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Alberta Provincial Rural Crime Watch Association will strive to promote rural crime prevention through communication, programs and support.

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New Directions in
Community Safety

May 8 - 10, 2018

Hosted by Alberta Community Crime Prevention Association

ARCWA Spring 2018 Newsletter

Our organization informs and educates Rural Crime Watch members about crime and crime prevention strategies to avoid becoming victims of crime.

We are an extra set of eyes and ears for the RCMP and we report all suspicious activity to them.

Procedure to Follow in the Event of a Crime:

  • If the suspect is gone, call 403-885-3333 and report the crime.
  • If the crime is in progress and the suspect is still present, notify Police immediately by dialing 9-1-1.
  • Do not approach any suspect, vehicle or suspicious activity.
  • Record any and all information of the suspicious activity such as descriptions of person(s), vehicle(s), and license plate number(s).

    Alberta Rural Crime Watch Symposium
    Hosted by Red Deer/Lacombe Rural Community Crime Watch

    Red Deer News Now Video Coverage of the Alberta Rural Crime Watch Association Symposium, February 2018. This video is their interview with Scott McKean (Manager of Community Safety and Well Being, City of Toronto).

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