the results are returned to this agency via mail usually within approximately one week For further information on VS Screening please visit the RCMP s website at www rcmp grc gc ca Applying for a Record Check Espanola Police Service Police Check Fact Sheet pdf Espanola Police Service Police Check Applicant Fact Sheet pdf The volume of requests for criminal record searches has increased considerably and is expected to continue to increase dramatically in the future as more accountability is placed on organizations involving vulnerable persons This has impacted Police Services province wide causing a considerable shift in workload and ultimately affecting public service by slowing down the process time As a result of the recent changes as mentioned above Espanola Police Service has developed new application forms and protocol for the completing of Criminal Record Checks Members of the public are able to apply for Records Checks 7 days per week at the front desk reception of the Espanola Police Service To be eligible to have a Police Record Check done by our Service applicants must be residents of the Town of Espanola Please note that applicants must attend in person to fill out the forms and must also present two pieces of valid ID see below The Record Check must be paid for in advance either at the Town of Espanola Municipal Office debit and other payment methods during regular business hours or at the Police Service cash only in the exact amount When the request includes Vulnerable Sector screening the applicant must provide a letter from the requesting employer agency see VS Sector Screening Criteria below Once the Record Check has been completed the applicant will be notified by telephone that their check is ready for pick up Applicants must pick up their record check within 30 days from date of completion or it will be destroyed Afterwards any new request shall be subject to the fee in place at the time of the new request Completed checks may only be picked up by the applicant and the applicant must produce valid ID to the front desk reception personnel when attending to pick up their completed Records Check Due to the new guidelines as well as the increased demand processing can take up to several weeks sometimes

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/police-services/record-checks (2016-02-12)
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  • Autism Registry
    the police and the registered individual This registry is accessible to police members only and is intended to assist the Espanola Police Service and those from other police services who have the same computer data base in providing quality services in an equitable and accessible manner to the Autism community Online Registration Once online registration is completed you will receive a confirmation e mail with an Occurrence Number This occurrence number can be used for updates renewals calls for service etc In order to maintain current records such as physical description it is recommended that each individual re register during the month of their birthday This may include submitting a new photograph This community based policing initiative recognizes the value of partnerships between other agencies members of the public and the police with a focus on working collaboratively to create and sustain a registry for the benefit of those individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder ASD back to top Live Here Community Recreation Indoor Activities Summer Recreation Winter Leisure Parks Fields and Courts Clubs and Organizations Hall Rentals Education Faith and Worship Fire Services Health Social Services Community Services Health Practitioners Community Outreach Emergency Services Mental Health Physician Recruitment Library Membership

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/police-services/autism-registry (2016-02-12)
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  • Police Reports
    the caller claims to be from the CRA but is not Beware these calls are fraudulent and could result in identity and financial theft The CRA takes these tax fraud schemes very seriously and actively warns Canadians about scams undertaken using the CRA s name especially during the tax filing season when such scams peak If you want to confirm the authenticity of a CRA telephone number call the CRA at 1 800 959 8281 For more information about the security of taxpayer information and other examples of fraudulent communications go to www cra gc ca security Electrical Utilities Scams Ontario s electricity customers are targets for phone scammers These scammers tell people that they are from the local utility and use sophisticated software to show the utility s name on a caller display Scammers threaten to disconnect customers if they don t immediately pay by pre paid credit card or wire transfer Scammers target people when they are most vulnerable especially during holidays or peak business times Since July 2014 more than 500 people were targeted in Toronto alone A total of thirteen per cent of those incidents involved payments totaling 58 000 Local utilities NEVER ask customers to pay by pre paid credit card or wire transfers over the phone Local utilities NEVER threaten to disconnect you right away When in doubt call your utility company and ask about their policy If someone calls and threatens to disconnect you if you don t make a payment right away by pre paid credit card or wire transfer SAY NO and HANG UP NEVER give out your personal or financial information Report the incident to your utility company and the Canadian Anti Fraud Centre at 1 888 495 8501 This agency collects information on fraud and works closely with police to solve these crimes Identity Theft The theft of identity information such as tombstone data employment information banking particulars and payment card data have become a highly saleable commodity that is easily trafficked via traditional means and through hundreds of websites on the dark web Identity information is obtained via Server Computer Hacks ATM POS tampering Phishing Social Engineering Complicit Government Corporate Employees Theft of Mail and a host of other means Once obtained Pirate websites available on the dark web provide nearly unlimited access to such data to all takers Payment for the identity information is easily made via non traditional unregulated online payment systems that offer participants the ability to traffic or purchase identity information for eventual exploitation Typical offences include Account take overs true name fraudulent credit applications TM POS tampering and trafficking in identity information Read more Sexual Assault ESPANOLA POLICE SERVICE MEDIA RELEASE On January 14 2016 the Espanola Police Service arrested a 30 year old McKerrow resident for Sexual Assault Break Enter and Forcible Confinement following a report that he entered the home of an ex girlfriend the day before and sexually assaulted her while holding her against her will Read more Assault Break

