Welcome to Police Auctions Canada
The vast majority of items auctioned by Police Auctions Canada are derived from law enforcement agencies, transit commissions, asset management, and other public municipalities. Police Auctions Canada brings the consumer an exciting online auction format with the thrill of Police Auctions. These items are typically seized, forfeited, or found. Although we are not privy to specifics of where the items originated, the possibility of every imaginable item allows for an eclectic array of products to be showcased. What makes us a cut above the rest is that our auction is ongoing 7 days a week, all year round.
Our loyal repeat customers know that......... Smart buyers come for the value and stay for the service.
As an added benefit a large portion of the sales goes back to help sponsor non-profit organizations and community projects in each of the areas represented.
Toronto, York Regional Police, Waterloo Regional Police, Niagara Regional Police, Peel Regional Police, Barrie, Peterborough, Windsor, Grey County, Norfolk, Collingwood OPP, Dunnville OPP, Cayuga OPP, Halton, Durham Regional Police, Chatham-Kent, Sudbury, Hamilton, Owen Sound, Orangeville, Shelburne, St. Thomas, Barrie OPP, Guelph, South Simcoe, Brantford Police Service, University of Guelph Campus Community Police Service, Brampton Transit, Brock University, Laurier University & University of Toronto
On a daily basis, Police Officers seize items during the course of performing their duties. In addition, members of the community turn found property over to the Toronto Police Service, York Regional Police Service, Waterloo Regional Police Service, Niagara Regional Police, Peel Regional Police, Barrie Police Service, Barrie OPP, Windsor Police Service, Grey County OPP, Norfolk OPP, Collingwood OPP, Halton Regional Police Service, Hamilton Police Service, Owen Sound Police Service, Orangeville Police Service, Shelburne Police Service, St. Thomas Police Service, Barrie Police Service, Guelph Police Service, South Simcoe Police Service, Chatham-Kent Police Service, Brantford Police Service, Sudbury Police Service, University of Guelph Campus Community Police, Brampton Transit, Laurier University and University of Toronto.
Previously, this merchandise has been sold off periodically at an auction event, held at a specific location.
Now Toronto, York Region, Waterloo, Niagara, Peel, Barrie, Peterborough, Windsor, Grey County, Norfolk, Collingwood, Dunnville, Cayuga OPP and Halton, Hamilton, Owen Sound, Orangeville, Shelburne, St. Thomas, Barrie, Guelph, South Simcoe, Chatham-Kent , Brantford, Sudbury Police Service, University of Guelph Campus Community Police, Brock University, Laurier University and University of Toronto, and Brampton Transit in conjunction with Police Auctions Canada, are moving their auctions online and into your home.
Check back frequently for updates of our exciting product selection.
Toronto Transit Commission - TTC Auctions
Any item found on TTC property is sent to the Lost Articles Office where it is recorded and stored for up to 90 days. Previously, all unclaimed articles were sold twice yearly as a lot sale.
Cameras, video equipment, umbrellas, sports equipment, typewriters and fax machines, tools, jewelry, all sorts of electronic items and even computers.
Now, the Toronto Transit Commission, in conjunction with Police Auctions Canada, are moving their auction online and into your home.
Canada's Official Police Auction ..... All items start at $1
To better serve our customers and make the purchase process easier, we have outlined our policies below. Please take the time to review the information before placing any bids.
- We strive to describe each item to the best of our ability.
- The pictures and descriptions are of the actual items.
- All items are sold "AS IS" with no warranties, implied or written.
- "Powered Up" means that the item turned on upon connecting to specified power source, but all functions are not fully tested.
Auto Bid Extend: If a bid is placed during the last minute of an auction, the auction will be extended automatically for an additional 1 minute and continue to extend by 1 minute intervals if another bid is placed. This extended time will give bidders a chance to challenge bids placed in the final countdown of an auction. The auctions will close and a winner declared when the bidding activity stops.
Items must be paid and picked up within 7 days. Items PAID and not picked up will be considered abandoned and disposed of without prior notice, to recoup storage expenses.
Bidder's first transaction have a maximum limit imposed and restrictions on further bidding activity will apply until payment is made. First-time bidders, bidding on high-value items, will require a credit card and/or deposit to bid.
Non paying bidders will be banned from access.
We do not offer "Second Chance" offers, nor do we contact any bidder other than the winning bidder. If you receive any messages of this nature please forward them to our Customer Service. Protect yourself.
New bidders may have restrictions on bidding activity, at our discretion, based on the value amount and the quantity of items bid. You can contact us for verification and status of account.
Due to the size, weight, hazardous or fragile nature of some of the items we sell, we must list items from time to time that will be marked in the description as 'Pickup Only' - 'Shipping Not Available.' These items are the responsibility to the winning bidder to collect and we will not arrange shipping.
A confirmed bid cannot be retracted or cancelled. By placing a bid, you agree to pay for the item if you are the winning bidder. In the case of an obvious typographical error, prior to the last 48 hours remaining in the auction, a request can be made by sending an e-mail to [email protected]. After an item is won, it cannot be cancelled due to error. Please note that changing your mind after placing a bid is not a typographical error!
Though all written descriptions are believed to be correct, neither Police Auctions Canada, Toronto Police Service, Waterloo Regional Police Service, Niagara Regional Police, Peel Regional Police, Barrie Police Service, Barrie OPP, Grey County OPP, Norfolk OPP, Collingwood OPP, Dunnville OPP, Cayuga OPP, Peterborough Police Service, Halton Regional Police Service, Hamilton Police Service, Owen Sound Police Service, Orangeville Police Service, Shelburne Police Service, St. Thomas Police Service, Barrie Police Service, Guelph Police Service, South Simcoe Police Service, Durham Regional Police Service, Chatham-Kent Police Service, Brantford Police Service, Sudbury Police Service, University of Guelph Campus Community Police, Brock University, Laurier University, University of Toronto , Brampton Transit or Toronto Transit Commission make any warranties or representation of any kind with respect to the property and in no event shall be held responsible for having made or implied any warranty of description, genuineness, authorship, attribution, providence, period, culture, source, origin, condition etc.
Example: Items that do not indicate ($5.00 Additional) cannot be combined.
Shipping and insurance costs are the responsibility of the winning bidder and are non-refundable. Winning bidders are also responsible for any return shipping costs. It is the winning bidder's responsiblility to ensure that the address is correct prior to making payment.
Packages returned because of incorrect/incomplete address or not picked up at their local post office will be charged the fee for its return plus the cost to reship.
Pickup items will not be released to anyone other than the winning bidder without prior authorization and consent.
- For items being shipped, Police Auctions Canada accepts PayPal, via our online checkout.
You do not require a Paypal account to process your credit card payment.
- We do not charge the buyer any premium on the winning bid amount.
- All applicable Taxes within Canada are added to the Invoice.