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  • In early 2004, the City teamed up with ESRI Canada and Latitude Geographics to develop COSMOS (City of Surrey’s Mapping Online System), the gateway to Surrey’s GIS. COSMOS was launched internally in September 2004, and externally to the general public in March of 2005, resulting in worldwide usage that staff members could not have dreamed possible at the conception of the Drafting Section. Like most web-based mapping applications, COSMOS allows users to query, view, and print a wide range of City information such as zoning, utilities, parks, roads, recreation facilities, other points of interest, and aerial photography. One of the most popular aspects of COSMOS is the ability for users to create and print their own maps. Continue reading »

  • Folks, it’s that time of year (Tax Season) when scam artists are most active. Police warn the public about an “emerging” and relatively sophisticated phone fraud scheme which has already cost at least five victims in Toronto more than $5 million, and which might already be targeting people elsewhere in Canada. Continue reading »

  • The following post is sent on behalf of the RCMP Block Watch Coordinator for South Surrey

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    Good afternoon Block Watch groups!

    I hope everyone had an enjoyable weekend and stayed relatively dry! Please send this email along with attachments to your fellow Block Watch members.

    Attachments:

    1- Join our TEAM! Surrey RCMP is looking for new volunteers! See attached Surrey RCMP news release or check out our Surrey RCMP website for qualifications.

    2- Emergency Preparedness Block Watch Bulletin- In light of recent storms and the Tsunami warnings it’s a good time to get organized. Links to our Neighbourhood Emergency Preparedness Program are in the attachment.
    3- Block Watch reporting- It’s important for all members of your group to know this number so they can advise the call taker when making their report, and for your members to be eligible for a home insurance discount (depending on your provider). [Wills Creek Block Watch Number is 5-381]
    NOTICE- Reporting Code D5_Form_1 copy

    Reminders:
    * We have seen an increase in theft from mailboxes over the last couple of weeks. Whenever possible, pick up your mail daily or switch to online billing. If you see any suspicious people or vehicles please report to the police right away, try and take note of vehicle descriptions/license plates, direction of travel etc.

    * We are still seeing reports of residential Break and Enters happening with entry being made using garage door openers that have been left in vehicles. Please remove those every night. Your garage door opener is essentially a key to your house.

    *Non-Emergency 604-599-0502 or 911 for emergencies/crimes in progress

    Thank you for all that you do,

    Leanne

    Leanne Bruce
    Community Programs Coordinator
    Surrey RCMP-GRC
    South Surrey  – District 5
  • The below is a reminder that any and all professionals ie: Telus, Hyrdo or Police should have proper identification on them * Just because someone wears a safety vest or has a lanyard doesn’t mean they’re who they say they are * Trust your instincts * Any and all suspicious activity needs to be reported to police 604-599-0502 *

    Surrey RCMP News Release – For Immediate Distribution

    Date:   2018-01-16

    File:     2017-180525/172145

    Title:  Thieves posing as police steal cash and credit cards

    Surrey RCMP is advising the public to consider checking the credentials of persons claiming to be police officers who are not wearing a full uniform.

    On December 2nd and 19th, 2017, Surrey RCMP was called after a man claiming to be a police officer allegedly stole from his victims.  In both cases a South Asian male entered the victim’s home with consent as the victim believed he was a police officer.  When the opportunity presented itself, the suspect stole cash and credit cards from the victim and then fled.

    The suspect is described in both instances as a South Asian male, 20–40 years old, 6’0” tall, clean shaven, and wearing all black clothing. A police artist has produced a composite sketch of the suspect using details from the victims (see attached).  Police are not able to say at this point if the suspects from the two incidents are one in the same.

    “It is perfectly acceptable to ask someone identifying themselves as a police officer for their credentials, like a badge and photo ID card,” says Corporal Scotty Schumann. “If you’re not satisfied with the information provided, you can contact the police of jurisdiction to confirm the officer’s attendance. Dispatchers will be able to tell you if an officer is at your door.”

    Anyone with more information is asked to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502 and quote file #2017-172145/180525.

    If you wish to make an anonymous report please contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or www.solvecrime.ca.

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  • Help police identify person of interest

    Surrey

    2018-01-17 11:06 PST

    File # 2017-177569

    Surrey RCMP is asking for the public’s help with identifying a man after a suspicious occurrence in December of 2017.

    The man is described as an elderly Caucasian male who is clean shaven and has short, greying hair.

    suspect photo

    This person of interest has not been charged with any offence so further details cannot be released at this time, however police would like to speak with this individual.

    Anyone with more information is asked to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502 and quote file #2017-177569.

    If you wish to make an anonymous report please contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or www.solvecrime.ca.

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