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  • Temporary Discontinuation of Online Reporting

    Please be advised that online reporting has been temporarily discontinued for all RCMP detachments.

    BC RCMP is currently in the process of creating a new, improved online reporting tool that is anticipated to launch in mid/late 2018. Previously, we were using an external company to provide this reporting tool and that contract has expired.

    An alternative to calling non-emergency, online reporting allows residents to report less serious offences online such as thefts under $5,000, vandalism, unsafe driving, and vehicle break-ins.

    We look forward to being able to provide you with an improved online reporting experience next year. In the meantime, please report crime via our non-emergency number at 604-599-0502 (911 for emergencies/crimes in progress). Anonymous tips can still be submitted online through Crime Stoppers at www.solvecrime.ca.

    Thank you for your patience and for your continued support in reporting crime and suspicious activity to police to keep our neighbourhoods safe.

    RCMP

  • The following is reported for your info.

    Date:June 6th, 2017
    Time: 0340 Am
    File # -TBD
    Details: Residents of Wills Creek 3122 -160th side of complex were coming out of the house to leave for the airport for an early morning flight when they noticed an individual on a bike at the cars between units 11 and 12. Suspect took off quickly and was too far away to see any specific description other than young male on bike. Matter reported to police, file number unknown at this time.
    “Observe it , Report it”
    Tom Jones
    Safety and Security Committee/Block Watch Coordinator
  • Here is the revised list of outstanding Surrey Stolen Auto’s as of June 8, 2017.  Please destroy any previous list as vehicle status may have changed.  

    Stolen Auto Recovery Initiative

    The Surrey RCMP depends on you, the residents of Surrey to observe and report any suspicious activity in order to reduce crime and increase community safety.  We are asking for your involvement with a new initiative that will assist in the recovery of stolen vehicles.  When a vehicle is stolen it is often used to commit additional crimes. With this initiative, we will be increasing our “eyes on the street” by providing the Block Watch participants with a weekly list of stolen vehicles.  We want you to “partner with the RCMP” to make our streets a safer place to live, work and play.

    Here is how you can be a part of the Stolen Auto Recovery Initiative:

    • The list of stolen vehicles will be sent out to Block Watches via email weekly by the Crime Prevention Coordinator.
    • Should you observe a vehicle matching the identifiers, please call the designated phone number immediately to report it:

    o   For occupied vehicles, call 9-1-1

    o   For unoccupied vehicles, call non-emergency at 604-599-0502

    • When you call, identify yourself as a BLOCK WATCH participant and report the location of a possible stolen vehicle. Have the license plate available and then allow the operator to ask the questions.

    Most vehicles are recovered within 24-48 hours from the time they are stolen.  You will not be required to provide your Block Watch group number, but please make sure you identify yourself as a Block Watch participant for the purpose of this crime reduction initiative and then send me a quick email to advise of the report.

    Please see attached Stolen Auto List

    SARI JUNE 8

     

    Thank you for your commitment to Surrey and our community

  • Wills Creek is a unique community experience where we are blessed to live near creeks and forests. We are also blessed to share this same space with our local wildlife such as rabbits and coyotes but at times can find ourselves in conflict.

    As we all know there is no shortage of rabbits in Wills Creek. Rabbits can consume approximately 1/2 kg of green vegetation daily and are naturally attracted to orchards, gardens or agricultural crops when these fixtures are located in close proximity to rabbit habitat.  Damage can also occur when natural rabbit food is scarce or has dried up in hot weather.

    Recently there was an incident where it was reported that someone may have been hunting rabbits on Strata property. It is important to note that under the Wildlife Act, rabbits are designated and regulated – as “wildlife” making them for the most part illegal to hunt. Municipal bylaws also prohibit the use of traps, firearms and bows for this purpose.

    Please be aware it is illegal to hunt any wildlife on Strata property and if you witness any illegal act especially ones involving a firearm, report it immediately to the police and your Safety and Security Committee.

    If you are experiencing property damage as a result of rabbits, please contact Strata as we do not want residents taking matters into their own hands.  Let’s keep our community as safe as possible and try to live in harmony with our fury friends.

    Sent on behalf of the Strata Council and the Safety and Security Committee

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