Business Watch - Crime Map - Sept 2016

Business Watch - Crime Map - September 2016

Business Watch is a partnership between local Burnaby business communities, the City of Burnaby, and the RCMP.


Our goal is to provide tools and resources to help reduce business-related crime. These maps reflect crime trends in the business community. When incidents are reported to police the information is used to deploy resources strategically, identify crime hot spots, and analyze trends and patterns.
The maps are provided as a tool to promote awareness and crime reduction throughout the business communities. Check out the Business Watch website for more information External link, opens in a new window http://burnaby.ca/businesswatch

Map of B&E to Business and Auto Crimes – September 2016 

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Crime Stats in Focus

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Each district in Burnaby has unique crime types to be aware of each month.

North Burnaby: District One & Two


D1: Oxford Street to Parker Street/ Boundary Road to Holdom Avenue
• Auto crime

D1: Springer Avenue/Broadway Avenue
• Auto crime

D2: Gaglardi Way to North Road/ Government Street
• Break and enter to apartment mailboxes

South Burnaby: District Three & Four

D3: Southpoint Road to Rumble Street/ Griffiths Drive to Sperling Avenue
• Break and enter to townhouse units

D4: Metrotown/ Kingsway Corridor
• Auto crime

D4: Nelson Avenue to Gilley Avenue/ Beresford Street to Clinton Street
• Break and enter to townhouse units
 

Crime Prevention Tips

• Bright Light! Make an effort to park in secure, well-lit areas near pedestrian traffic. Thieves do not want to be seen so make your vehicle visible to others.
• Keys Out! Don’t forget to remove your keys from the ignition, even if you are just exiting for a minute. Thieves are always waiting for the right opportunity.
• Lock it! Make it a challenge for thieves as they are looking for the easiest way to steal. Always lock your vehicle, install an immobilizer and don’t forget to close your windows.
• Remove Valuables! Anything you leave in your vehicle can be stolen by thieves. Never leave electronics, wallets or even loose change in your vehicle. 

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