Shelburne Police Supports OACP Crime Prevention Campaign

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Shelburne Police Supports OACP Crime Prevention Campaign

The Shelburne Police Service is supporting the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police’s (OACP) 2017 Crime Prevention campaign (#CrimePreventionONT), which includes the top 10 crimes or potential situations where victimization can occur as identified by the Province’s top police crime prevention experts.

The OACP asked top community safety and crime prevention policing experts – all members of the OACP’s Community Safety and Crime Prevention Committee – to identify crimes or situations where victimization can lead to criminal acts against persons or property. The goal of the “Shoulda Coulda Woulda: Crime Prevention Starts With You” campaign is to heighten awareness of the simple things we can all do to protect our property and personal safety and well-being.

Shelburne police officers work with many individuals and groups in their community to promote crime prevention initiatives throughout the year. They are supporting this year’s OACP province-wide campaign, which asks each of them to do the small things that add up to big crime prevention success.

Police community safety and crime prevention experts identified the following crimes or potential situations where victimization can occur which keep our officers up at night (and days, too):

  • Residential Break & Enters
  • Impaired/Drugged Driving
  • Cyber Crime/Identity Theft
  • Fraud – Online exchanges
  • Theft from Vehicles/Theft of Vehicles
  • Theft of Bicycles
  • Theft from Garages, Lockers, Mail Boxes, Sheds, and Front Porches (Deliveries)
  • Awareness of Your Surroundings to Prevent Assaults
  • Pharmacy Thefts/Robberies
  • Theft of Prescription Drugs

The 2017 OACP Crime Prevention Campaign is supported by the following community partners: Accident Support Services Inc., Canadian Security Association, Humber College – School of Social and Community Services, Interac, Hydro One, and the Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corporation.

 

Click here to view the 2017 OACP “Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda” Crime Prevention Booklet

2017-02-21T12:08:51+00:00