Residents play role in crime prevention

On behalf of the Central Alberta Crime Prevention Centre, I would like to thank the Advocate for its recent articles on the centre and the focus on crime prevention in our community.

On behalf of the Central Alberta Crime Prevention Centre, I would like to thank the Advocate for its recent articles on the centre and the focus on crime prevention in our community.

Residents have an active role to play in crime prevention and we are pleased to be able to offer the centre as a one-stop location for resources. If you are dealing with an issue in your neighbourhood, please contact us. We are open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Our board is expanding and we want strong community input so we encourage anyone in Central Alberta with a background or strong interest in crime prevention to contact the centre for our volunteer opportunities. We are accepting resumes for the board positions of chair and/or co-chairs, secretary and treasurer.

Website www.cacpc.ca, Email crime.prevention@hotmail.com, Phone 403-986-9904, Address 4711 51st Ave.

TerryLee Ropchan

Executive director

Central Alberta Crime Prevention Centre

Red Deer