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/police-services/police-reports (2016-02-12)
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  • Committed to Our Community
    community and the impact that it can have not only on the youth involved but the community as a whole Constable Melisa Rancourt has taken on the responsibility of School Liaison Officer and as a result has been spending extra time in the Espanola High School walking the halls and interacting with the students Constable Rancourt has also made herself available for the duration of the lunch period at the school for the students who may have questions concerns are looking for career advice or perhaps would just like to chat This initiative has already begun yielding some positive results and breaking down some of the barriers that sometimes exist between the police and our youth Constable Rancourt has also recently completed the Drug Abuse Resistance Education D A R E Officer training program which is an education program for elementary students The aim of this program is to give kids the knowledge and confidence to make safe and responsible choices be good citizens and resist the pressures to become involved in drugs alcohol violence or other dangerous activity The D A R E program is aimed at students in grades 5 and 6 but also has a separate education component directed at students in grade 7 and 8 The program also provides education for children in kindergarten through grade 4 covering topics such as stranger danger traffic safety and drugs and alcohol Constable Rancourt is looking forward to implementing these programs and supporting kids in making good choices for their future The Espanola Police Service is also regularly involved in providing information sessions and or presentations on topics of interest or concern to various community groups If you would like to have an officer speak to your group class etc we encourage you to contact us and we would

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/police-services/community-commitment (2016-02-12)
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  • Provincial Offences Act Office
    8 30 a m to 12 noon and 1 00 to 4 30 p m For telephone inquiries please contact 705 862 7875 You can also email us at This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it POA Forms Extensions Motion for Extension of Time to Pay Fine pdf Payment Plan for Extensions pdf Other Forms Application Affidavit for Reopening pdf Change of Address Form pdf General Form for Affidavit pdf Notice of Motion pdf Replacement of Missing Offence Notice pdf Ontario Court of Justice Guide for Defendants in Provincial Offences Cases Guide to self represented parties for Appeals in Provincial Offences Cases Cour de justice de l Ontario Guide pour les défendeurs dans les causes liées aux infractions provinciales back to top Live Here Community Recreation Indoor Activities Summer Recreation Winter Leisure Parks Fields and Courts Clubs and Organizations Hall Rentals Education Faith and Worship Fire Services Health Social Services Community Services Health Practitioners Community Outreach Emergency Services Mental Health Physician Recruitment Library Membership Borrowing Online Resources Policies Programs Services Friends and Volunteers Support Your Library Local Services Animal Control Battery Recycling Blood Donor Clinics Care Van Electronic Waste Espanola Regional Hydro

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/poa (2016-02-12)
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  • Paying Fines
    or bank draft VISA Debit is not accepted at this time Provincial Offences Court 100 Tudhope Street Suite 4 Espanola ON P5E 1S6 All cheques should be made payable to the Town of Espanola Provincial Offences Defaulted Fine Collection On November 15 1999 the responsibility for the collection of fines in default under the Provincial Offences Act i e Highway Traffic Act Liquor Licence Act Environment Protection Act etc was devolved to the Town of Espanola along with the administration and prosecution of charges laid by police and other enforcement agencies under provincial statutes and municipal by laws The Court Service Area is comprised of the Town of Espanola The Township of Nairn Hyman the Township of Baldwin and the Township of Sables Spanish Rivers If a fine remains unpaid and goes into default the Provincial Offences Collection Office will pursue collection activity against the offender Some of these activities may include notification to Credit Reporting Agencies Driver s Licence Plate suspension and if required pursuing civil enforcement action i e Garnishment of Wages Bank Account Writs of Seizure Sale Personal Writs back to top Live Here Community Recreation Indoor Activities Summer Recreation Winter Leisure Parks Fields and Courts Clubs

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/poa/paying-fines (2016-02-12)
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  • Office Services
    area and the Elliot Lake Court Service Area Arrangements for Option 2 Guilty with explanation and Option 3 Trial Date Request are made through the office The Town of Espanola also has an office for a Justice of the Peace who will entertain Walk in Guilty Pleas etc on most Tuesdays of each month however this should be confirmed by calling the court office prior to attending In the Elliot Lake Court Service Area a Justice of the Peace is available on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month from 10 00 a m to 12 noon and 1 00 to 3 00 p m in Elliot Lake at 200 Ontario Avenue This should be confirmed by calling the court office at 705 862 7875 prior to attending Other services offered by the POA Collection Office include payment processing of all Provincial Offences fines establishing payment arrangements and remitting applications for Motions of Extension of Time to Pay etc back to top Live Here Community Recreation Indoor Activities Summer Recreation Winter Leisure Parks Fields and Courts Clubs and Organizations Hall Rentals Education Faith and Worship Fire Services Health Social Services Community Services Health Practitioners Community Outreach Emergency Services Mental

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/poa/office-services (2016-02-12)
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  • Public Works
    spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Water Treatment Service Agreement pdf Espanola WTP 2012 Annual and Summary Report pdf Espanola WTP 2013 Annual and Summary Report pdf Espanola WTP 2014 Annual and Summary Report pdf 2012 Drinking Water System Report pdf Municipal Drinking Water Licence Financial Plan 2015 2021 pdf back to top Live Here Community Recreation Indoor Activities Summer Recreation Winter Leisure Parks Fields and Courts Clubs

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/public-works (2016-02-12)
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