Breaking News Goderich OPP Police Press Releases WFP

OPP Demand Access To Security Cameras Of All Private Citizens & Businesses In Goderich

(GODERICH, ON) – Members of theHuron County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) partnered with staff from the Municipal office in Goderich on Friday, April 19th, 2024, to meet with business owners and community members on the Square in Goderich. 

The joint initiative was created to provide an opportunity to meet with business owners and community members to address their concerns and answer questions.

The OPP was on hand to discuss the “CAMSAFE” program which encourages businesses and homeowners to register their video surveillance systems which may assist police investigators in the event of a crime.


In the attached photo from left to right: Goderich CAO Janice Hallahan, Sgt. Matt Hummel, Huron OPP Detachment Commander – Inspector Jason Younan, Staff Sergeant Andrew MacIsaac, Sgt. Lynn McNichol, Deputy Mayor Leah Noel, Mayor Trevor Bazinet, Michaela Johnston – Accessibility & Health and Safety Manager, Lynn Beatty – Manager Goderich BIA, Colin Carmichael – Executive Director Huron Chamber of Commerce, Constable Jamie Stanley, and Constable Craig Soldan – Community Safety Officer Huron OPP.

NOTE: Justice of the Peace Frank Leddy (aka Frankie not-a-judge) has ruled in the Goderich Courthouse that “demand” and “request” mean exactly the same thing as HPPH & Greg Stewart asserted.