No one wants to experience a theft from their vehicle such as cell phone, garage door opener, change, music player, etc
Through our Lock out Auto Crime Program vehicles are checked and our volunteers place Crime Prevention Notices (CPN) on the windshields of parked cars advising their findings. We look for items such as anti theft devices, personal belongings left in view, open windows/sunroofs, license plate expiry and sticker build up. If OCS Volunteers put a CPN on your windshield that includes a Happy Face you have helped Lock out Auto Crime.
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 280 complaints.
Oceanside Community Safety serves the community by operating two offices in the Oceanside area.
Visit us in Parksville at City Hall, 100 Jensen Avenue East, or Qualicum Beach, Town Hall, 104-660 Primrose Street.
Going to celebrate Canada Day? OCSV have some tips..
If I were to ask you what a flag person's job was, what would you reply? Assure orderly movement of traffic through a highway obstruction of some sort? Help everyone involved to be safe as they work on the highway? Why then do some drivers treat flagpersons so badly?
Car seats save lives. Choose a date to come down to the Oceanside Public Health Clinic and receive a free child car seat check.
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 278 complaints.
1) File 2019-5659: An unlocked vehicle in the 1300 block of Alberni Highway, Parksville, was reportedly entered with a wallet containing credit cards and $600 cash stolen.
We were at the Show n Shine!
OCS Volunteers helped pedestrians get to and from the event safely.
There were many nods, smiles and comments of appreciation for our assistance.
The following are places where cannabis consumption in any form is prohibited: