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Greater Sudbury Police Service
Property Department-District #2

The Greater Sudbury Police Service Property Department is responsible for cataloging and storing all exhibits and found-property collected. Please have your occurrence number available when making an inquiry with the Property Department.

Members of the public are encouraged to contact the Property Branch before visiting District #2 to determine if their property can be released and to discuss the documentation required. If you have received a "Notice to Claim Property" or a "Notice to Claim Firearm" form from the Police Service in the mail, this document must be presented in order to retrieve your property. You are required to produce photo identification prior to the release of any property being held by the Police Service.

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Report any Loss to the Police!
Keep an inventory of your possessions. Maintain a record of all serial and model numbers as well as any other information that will help to identify your property.

Take photographs of your property. Photographs can be given to police to enter into your incident report.

If you Have Had Property Stolen
If you have had a break and enter, do NOT touch anything or clean up until the police have been notified. Contact Police. A police report is required in order to claim any recovered or found property. Provide the police with specific descriptions of the stolen property. Where available, provide the police with any serial and/or model numbers of the items. Keep a record of the occurrence number for future reference.

Tips to Protect Your Bicycle
Use a good-quality locking device such as a hardened steel "U" shaped lock or a steel chain and padlock. Lock your bicycle to an immovable object that cannot be easily cut or broken. Accessories such as lights and bags, etc. should be detached and taken with you when the bicycle is left unattended.

Manufacturers mark most bicycles with a serial number. If yours does not have a serial number, engrave an identifying number on the frame. You may wish to put the same number on the wheels and other components.

To access the online Guide to Claiming your Property, click here.


Lionel E. Lalonde Centre (Formerly the Trillium Center)
239 Montee Principale Street
Azilda, Ontario
POM 1B0

Hours of Operation

Monday through Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Saturdays: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Sundays and Statutory Holidays: Closed

Telephone: (705) 675-9171 Extensions: 2448 or 2452
Fax: (705) 983-5724