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  • Online Fraud Prevention – CP Week 2019

    How cyber safe are you? As citizens are performing more of their daily activities online and putting more of their personal information online, cyber criminals are taking advantage of low cyber awareness. Tips for protecting yourself while online: Nov 7 – Online Fraud Prevention – CP Week 2019 CP Week (Crime Prevention Week), November 1

  • Allyship: Creating Safer Spaces for Marginalized Community Members – CP Week 2019

    Across society inequality marginalizes many members of our communities. Marginalized individuals often report an increased level of fear for their safety, in addition to being victimized by crime. Allyship creates opportunities to actively challenge oppression and work in solidarity to create safer spaces for marginalized community members. Tips for how you can be an ally

  • Preventing Credit Card Fraud – Business Crime Prevention – CP Week 2019

    Fraud affects almost every merchant at some point and can represent a considerable cost. Learn how to protect your business from credit card fraud Nov 5 – Preventing Credit Card Fraud – Business Crime Prevention – CP Week 2019 CP Week (Crime Prevention Week), November 1 to 7, is an annual province-wide crime prevention campaign.

  • Resiliency – The Foundation for Prevention – CP Week 2019

    Crime Prevention Week, November 1 to 7, is an annual province-wide crime prevention campaign. The initiative is aimed at educating British Columbians about creating safer and healthier communities. Awareness is the best protection against crime. The goal of CP Week is to give people the information needed to help themselves and others achieve the objective of

CURRENT EVENTS

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CFMH – Phase 1 Training @ Shadbolt Centre for Arts - Studio 103
Nov 18 @ 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

The CFMH Program is designed to create safer apartment communities through creating relationships between owners, managers, residents, and police.  Phase One Training Workshop – November 18, 2019

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REPORT A CRIME.

Although BCCPA’s main purpose is to prevent crime, we also like to help law enforcement and other investigative bodies by encouraging the general public to report something they see or hear that is criminal in nature.