Burnaby RCMP Crime Prevention Unit will be hosting a Safe Communities Series event: Starting the Conversation: Mental Health & Adult Safety on February 23, 2017
Please see attached Poster for more information: Starting the Conversation – Mental Health & Adult Safety
Crime prevention is about reducing the opportunities for you, your family, neighbours and community from becoming victims of crime and violence.
Tip Sheet: Creating Safer Neighbourhoods
Public Safety Canada has reviewed, documented and compared common implementation challenges and strategies to create a resource to assist communities successfully implement crime prevention initiatives.
Tip sheet: Crime Prevention in Canada Implementation Challenges Strategies to Overcome Them
Knowledge is the key to keeping children safe. Teaching children critical safety basics should not be an activity that strikes fear into their minds, but rather a process of teaching them skills that can keep them safe from harm.
Tip Sheet: Keeping Children and Youth Safe
Violence against women is not a private issue. It is a community issue affecting the health and well-being of not only the victim and her abuser, but also everyone around them.
Tip Sheet: Responding to Relationship Violence
The Canadian Municipal Network on Crime Prevention builds to mobilize Canadian municipalities to prevent and reduce crime, while fostering community safety.
Tip Sheet: Why Invest In Effective Crime Prevention
Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) is a strategy based on the premise that the design and use of the built environment can deter crime and lead to a reduction in fear, versus the traditional crime prevention techniques based on target hardening alone.
Tip Sheet: Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
Always look at two or more security features when checking bank notes.
Tip Sheet: Know Your Canadian Bank Notes
Financial abuse is the most commonly reported type of abuse against an older person. Learn what financial abuse is and how to protect oneself from financial abuse.
Preventing Financial Abuse of Older Adults