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North Vancouver Blockwatch | October 2014 Neighbourhood Crimes Report
As many of you know, Rachael and I are proud supporters of North Vancouver's Block Watch Program. We are always keen to share with you information you may find important in keeping yourself safe or up-to-date on the happenings in your neighbourhood.
Follow this link for details: October 2014 Crime Stats for North Vancouver
Please note that "Thefts From Vehicles" continues to be one of the higher occurring crimes in North Vancouver and Blockwatch reminds everyone that we are entering the holiday season with possibly more shopping than usual. Please be careful about leaving shopping in your car and returning to the mall or other stores. There are criminals who watch specifically for this. It's a good idea to actually move your car to another parking spot or see if there is a "checking service" where you are shopping. Please be extra vigilant about removing EVERYTHING from your vehicle when you get home so that you do not become a victim of "Theft from Vehicle". Remember to lock the doors and windows and DO NOT leave garage door openers in your vehicle. This could lead to entry into your home.
At this time of year, remember to keep a front porch light on and consider motion detector lights in your carport, garage and backyard areas. Thieves will look for the darker homes so they can't be seen. Go outside at night and look at your home to ensure that your address is clearly visible from the street. If you should ever need emergency assistance you want to be certain your address is visible and responders can find you.
Thanks for reading and keep safe out there!
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