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Street Crime Unit Drug and Weapon Seizure

Mar 5, 2021

Incident 21-7612

In late 2020, members of the Brantford Police Service Street Crime Unit initiated a drug trafficking investigation within the City of Brantford.
 
As the investigation progressed, on Thursday, March 4 2021, officers received judicial authorization to enter and search a dwelling located on Fredrick Street, Brantford. In the evening hours of March 4, 2021, members of the Brantford Police Service Emergency Response Team and Street Crime Unit executed the search warrant and arrested three individuals inside the home. 

As a result of the search, the following items were seized: 
  • 195 grams (approx.) of suspected cocaine with an estimated street value of $19,500
  • Prescription medication of an estimated street value of $200
  • Canadian Currency 
  • Money counting machine
  • Prohibited weapons
  • Weighing scales and drug packaging 
  Image of drugs and weapons           

As a result of the investigation, the following persons are facing criminal charges: 

A 28-year-old male from Brantford is charged with: 
  • Possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking contrary to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act x2
  • Flight from police contrary to the Criminal Code
  • Possession of a prohibited weapon contrary to the Criminal Code

A 65-year-old male from Brantford is charged with: 
  • Possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking contrary to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act 

A 62-year-old female from Brantford is charged with: 
  • Possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking contrary to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act 

Anyone with information on any other drug-related activities is asked to contact the Street Crime Unit of the Brantford Police Service at 519-756-0113 ext. 2286.

Tipsters who wish to remain anonymous are asked to contact Brant- Brantford Crime Stoppers at 519-750-8477 or 1-800-222-8477. Alternatively, a web tip may be submitted at: https://www.tipsubmit.com/WebTips.aspx?AgencyID=251

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40-year-old Brantford Male Arrested in Drug Trafficking Investigation

Mar 2, 2021

Incident 21-7206

On Monday, March 1, 2021, members of the Brantford Police Service concluded an ongoing drug trafficking investigation and have arrested a 40-year-old male from Brantford on drug related charges.

Officers received judicial authorization to enter and search a dwelling located on Buffalo Street, Brantford. In the evening hours of March 1, 2021, members of the Brantford Police Service executed the search warrant, arresting one individual and seized a quantity of illegal drugs.

 As a result of the search, the following items were seized:

  • 4.15 grams (approx.) of suspected Heroin with an estimated street value of $1,425
  • 6.16 grams (approx.) of suspected Fentanyl with an estimated street value of $1,540
  • 1.55 grams (approx.) of suspected Methamphetamine with an estimated street value of $232
  • 0.31 grams (approx.) of Cocaine with an estimated street value of $31
  • Prescription drugs with an estimated street value of $315.00
  • 15.7 grams (approx.) of Cannabis with an estimated street value of $157.00
  • Canadian currency
  • Drug paraphernalia
  • Weapons - replica firearm and knives

 

As a result of the investigation, a 40-year-old male from Brantford is charged with the following:

  • Possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking x 6 under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act
  • Possession of cannabis for the purpose of selling, under the Cannabis Substances Act

 The accused has been held for bail.

 Image of Drugs

Anyone with information related to illegal drug activities is asked to contact the Street Crime Unit of the Brantford Police Service at 519-756-0113 ext. 2286.

Tipsters who wish to remain anonymous are asked to contact Brant- Brantford Crime Stoppers at 519-750-8477 or 1-800-222-8477.

Alternatively, a web tip may be submitted at: https://www.tipsubmit.com/WebTips.aspx?AgencyID=251


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CRIME BRIEF: February 25, 2021

Feb 25, 2021

Type:               Impaired Driving - Alcohol
Incident:        21-5841
Location:       Dalhousie Street / King Street
 
On Friday, February 19, 2021 at approximately 12:00 a.m., Brantford Police Service received a 9-1-1 call from a concerned citizen to report a possible impaired driver on Dalhousie Street. 

A vehicle was observed being operated in a dangerous manner, with inconsistent speeds, swerving between multiple lanes, and nearly striking a pedestrian and median. 

Officers with the Brantford Police Service were dispatched and conducted a traffic stop on Dalhousie Street at King Street. Upon speaking with the driver, officers observed signs of impairment.

