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Franklin Police release images of brazen burglar, wanted for string of crimes in Franklin’s Ladd Park Subdivision

Franklin Police are asking for the public’s help to take an at-large, armed felon off the street.

Early Thursday morning, as seen in this video, the suspect entered several unlocked cars in Franklin’s Ladd Park Subdivision. 149 more words

Media Release

RPS provides tips on preventing crime in your neighbourhood this spring

Spring has made its mark on the Queen City, and the Regina Police Service (RPS) is urging residents to take a good look at their homes, properties and personal safety practices with the goal of preventing crime. 402 more words


Neighborhood Watch

Residents and neighbors are invited to attend an introductory meeting to learn about the Contra Costa County Neighborhood Watch program. Crime Prevention Specialist Le’Reina Skidmore, with the Office of the Sheriff, Contra Costa County, will talk about the Sheriff’s ID Theft and Scams program. 37 more words

Meeting Notes

PCC urges Community Groups to Work Together to Prevent Crime

Organisations which are working to prevent crime and protect communities in Merseyside are being invited to apply for a share of a fund aimed at helping to build stronger, safer communities. 631 more words

Latest News

Suspect arrested for break-and-enter in Abbotsford

Abbotsford police have arrested a man in connection with a break-and-enter reported last month in Abbotsford.

On April 5, a woman woke up to find a strange man standing by her bed at around 11:30 p.m. 229 more words


Testing Your Skills: Ed Head Drill

Watch this KR Training video and follow this link to find the course of fire Karl and John Daub are shooting in the video. This course of fire provides a minimum standard that all handgun carriers should be able to meet. Can you?

Firearms Training

Communities across Alberta set to discuss rural crime at convention

There’s been a surge in rural crime in Alberta in recent months, and the Alberta Community Crime Prevention Association hopes a convention this week could be a step to change that. 268 more words