During Auto Crime Enforcement Month, the Integrated Municipal Provincial Auto Crime Team (IMPACT), Government of BC and ICBC, are asking vehicle owners to add auto crime safety precautions to their regular practices and #StopAutoCrime. There are many ways to protect yourselves
Emergencies can happen anywhere, including laneways — which is why the Vancouver Police Department (VPD) is working to make it easier for paramedics, fire and police to identify buildings from the rear when there is a 911 call for service.
The Hastings Sunrise CPC receives a steady number of road safety complaints: drivers disregarding street signs, speeding in school zones or not obeying pedestrians. Safety issues galore! Making the streets of Hastings Sunrise safer for all has always been a
Working at the Community Policing Centre in Hastings Sunrise, our staff and volunteers see more and more people on the streets who live with mental disorders such as schizophrenia or drug-induced psychosis. Most encounters don’t necessarily pose a threat to
Roughly one in four fatal crashes on B.C. roads involves driver distraction. That’s why ICBC and police around the province are encouraging drivers to leave their phones alone. Even if you’re not using your phone, you may still be distracted. Anything