The accused provided a suitable sample of breath, which resulted in a "Fail”.  The accused was then transported to the Brantford Police Station where he provided two samples of breath, as required by law. Both samples provided were over two times the legal limit.

As a result of this investigation, a 22-year-old male from Brantford stands charged with the following Criminal Code violations: 
  • Impaired Operation 
  • 80 Plus 
 
The driver’s licence of the accused was suspended and the vehicle impounded.


Type:                Impaired Driving - Drugs
Incident:         21-5950
Location:        Clarence Street / Elgin Street

On Friday, February 19, 2021, at approximately 5:27 p.m., Brantford Police Service received multiple 9-1-1 calls in regards to a motor vehicle located in the middle of the Clarence Street near Elgin Street where a lone male was observed to be passed out in the driver’s seat of the running vehicle. 
 
Brantford Police Service arrived on scene at approximately 5:31 p.m., located the vehicle and observed a lone male occupant in the driver’s seat who appeared to be unconscious. 
 
In an attempt to ensure the male was not in medical distress, officers engaged the male and observed signs of impairment and alleged drug use. The male was placed under arrest for impaired operation and transported to the Brantford Police Station for evaluation by a drug recognition expert as required by law.
 
The accused performed poorly on the drug recognition expert evaluation and was found to be impaired. 
 
As a result of the investigation, a 38-year-old male from Brantford stands charged with one count of Impaired Operation contrary to the Criminal Code. 



Type:                Impaired Driving - Drugs
Incident:        21-6025
Location:       Dalhousie Street

On Saturday, February 20, 2021, officers with the Brantford Police Service were dispatched to attend a location on Dalhousie Street, in regards to reports of an accident where a motor vehicle struck a tree. 

Upon attending the scene, the driver of the motor vehicle was not present and was determined to have fled, failing to return to the location of the accident.
 
Investigation revealed that the motor vehicle had been taken from the registered owner without consent.

Officers searched the vicinity and located the accused in a nearby backyard, attempting to hide from police in a port-a-potty. At this time, the accused was taken into custody. During interaction with officers, the accused demonstrated behaviour consistent with, and was believed to be, impaired by drugs. 

The drug recognition evaluation was conducted and the accused was found to be impaired. 

Further investigation revealed that the accused is currently a prohibited and suspended driver and is currently bound by a court ordered a probation and two release orders. 

As a result of the investigation, a 29-year-old female from Brantford stands charged with the following: 
  • Operation while impaired contrary to the Criminal Code
  • Possession of Stolen Goods under $5000 contrary to the Criminal Code 
  • Take motor vehicle without consent contrary to the Criminal Code
  • Operation while prohibited contrary to the Criminal Code 
  • Fail to stop after accident contrary to the Criminal Code
  • Fail to comply with Judicial Release contrary to the Criminal Code 
  • Fail to comply with Judicial Release contrary to the Criminal Code
  • Breach of probation contrary to the Criminal Code
  • Drive while under suspension contrary to the Highway Traffic Act 


Type:                Impaired Driving - Alcohol
Incident:         21-6099
Location:       Wayne Gretzky Parkway / Henry Street

On Saturday, February 20, 2021, at approximately 7:20 p.m., Brantford Police Service received a 9-1-1 call from a concerned citizen who witnessed a collision where a single motor vehicle had hit a pole in the area of Wayne Gretzky Parkway and Henry Street. 

Officers with the Brantford Police Service arrived on scene and, in speaking with the female driver, observed signs of impairment. 

The accused provided a suitable sample of breath, which resulted in a "Fail”.  The accused was then transported to the Brantford Police Station where she provided two samples of breath, as required by law. Both samples provided were over three times the legal limit.

As a result of the investigation, a 28 year-old female from Brantford stands charged with the following Criminal Code violations:
  • Impaired Operation 
  • 80 Plus 
 

 
Type:                Impaired Driving - Alcohol
Incident:         21-6114
Location:        St. George Street
On Saturday, February 20, 2021, at approximately 10:35 p.m., the Brantford Police Service received a 9-1-1 call from a concerned citizen to attend a location on St. George Street regarding a possible impaired driver. Information was received to advise a male driver had his vehicle stuck in the snow bank on the boulevard. The caller was able to provide a description of the suspect male, as well as the license plate of the vehicle. 

