Winnipeg Police Service Handbook

We have partnered with the Winnipeg Police Service to bring you a vast amount of safety information direct from their Community Relations division.  This is the same division that works with Crime Stoppers & manages the Neighbourhood Watch Program.  The information is quite valuable to read and understand. Whether you are a youth, parent, teacher or business owner, the following information will help protect you, your property and the people around you.

This is a publication of Crime Prevention, Winnipeg Police Service, Community Relations Division. It is meant to be a comprehensive compilation of crime prevention information.   The content is current as of February 2014. If there are any discrepancies between the below information, and the Winnipeg Police Service website, the latter is to be taken as fact. For more information, please contact (204) 986-6322 or visit, www.winnipeg.ca/police.

Original Source:http://www.winnipeg.ca/police/pdfs/crime_prevention_book.pdf

NEIGHBOURHOOD SAFETY

  • Alarms
  • Apartment Security
  • Bicycle Theft Protection
  • Block Captain Responsibilities
  • Citizen's Action Network (CAN)
  • Computer Activated Phone and Information Network (Captain)
  • Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
  • Crime Stoppers
  • Firearms Storage
  • Frequently Called Numbers
  • Graffiti Prevention
  • Neighbourhood Watch1 Operation Identification
  • Reporting Drugs Labs and Grow Operations
  • Residential Home Security
  • COPP

PERSONAL SAFETY

  • Babysitting
  • Children's Safety
  • Consumer Frauds and Scams
  • Counterfeit Money
  • Domestic Violence/Partner Abuse
  • Identity Theft
  • In the Home
  • Internet and Computer Safety
  • On the Street
  • Protecting Yourself Against Sexual Assault
  • Senior Safety/Vulnerable Persons Abuse

VEHICLE SAFETY

  • Auto Safety Occupied/Unoccupied
  • Auto Theft Prevention
  • Problem Drivers
  • Safe Streets

 

COMMUNITY RELATIONS

Community Relations was formed in 1982 to provide crime prevention information through presentations, displays, and media, and is comprised of the following

sections:

  • Crime Prevention is responsible for developing new initiatives and maintaining existing programs.

  • Diversity Relations is tasked with liaison with various cultural groups

  • School Resources is responsible for delivery of crime prevention and safety education in the schools and for training School Patrols.

  • Victim Services is responsible for providing support and information to victims of crime.

 

Each area also provides speakers on topics such as crime prevention, personal safety, home and business security.

 

Requests for a speaker can be submitted:

 

Winnipeg Police Service Community Relations %u2709 P. O. Box 1680 Winnipeg,MB R3C 2Z7 %u260E (204) 986-6322