During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 323 complaints.
I got into my car the other day and got to thinking that there will be a time when I will lose my freedom and independence from driving.
How will I know when it is time to retire from driving? I don't want it to be sudden as a result of a crash that may hurt others as well as myself. What can my family do to help with the decision on my abilities? Here are some resources for support with the Retirement Discussion.. Need an update on your current ability to drive? ICBC has a Practice and Refresher Test to try. Find out what is available as alternative transportation by Planning Ahead.
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 274 complaints.
OCSV volunteer efforts received notice on Facebook today from an area resident:
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 303 complaints.
On average, there is a child who has died from exposure after being left unattended in a vehicle, every year. One wonders how this tragedy could happen?
Cars can get hot very quickly. A study by General Motors of Canada found that within 20 minutes in a previously air conditioned small car exposed to the sun on a 25C day exceeded 50C within 40 minutes.
Recently a mother recounted what happened to her. Luckily, her story had a happy ending.
Here are some tips to help prevent a child from unknowingly being left in a vehicle:
The Oceanside Community Safety Volunteers appreciate the opportunity to help and these kind words of appreciation shared by the Dry Grad Committee were nice to receive!
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 321 complaints.
If First Responders attend a residence with a patient unable to respond, who will speak for them?
The FREE package consists of a container in which you list your current medications and other pertinent medical information.
Oceanside Community Safety's Traffic Watch group performed 9 deployments during the month of June 2019 contributing 47 hours of volunteer time.