Arriving on scene, officers observed the motor vehicle lodged in the snow bank. The driver of the vehicle was confirmed to have just left the scene as a passenger of a different vehicle.
A traffic stop was subsequently conducted on this fleeing vehicle, and the accused was located in the passenger seat. The identity of the accused was confirmed to be the registered owner of the vehicle lodged in the snow bank. 

Upon dealing with the accused, officers observed signs of impairment.

The accused provided a suitable sample of breath, which registered a "Fail”.  The accused was then transported in order to provided two samples of breath, as required by law. Both samples provided were in excess of the legal limit.

As a result of the investigation, a 56-year-old male from Brantford stands charged with the following Criminal Code violations: 
  • Operation While Impaired 
  • 80 Plus 

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BPS Street Crime Unit Arrest Three for Drug Trafficking Charges

Feb 24, 2021

Incident 21-6443

In early February, 2021 members of the Brantford Police Service Street Crime Unit initiated a drug trafficking investigation within the City of Brantford. 

As the investigation progressed, on Tuesday, February 23, 2021, officers received judicial authorization to enter and search a dwelling located on Darling Street, Brantford. In the evening hours of February 23, 2021, members of the Brantford Police Service Emergency Response Team and Street Crime Unit executed the search warrant and arrested three individuals inside the home.

As a result of the search, the following items were seized:
  • 70 grams (approx.) of cocaine (suspected) with an estimated street value of $7000
  • Various prescription medication
  • Canadian Currency
  • A prohibited weapon
  • Weighing scales and drug packaging 

As a result of the investigation, the following persons are facing criminal charges:

A 30-year-old male from Brantford is charged with:
  • Possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking x 3 under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act
  • Possession of a prohibited weapon under the Criminal Code

A 33-year-old male from Brantford is charged with:
  • Possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking x 3 under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act
  • Possession of a prohibited weapon under the Criminal Code

A 30-year-old female from Brantford is charged with:
  • Possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking x 3 under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act
  • Possession of a prohibited weapon under the Criminal Code


Picture of Items Seized

 
Anyone with information on any other drug-related activities is asked to contact the Street Crime Unit of the Brantford Police Service at 519-756-0113 ext. 2286.

Tipsters who wish to remain anonymous are asked to contact Brant- Brantford Crime Stoppers at 519-750-8477 or 1-800-222-8477. Alternatively, a web tip may be submitted at: https://www.tipsubmit.com/WebTips.aspx?AgencyID=251


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60-year-old Brantford Man Arrested For Child Pornography Related Offences

Feb 23, 2021

Incident 20-34108

On October 26, 2020, the Internet Child Exploitation Unit of the Brantford Police Service executed a Search Warrant at a residence located on Mission Road, Brantford.  As a result of the search warrant, several electronic devices were seized from the residence.  A forensic examination of these electronic devices has since been conducted and were found to contain images of child pornography.
 
As a result of the investigation, on Tuesday, February 23, 2021 a 60-year-old male, who resides on Mission Road, Brantford, was charged with three counts of Possession of Child Pornography and two counts of Distribution of Child Pornography.  He has been held for a Bail Hearing.

Anyone with information relating to internet sexual crimes against children is urged to call Detective Michael Korda or Detective Balbir Singh of the Brantford Police Service ICE Section at 519-756-0113. 

Tipsters who wish to remain anonymous are asked to contact Brant-Brantford Crime Stoppers at 519-750-8477 or 1-800-222-8477. Alternatively, a web tip may be submitted at: https://www.tipsubmit.com/WebTips.aspx?AgencyID=251 

Provincial Strategy to Protect Children from Sexual Exploitation on the Internet 

On March 29, 2007, alongside the OPP Child Exploitation Section and 26 other municipal police services, the Brantford Police Service joined the Provincial Strategy to Protect Children from Sexual Exploitation on the Internet. 

The online exploitation of children continues to be a challenge for investigators due to its sheer volume, global reach and anonymity; however, these police partners and the Provincial Government are committed to making a difference in our communities. 

