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  • Please be advised there were four vehicles broken into over night Friday night/Saturday December 8th/9th while parked on the street on the 3109 side of the complex. Thieves attempted to break in by prying locks on doors. Be aware it is that time of year again when break ins and thefts are on the rise so please do not leave anything in your vehicle that may tempt thieves to break in. As always if you see anything suspicious please contact the police to report it, along with myself (Block Watch Coordinator at Thanks

    Sent on behalf of the Safety and Security Committee

    Wills Creek “Creating community – Experience the difference”

  • Stats for mail theft have just been released for Aug 1- Oct 31, 2017 :

    Reported mail theft counts for South Surrey have decreased over the past 3 months. The most targeted seem to be apartment/townhouse complexes and community mailboxes. With the holiday season upon us, we typically do see an increase in thefts over the winter months. Criminals have been known to follow the Canada Post truck around and as packages are being delivered, they snatch them up for themselves.

    Some helpful tips in preventing mailbox theft:

    1. Pick up your mail as soon as possible after it gets delivered. Do NOT leave it in your car

    2. Have packages delivered to your workplace, or to someone who you know is home during delivery times
    3. Avoid sending cash or gift cards in the mail
    4. Try getting your credit card statements or bills sent to you electronically
    5. Shred documents that contain personal information – We have several Shred A Thon dates throughout Surrey every year to combat fraud and identity theft.

    6. Contact police immediately if you see any suspicious activity around a mailbox. Surrey non-emergency number 604-599-0502 or 911 for crimes in progress.

     * If you see any overturned or vandalized Canada Post community mailboxes you can contact them directly at 1-800-267-1177 * as well as report it to the non-emergency number.

    Thank you for your commitment to community, see attached PDF for more information.


     Leanne Bruce
    Community Programs Coordinator and 
    Sent on behalf of the Safety and Security Committee
    “Creating Community – Experience the Difference”
  • Attached are the final tip sheet packages provided by the BC Crime Prevention Society to wrap up Crime Prevention Week: Continue reading »

  • See below a Block Watch success story. Being vigilent and call the police to report suspicious activity does pay off. Continue reading »

  • Please see reminder for Hollowe’en Safety and don’t forget the Hallowe’en gathering at the club house. See link below

    Hallowe’en Party

    October 2017 - Halloween Safety_1


    Sent on Behalf of the Social, and Safety and Security Committees


    “Creating Community – Experience the Difference”

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