JULY 22ND ---2018
Firebird Club Of Canada Bandit Run & Firebird Nationals Car Show
Victoria Park Cobourg - 9 Am - 6PM
Firebirds - All Generations Welcome - Bandit Run Departs 10 AM- Returns For Firebird Nationals 1 PM - 7 PM // Gates Open 8 AM
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Committed to public safety, delivering proactive and innovative policing in partnership with our communities.
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As an organization, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) commits to working continually to earn the confidence of the citizens of and visitors to Ontario—a confidence that will not be taken for granted. The OPP fulfills this commitment by providing the best and most professional service possible and by striving to build a culture of trust, and open and honest dialogue, with the communities it serves and among the people it employs. The organization commits to creating and sustaining a positive working environment in which all employees have equal opportunity to fulfill their potential within the profession.
Each OPP employee and volunteer appreciates the vital role he/she plays in protecting the fundamental rights of all people in Ontario. As such, each commits to always put the interests of the public and the OPP’s Vision and Mission before any personal and private interests, and to demonstrate pride in his/her profession and the OPP through personal conduct that reflects a belief in OPP values and ethics.
Cobourg was once a "Police Village" and the heritage of policing, being the number one priority for the citizens, of Ontario's Feel Good Town hasn't changed since.
The original Board of Police was instituted in 1834 and this Board was incorporated as the Town of Cobourg in 1837. Law enforcement in the early years was entrusted to a High Constable, appointed by the district magistrates, who could recruit deputies as a particular need arose. By 1898, the Chief of Police and the Fire Chief, Mr. John C. Ruse, made his office in the west wing of Victoria Hall.
The current Cobourg Police Service building was originally known as "The Armouries" building. It was purchased by the Town of Cobourg and turned into the town police station in 1971.
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Welcome you to the Port Hope Police Service's website. Here you will find links and other information such as our services to the public, crime prevention and our latest press releases to assist us to stay connected to our residents and visitors alike.
Our police officers and civilian support staff are very proud to provide excellent community-based policing services to this great Municipality. We work hard every day to ensure the safety and quality of day-to-day life expected by the citizens of Port Hope.
One of our most important strengths is our commitment to our partnerships with individuals and organizations in concert with our assurance that we will respond to the needs of the community. The Port Hope Police Service will continue to evolve to meet the challenges of tomorrow while maintaining our connection with the Municipality's history and unique heritage.
I would like to personally thank you for visiting our website and welcome any comments or suggestions that you may have to assist us in serving the citizens of Port Hope.
Chief of Police
The emergency response division of the Hamilton Township Fire Department consists
of a team of highly skilled and motivated Men and Women. These dedicated
professionals provide the emergency response component to our valued customers.
The Fire Department consists of three fire stations strategically placed throughout the
township in Bewdley, Baltimore, and Harwood. Members of this division are
progressive, innovative, and mechanically oriented individuals who are dedicated to
providing a superior level of emergency service through the experience, knowledge and
training that each has attained.
Featuring Buford T. Justice & His Son
Ray Price and His Son Clayton
Leading The Way Behind Our Ontario Provincial Police and District Fire Services Escort
Firebird Club Of Canada Firebird Nationals Car Show - Beginning 1 PM Until Awards Show - 5 PM
Bandit Run Map & Detailed Directions - No Passing Any Cars - We Will Have A Fire Dept Escort
Gather on the Grounds of Victoria Park Cobourg Beginning 9 AM
We will depart The grounds By Cobourg Police and Fire Dept Escort 9 AM SHARP ... Slowly Proceeding Through Cobourg In Single File
Total Bandit Run 3 Hours Including - 1 Hour Stop At Rice Lake In Bewdley
For Brunch 11 AM & Photos
Proceed North From Victoria Park On Division St
Keep On Division St / Hwy 45 Through Baltimore To County Rd 15/ Harwood Rd
Turn Left Onto County Rd 15/ Harwood Rd
Follow North To Harwood And Turn Left Onto
Rice Lake Scenic Drive
Follow Rice Lake Scenic Drive To Gores Landing
Turn Left at Gores Landing Onto County RD. 18 and follow South 3 Miles to Oak Ridges Drive
Turn Right and Follow 7 Miles To Rice Lake Drive North - into bewdley On The Lake
Stop For Brunch 11AM at Rhino's Roadhouse For 1 Hour
Follow Rice Lake Drive North To Hwy 28
Turn Left onto Hwy 28 and Go South
To Port Hope
Cross Over 401 and Turn Right onto Jocelyn Street - Follow West too #2 Hwy
Follow #2 Hwy Through Downtown Port Hope To Cobourg County Rd 18/#2
Go South To KING ST - Cobourg Downtown
Drive Through Downtown to Division St, Turn Right And Back Into Victoria Park
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