The Brantford Police Service supports this strategy, and has recognized that images of children and child abuse placed on the internet lead to perpetual victimization. 

This project has been made possible by a grant from the Ministry of the Solicitor General.


Internet Safety Tips

Brantford Police Service is committed to ensuring the safety of our community’s children and taking action against online sexual abuse and sexual exploitation of children.
The following information is provided to assist parents and caregivers to understand internet safety. 

These simple tips can help the youngest members of your family stay safe online:     

  • Consider creating an internet contract with your child and have all parties sign it.
  • Let your child know that you will be monitoring their online activities.
  • Reinforce the fact that not everyone is who they say they are online.
  • Discuss how pictures should not be sent or posted online without parental permission.
  • Discuss sharing personal information online; never share their password with anyone other than their parents. Review the risks of personal information being misused online.
  • Use only child-safe search engines such as: www.askkids.com www.kidsyahoo.com or www.kidsclick.org 
  • Encourage your child to trust in their instincts and stop, block, and tell if they are uncomfortable.
  • Talk to your child about the consequences of being involved in any incidents that include cyberbullying, sexting, etc.
  • Make sure your child understands that they can talk to you about anything on the internet.

As a parent, what can you do?

  • Place your child’s computer in a common area. Set expectations for your child’s online and cell phone activities.
  • Monitor your child’s activities online. Ask your child to show you what they are doing online, and be aware of whom they are talking to.
  • Retrieve your child’s login information, e-mail addresses and password.
  • If your child joins any social networking or gaming sites, help them create their online profile. Remember to only fill in information that is necessary and leave out any revealing information.
  • Monitor ALL webcam use, and any posting or exchanging of pictures online.
  • Do not allow your child to communicate in chat rooms.
  • Use filtering software on computers.
  • Communicate openly with your child. Encourage them to report any situation or information that makes them feel uncomfortable.
  • Be aware of signs that your child may be in trouble:
    • They quickly turn the computer or phone off when you walk into the room.
    • Your child seems worried, withdrawn or depressed.
    • Your child contacts, or is contacted by a person you do not know.
    • If your child is being harassed or threatened, save the evidence and contact the police.

Additional Online Safety Resources


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Crime Brief: February 19, 2021

Feb 19, 2021

Type:                    Weapons
Incident:             21-4996
Location:           Colborne Street

On Thursday, February 11, 2021, at approximately 5:13 p.m., Officers with the Brantford Police Service conducted a traffic stop in the area of Colborne Street near Kiwanis Way.

Investigation revealed that the driver of the motor vehicle was bound by numerous undertakings with specific conditions to not be in contact with several individuals, one who was a confirmed occupant of the vehicle. The driver was placed under arrest for failure to comply with an undertaking.

A search incident to arrest, found the accused to be in possession of pepper spray and cannabis. The accused was also found to be in possession of a counterfeit Canadian currency.  

As a result of the investigation, a 49-year-old male from Brantford stands charged with the following under the Criminal Code:
  • Failure to Comply with Undertaking 
  • Possession of Weapon for Dangerous Purpose
  • Carrying Concealed Weapon
  • Drive Vehicle with Cannabis Readily Available
  • Possessing Counterfeit Money 
The accused was held for bail.


Type:                   Drug Trafficking
Incident:             21-5341
Location:           Colborne Street at Drummond Street

On Sunday, February 14, 2021 at approximately 5:46 p.m., Brantford Police Officers observed a motor vehicle travelling eastbound on Colborne Street, near Murray Street. The officers conducted a traffic stop after the motor vehicle attempted to perform an evasive maneuver.
 
Investigation revealed that male passenger of the vehicle was bound by conditions to not be in contact with the female driver. The female driver was determined to be operating the motor vehicle with a suspended drivers licence. Both parties were subsequently arrested. 
 
A search incident to arrest found the accused female to be in possession of approximately 0.4 grams of suspected fentanyl.
 
