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Crime trends for the week of May 8

The New Westminster Police Department wants residents to be aware of the following recent crimes so that residents can take precautions: Bicycle theft from the Quayside Drive area. Please lock your bikes with two locks, and record and photograph the serial number. Serial numbers can often be found on the pedal or crank shaft. Theft […]

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Crime trends for the week of May 1

The New Westminster Police Department wants residents to be aware of the following recent crimes so that residents can take precautions: Break-Ins along East Royal Avenue to apartment and condo building mail boxes. Please report suspicious activity, regularly check your mail, and make sure building door is secure and no one follows you in. Bicycle […]

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Crime trends for the week of April 25

The New Westminster Police Department wants residents to be aware of the following recent crimes so that residents can take precautions: Break-Ins along the McBride Boulevard Corridor to apartment building mail boxes. Please report suspicious activity, regularly check your mail, and make sure building door is secure and no one follows you in. Also, theft […]

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Hey kids, Constable Lau can be your personal assistant for a day!

Attention New Westminster parents and students! Two New Westminster Constables will be riding 800 kilometers in the Cops for Cancer bike ride! In order to raise money for this fantastic cause School Liaison Officer Gerald Lau is having a contest where the winner can have Constable Lau as their personal assistant for a day! Please […]

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Domestic Violence: It’s Never OK

Join us on April 24 as we bring attention to the devastating impact that domestic violence has on families and children. The Purple Lights Campaign raises awareness and provides public education through its annual campaign, which has run for eight years. The colour purple is recognized as the international colour symbolic of domestic violence. The […]

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Crime trends for the week of March 27

The New Westminster Police Department wants residents to be aware of the following recent crimes so that residents can take precautions: Location: Queensborough, in the Pembina Street and Fenton Street areas. Crimes: Burglary Theft of auto Theft from auto Prevention Tips: Lock doors Keep valuables out of vehicles Park in well lit areas Report suspicious […]

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Crime Free Multi-Housing training

The New Westminster Police Department and Burnaby RCMP and are hosting a Crime Free Multi-Housing training workshop on Thursday, May 11, 2017 at the Burnaby RCMP Main Detachment. “This program is designed to help residents, owners and managers of rental property in co-operation with the police to keep illegal activity away from rental properties,” stated Crime Prevention Coordinator […]

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“Take One, Leave One” Coat Rack for Low Income Individuals and Families

Everyone is invited to take part in the “Take one, Leave One” coat rack. The coat rack will be inside the New Westminster Police Department lobby from March 16 – 31, and everyone is encouraged to take a coat or leave a coat. If you would like to donate a coat, clean and gently worn […]

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Property Crime Trend

The New Westminster Police Department wants residents to be aware of the following recent crimes so that residents can take precautions: Location: Area south of Sixth Avenue, west of Eighth Street, including Quayside Drive and all attached streets. Crimes: Break-ins into apartment buildings and undergrounds Theft of auto Theft from auto Prevention Tips: Ensure the […]

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Bike Theft Crime Trend

The New Westminster Police Department wants residents to be aware of the following recent crimes so that residents can take precautions: Location: Quayside Dr. Crimes: Storage locker break-ins Bicycle thefts Prevention Tips: Secure your personal belongings using proper locks. Report any suspicious activity to the police. Document serial numbers. Lock bikes to a secure structure.

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