Are you wondering how you can work with police to make your neighbourhood safer? The job of crime prevention does not live with the police alone – there are many things that residents can do to collectively improve the safety of their neighbourhood.

The Surrey RCMP Neighbourhood Safety Meetings provide residents with the information they need to mobilize their community and enhance the liveability of their neighbourhood.

The Surrey RCMP is meeting with residents across the city to address crime issues in that area and help residents create a safer neighbourhood. 

Meetings topics include:

  • Crime issues in your neighbourhood
  • Surrey RCMP initiatives
  • Observe it. Report it.
  • Engaging with police in crime prevention
  • Q & A

Contact your local District Office for more information.

I attended the Neighbourhood Safety Meeting last night. I just wanted to say how pleased I was with the entire meeting – the length, the content and the speakers. I’ve lived in this area for nearly 8 years and never been to a meeting before. It was refreshing to see how friendly and funny the cops and bylaw officers were, while still being able to maintain their strong authority. I went alone and ended up sitting with a really friendly group of older women and felt super welcome. Thanks again for organizing this. I’m excited to attend the next one. It really makes people want to take more pride in their community. - Tara Mitchell

**Please check back – we will be adding more 2016 meeting dates soon**

February 17th at 6:30pm
Dr. F.D. Sinclair Elementary

February 24th at 6:30pm
Berkshire Park Elementary

Port Kells
March 2nd at 6:30pm
Port Kells Elementary

South Surrey
March 3rd at 6:30pm
Jessie Lee Elementary

City Centre
March 9th at 6:30pm
Cedar Hills Elementary