A search incident to arrest found the accused male to be in possession of the following: 
  • 7 grams (approx.) of suspected cocaine with an estimated street value of $712 
  • 38.5 grams (approx.) suspected crack cocaine with an estimated street value of $3850
  • 9.9 grams (approx.) of suspected fentanyl with an estimated street value of $4120
  • 2 bottles of methadone with an estimated street value of $200
  • Canadian currency 
  • Multiple cellphones, an electronic weight scale and drug paraphernalia 

As a result of the investigation, a 33-year-old male from Brantford stands charged with the following: 
  • Possession for the Purpose Schedule 1- X 4 under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and,
  • Failure to Comply with Undertaking under the Criminal Code

Additionally, a 37-year-old female, from Jarvis stands charged with the following:
  • Possession for the Purpose Schedule 1 under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, and
  • Driving While Under Suspension under the Highway Traffic Act
The accused male was held for bail.

 
Type:                    Possession of Stolen Property
Incident:             21-5652
Location:           Harris Avenue

On Wednesday, February 17, 2021 at approximately 3:45 p.m., officers with the Brantford Police Service conducted a traffic stop on a motor vehicle in the area of Henry Street and Harris Avenue. The licence plate attached to the subject motor vehicle was determined to have been previously reported as stolen. 

Speaking with the driver of the vehicle, investigation revealed that the accused did not have a driver’s licence or insurance for the subject motor vehicle. It was also determined that the licence plate attached to the motor vehicle had previously been reported as stolen.  
 
As a result of the investigation, the subject vehicle was seized and a 19-year-old male from Brantford stands charged with the following:
  • Possession of Stolen Property Under $5000 – under the Criminal Code
  • Drive motor vehicle - no license  - under the Highway Traffic Act
  • Use plate not authorized for motor vehicle – under the Highway Traffic Act
  • Drive motor vehicle, no validation on plate – under the Highway Traffic Act
  • Operate a motor vehicle without insurance  - under the Canadian Automobile Insurance Act

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Criminal Negligence Causing Death Charges Laid

Feb 18, 2021

Incident 21-5074

On Friday, February 12, 2021 Brantford Police entered into an investigation relating to the death of a young child inside a city residence.  Due to the circumstances surrounding the death, members with the Brantford Police Service Major Crime Unit and Forensic Identification Services were called in to lead the investigation. 
 
Officers worked with the Coroner’s Office and Center of Forensic Sciences to assist in determining the cause of death.  As a result of the investigation, police have charged two relatives of the child with Criminal Negligence Causing Death.
 
Due to a publication ban, police are unable to release further details at this time.

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Public Safety - Drug Awareness

Feb 15, 2021

From February 12 to 15, 2021, the Brantford Police Service have assisted Emergency Medical Services in regards to three suspected drug overdose fatalities, which are believed to be as a result of drugs being mixed with suspected Fentanyl. In the three separate incidents; a 37-year-old female, a 60-year-old-female and a 32-year-old male have all tragically lost their lives.
The Brantford Police Service is asking that the community be made aware of these occurrences and risks of drug use. Please use caution when using any type of drug that is not prescribed to you. If you are a new drug user you are particularly at risk should you use drugs that may be cut with or contain Fentanyl.
 
If you think someone is suffering from a drug overdose, call 9-1-1- immediately. If available give the person Naloxone. Naloxone is an emergency medication that temporarily reverses the effects of an overdose from opioids such as fentanyl, heroin, methadone, morphine. You can give naloxone while you wait for emergency services to arrive. Remember naloxone can temporarily reverse an overdose but it can wear off before the person has completely recovered. Always call 9-1-1 and be treated by Emergency Medical Services. If you yourself have taken drugs or have drugs on you, the Good Samaritan Law can protect you.

 

While the BPS advises against using illicit drugs, people who choose to use them should:

  • Never use alone
  • Start with a small amount
  • Do not mix substances, including alcohol, as it increases risk of overdose
  • Call 911 right away if they think someone is overdosing
  • Make a plan and know how to respond in case of an overdose
  • Use where help is easily available
  • Be prepared to give breaths and/or administer Naloxone until help arrives. Have a kit accessible at all times and KNOW how to use it.

