Fall crime prevention publication available

  • Aug. 18, 2010 5:11 p.m.

The City has distributed its ninth issue of Standing Together, a publication focused on crime prevention strategies and collaborations that are currently practiced in Red Deer.

The publication has been delivered to almost 24,000 homes in Red Deer with flyers.

The Fall 2010 issue contains information and features on the social aspects of crime prevention, and highlights several agencies and programs that are involved in crime prevention through social development.

While the current issue focuses on the social side of crime prevention, previous issues have contained information on crime prevention practices and programs that are active in Red Deer, tips and strategies for citizens, and content specific to Red Deer city RCMP. Each edition also highlights a community organization that actively contributes to crime prevention.

The Standing Together publications are distributed twice a year with the Spring and Fall Community Services Activity Guides.

If residents don’t receive Standing Together with their flyers, they may pick one up at City Hall on the first floor, Community Services at 4817 48 St., the G.H. Dawe, Recreation and Collicutt Centres, RCMP stations, or at the Community Information and Referral Society (CiRS).

It’s also available online at www.reddeer.ca/crimeprevention.

-Weber

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