The day shift was primarily a routine paperwork & catch up day. I did attend a couple routine calls and bylaw complaints. The Municipality of Delta’s Bylaws can be found by clicking here. The two main Bylaw complaints that tie up Police resources are residential noise (house parties and barking dogs) and construction noise (outside of permissible hours).
The shift was spent on follow ups and clearing off some paper work. I had to go out to Surrey Memorial Hospital and pickup some medical records as requested by Crown Counsel for an assault victim. One of the victims of the theft where we caught the suspect last block called in to report more property that they had found missing.
Well ladies and gentlemen, this will be the last post for 2012, the first year for this blog. December has been fairly short on updates, it’s been a busy month both at work and at home with the family.
On the home front, we’ve added a new member to our family with the adoption of Major. A 5 month old German Shepard mix that we fell in love with at the Delta Community Animal Shelter. My wife has never had a dog, and our boys are still pretty young so it’s been a bit of an adjustment but Major is settling in very well and is a part of our family. He’s as goofy as our boys are with the energy to match!
I worked a callout shift again with another platoon the day before our block started. The first call of note for the day came in as a missing child. As I got on scene we learned that the missing person was a non-verbal autistic child (he didn’t speak) and had gone missing near large fields, ditches and some brush with a few buildings. Continue reading Halloween weekend→