Know the signs of an overdose:

  • Can’t stay awake
  • No strength or energy
  • Cold, clammy skin
  • Slow heartbeat
  • Trouble breathing
  • Slow, shallow breathing
  • Gurgling or snoring sounds
  • Lips and/or fingernails blue or purple
  • Non-responsive to shouting

For more information please visit www.FentanylCanKill.ca

If you have information about suspected drug activity please contact the Brantford Police Service at 519- 756-7050.  Tipsters who wish to remain anonymous are asked to contact Brant- Brantford Crime Stoppers at 519-750-8477 or 1-800-222-8477. Alternatively, a web tip may be submitted at: https://www.tipsubmit.com/WebTips.aspx?AgencyID=251

BPS Warn Residents about CRA Phone Scam

Feb 10, 2021

Incident 21-4769

Brantford Police Service are issuing a warning to residents after receiving a report from a victim who had been fraudulently contacted by callers falsely identifying themselves as from the Canadian Revenue Agency and the Brantford Police Service.

On February 9, 2021, a local woman received a call believed to be from the Canada Revenue Agency demanding payment of a fictitious debt to avoid arrest. In an attempt to verify the legitimacy of the demands, the victim also received a call from an individual who falsely identified himself as a Brantford Police Officer. These calls utilized "spoofing” technology, which caused the phone display to appear as though the call had originated from the Brantford Police Service. 

In this incident, the victim was instructed that she was required to withdraw cash from her bank and deposit the funds into a Bitcoin machine to avoid arrest. The victim deposited $15,600 to the Bitcoin machine before reporting the incident to the Brantford Police Service. 

BPS would like the public to be alert regarding this type of scam as the suspects were able to successfully clone the Brantford Police Station phone number and when calling, identified themselves as Brantford Police Officers.

Spoofing scams such as these can appear legitimate as they often involve the use of technology, which can cause a phone display to show a local telephone number, or a Brantford Police Service registered phone number. Caller ID spoofing allows fraudsters to disguise their calls and make them appear to represent a legitimate organization. Do not trust what is showing on your phone’s caller ID display. If you suspect a company or government agency is seeking personal information or money fraudulently, contact them directly to verify the validity of the request.

Residents are advised to be cautious of such scams and to be advised that no such calls are being made from any phone number associated with the Brantford Police Service.

Members of the Canadian Revenue Agency and the Brantford Police Service will not call you and ask for your banking information while threatening your arrest.  The Canadian Revenue Agency does not accept e-transfers, gift cards, crypto-currency or wire payments for any fees or services. The CRA never uses text messages or instant messaging such as Facebook Messenger or WhatsApp to communicate with taxpayers. Any text or instant message claiming to be from the CRA is a scam.

The Canadian Revenue Agency can be reached at 1-800-959-8281, or you can monitor "My Account” online at http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/scrty/frdprvntn/menu-eng.html 

The Brantford Police Service wish to remind residents of the importance of fraud education and protecting oneself from becoming a victim.  Please see below for tips on how to protect yourself from fraud. We also encourage spreading the word to those, such as the elderly, who may be particularly vulnerable to these fraudsters and may be targets of these high-pressure scams.

TIPS:

  • DO NOT provide personal information (e.g. Social Insurance Number, passport number, banking information or credit card numbers) over the phone unless you placed the call and you know for certain who you are speaking to.
  • Accredited businesses and Government Agencies will never ask for payment using gift cards or bitcoin.
  • If you suspect it is a scam, it may be - just hang up. Conduct your own research to determine validity.
  • Never wire money based on a request made over the phone or in an email, especially overseas.
  • Resist the pressure to act quickly, if the offer is too good to be true, it probably is.
  • Consider adding your phone number to the Nation Do Not Call List: www.Innte-dncl.gc.ca/index-eng 
  • Consult with someone you trust before agreeing to provide large sums of money to anyone.
  • DO NOT write down passwords and carry them with you.
 
If you have already sent funds and/or your personal information, contact the police and your financial institution immediately. If you believe that you have been a victim of fraud and reside in the City of Brantford, contact the Brantford Police Service at 519-756-7050 or 519-756-0113. You can also report online at: https://www.brantfordpolice.ca/online-reporting 

If you have not experienced a financial loss but have received a fraudulent call, such as the CRA scam, please report the incident by calling the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre at 1-888-495-8501 or http://www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraud.ca/index-eng.htm 
               
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