Surrey RCMP Const. Kuldeep Dhillon speaks with a Patrick Ram and his family about crime prevention during a 2010 campaign.

Crime prevention week kicks off

Taking place Nov. 1-7 in Surrey, the city’s Crime Reduction Strategy Team, crime prevention co-ordinators and Surrey RCMP are hosting event

Prepare–Prevent–Protect is the theme of this year’s Crime Prevention Week.

Taking place Nov. 1-7 in Surrey, the city’s Crime Reduction Strategy Team, crime prevention co-ordinators and Surrey RCMP are hosting events including a display at Central City Mall and an information booth in the city hall foyer, at 14245 56 Ave.

Topics highlighted for the week include bullying, wire and metal theft, police-based victim services, theft from auto and ATM/debit card safety. Tip sheets will be provided online.

Information is also available from each of the city’s five district crime prevention co-ordinators: Colleen Staresina, City Centre/Whalley (District 1), 604-502-6390; Marlene Drozda, Guildford/Fleetwood (District 2), 604-502-6500; Ruth Noble, Newton (District 3), 604-502-6233; Carrie Chattel, Cloverdale/Port Kells (District 4), 604-502-6266; and Pat LeBlanc, South Surrey (District 5), 604-599-7810.

 

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