BCCPA News – Spring 2018 is now available.
Documents to support the Feb 22 BCCPA Human Trafficking Webinar are found below:
BCCPA Webinar Series – Human Trafficking – PPT Slide Deck – 20180222
BCCPA Webinar Series – Human Trafficking – Info Bulletin
A recording of the Webinar an be found at the following link: https://crimeprevention.egnyte.com/dl/U1Pmw6DAnJ
BCCPA will be hosting a webinar on the topic of Human Trafficking on Thursday February 22, 10:30 am to Noon.
Registration Form: BCCPA Webinar Series – Human Trafficking – Registration Form
As shoppers flock to malls and shopping centres to find the perfect holiday gift, parking lots quickly fill with vehicles and pedestrians. Parking lots can be a dangerous place for many. Whether as a pedestrian or a driver, parking lots should be treated the same way one would treat a street. Keep the following Parking Lot Safety Tips in mind to ensure a safe shopping trip.
BCCPA News – Winter 2017 is Now Available
Documents to support the Dec 6 BCCPA Webinar: Sexual Violence – Changing the Story are found below:
BCCPA Webinar – Sexual Violence Changing the Story PPT Deck
Sexual & Gender Based Violence Info Bulletin
Bystander Intervention Tip Sheet
A recording of the Webinar an be found at the following link: https://crimeprevention.egnyte.com/fl/UdAv3AmPMw
Black Friday and Cyber-Monday mark unofficial start to the holiday shopping season. While many shoppers continue to make their way to department stores and outlet centres, more and more are turning to online retailers for deals and unique holiday gifts.
The level of convenience provided by online shopping, also provides cybercriminals with opportunities to steal your money and personal information. Fake invoices or shipping notifications and links to promotional deals or look-alike companies can disguise malicious attempts to get shoppers to click on links or open attachments that can infect computers and mobile devices with harmful viruses.
Protect yourself this holiday season by observing the following Online Shopping Safety Tips.
The digital domain has changed how people of all ages perceive, interact with, and respond to the world around them.
Innovations in technology has provided children and youth with new opportunities for learning, both in and out of school. It has enabled students to connect with learning communities around the world. Social media has provided society with an immersive environment to connect and interact with each other.
Being a good digital citizen is more than knowing one’s way around the web. Crime Prevention Week 2017 concludes with reminding tech users of all ages of the importance of good digital citizenship. Digital Citizenship Tip Sheet
Statistics show Seniors are the least victimized group for most crimes, however many Seniors list ‘fear of crime’ as one of their biggest concerns. Learn more safety tips for older adults with the Crime Prevention Week Seniors Safety Tip Sheet