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Police Conduct "Concern-Focused" Walk-About in the Englerston Community
Posted on April 6, 2017
by RBPF Public Affairs and Communications Office
 

 



A team of officers from the National Crime Prevention Office along with the Director of the Englerston Urban Renewal Office, Assistant Superintendent of Police Roderick McKenzie conducted an afternoon neighbourhood walk-about in the Englerston east area.

The walk-about, which was concern-specific, focused on reports and complaints of criminal activities in the neighbourhoods.

During this time, an assortment of safety tips and pamphlets were distributed while the residents were urged to contact crime stoppers anonymously relative to any crime.

This initiative is consistent with the Commissioner's Policing Plan on Reducing the Fear or Crime and the Prevention and Detection of Crime.


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