The mandate of the Traffic Safety Unit is to improve road safety within the Municipality of Saanich. The Section is committed to reducing the number of serious crashes in Saanich through intelligence led enforcement. There are currently 16 members assigned to Traffic Safety Unit, who operate marked and unmarked vehicles and BMW police motorcycles.

Members of the Traffic Safety Unit are responsible for:

Criminal Code driving offences
Enforcement of the Motor Vehicle Act and Municipal Bylaws
Investigation of serious motor vehicle crashes
Investigation of hit and run crashes and driving complaints

Please visit the following ICBC websites for important information about safe driving and other

Campaigns and Promotions:

Distracted driving and cell phone use information:


Traffic Safety Unit Videos



Sgt. Dan Mayo (2018)
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University of Victoria CAmosun College Lansdowne and Interurban Campuses Children's Development Centre  

Individual Learning Centre     Alternative Learning Program 



Cst. Alex Rosales

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Artemis Place Secondary      Calibre Arts Academy     Cloverdale Elementary

Discovery School     Doncaster Elementary     Island Montessorri    Lakeview Christian School

 Lambrick Park Secondary Maria Montessori Academy

Pacific Christian Pre K-7 & 8-12 St. Andrew's Regional High School

St. Joseph's Elementary St. Margaret's Middle & Secondary Schools

St. Michaels Middle and Secondary     St. Patrick's Elementary



Cst. Lisa Bruschetta

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Arbutus Middle     Campus View Elementary     Frank Hobbs Elementary     

Gordon Head Middle     Hillcrest Elementary     Jack Ledger

Landsdowne Middle     Mt. Douglas Secondary     Torquay Elementary     




Cst. Corey Volk

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Colquitz Middle     Craigflower Elementary     Glanford Middle      

      Marigold Elementary     McKenzie Elementary     Northridge Elementary

   Reynolds Secondary    S.I.D.E.S.     Spectrum Secondary     Tillicum Elementary


Cst. Eric Misener

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Braefoot Elementary     Cedar Hill Middle     Claremont Secondary 

Cordova Bay Elementary     Lakehill Elementary     Lochside Elementary

Prospect Lake Elementary     Rogers Elementary     Royal Oak Middle    Strawberry Vale Elementary      


This summer, the Province, police and ICBC are reminding everyone to enjoy their summer – have a great time but make sure you plan ahead for a safe ride home.


ICBC and its road safety partners invest in combined enforcement and public awareness during the CounterAttack campaign to help change driver behaviours and make our roads safer for everyone.  On average, 124 lives are lost each year on B.C. roads in crashes involving impaired driving.


Police will be out in full force looking for impaired drivers at roadchecks across the province this summer. You can help by posting the attached campaign graphics on your Intranet/Internet with a link to our campaign page on ICBC CounterAttack Impaired Driving Campaign

If you are able to post this information, could you please send me the link or drop me an email.

Many thanks for your help in creating safer roads, and best wishes for a safe summer.


• To increase victim safety and offender responsibility by providing a cross jurisdictional response that is uniform in approach in domestic violence cases across the Capital Regional District.



• Utilizing a co-location team model that includes police, community based victim services, and the Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD), the Unit will provide timely follow-up services in select domestic violence cases where high risk factors are present or in cases where there is an elevated level of risk to victims, and/or their children, accompanied by a need for intensive victim support.

• Services provided will include follow-up investigation, risk assessment, offender management, safety planning for victims and children, and intensive victim-specific support through to trial, and in some cases beyond.

• The Domestic Violence Unit may accept referrals from any agency involved with intimate partner violence that presents a high risk, or it may initiate a request that a file be referred where the Unit has determined that high risk factors are present.


• Follow-up services on lower risk cases may be provided by the Unit where the Unit determines it has the capacity to do so.

• The Unit will provide consultation, education and training services to Patrol/General Duty members, MCFD social workers, or any other agency that is involved in domestic violence, regarding the dynamics of intimate relationship violence and the investigation of domestic violence cases.

• Domestic violence homicides and cases that appear to be low risk, are not within the mandate of the Unit, however the Unit may provide assistance and support to the requesting agency where appropriate.




"Domestic Violence" means physical or sexual assault, or the threat of physical or sexual assault, by one partner against the other partner with whom they have or have had an intimate relationship whether or not they are legally married or living together at the time of the assault or threat.

Phase 3 Crime Free Multi Housing

1576 Midgard Avenue

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275 Burnside Rd West & 3185 Tillicum Rd

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910 McKenzie Ave

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