We've written some articles about preventative measures you can take to protect your home or business. These are simple tips to prevent yourself from being a victim of crime.
Crime Stoppers and the Police want to remind everyone of an old telephone scam that has recently resurfaced in the Lower Mainland and will likely make its way to our area in the near future.
Building resilient youth is a prescription against involvement in gangs.
Identity theft (also called identity fraud) is the stealing of someone's personal information and using it to commit fraud. Basically, someone assumes your identity and uses it to rack up debts or commit crimes.
With the use of computers and colour printers the production of Counterfeit Money is on the rise. New bills with advanced security features are being printed by most governments in an effort to reduce counterfeiting.
Tired of those unsolicited phone calls all day and night. Join the National Do Not Call List (DNCL). Charities are exempt from the National Do Not Call List (DNCL), but must maintain their own separate Do Not Call Lists. Learn more by visiting the DNCL website: www.lnnte-dncl.gc.ca.
To learn more about the nine great ways you can help prevent a car theft. Also get more information by visiting the Drive SMART website.