Oceanside Community Safety patrollers and Block Watch participants remind you to help lock out auto crime.
Oceanside Community Safety's Mike Garland speaks with The Lounge FM's Bill Dean discussing our pending shredding event.
Moving licence plates from one vehicle to another is not just a simple matter of being able to use a screwdriver. Many people run into trouble when they try to move their plates to a substitute vehicle and don't do it properly. Of course, this could look like small change in retrospect if that person were to cause a collision before being discovered by police.
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 188 complaints.
Emergency Preparedness Week is coming up, May 1 to 7, 2022. During Emergency Preparedness week, the RDN Emergency Services Department will be offering a series of informative webinars, hosted on Zoom, to help residents become as prepared as possible. Plus, they will be launching their “26 Weeks to Emergency Preparedness” on social media, so residents can follow along and take steps each week to get prepared!
We invite you to say THANK YOU to the over one hundred Oceanside Community Safety volunteers that participate in so many programs such as Bicycle Registration, Block Watch, Child Car Seat Safety, Community Watch Patrols, Identification Kits, Keeping in Touch, Medical Alert Kits, Offices, Safety Seminars and Speed Watch in BC School District 69.
An incident that took place in Surrey on March 26 was headlined as street racing, which brings to mind the following questions: How is "street racing" defined? How do the courts recognize street racing as opposed to, say, speeding? And why are the rules currently on the books for things like speeding, reckless driving and endangerment alone not harsh enough to apply to street racers?
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 230 complaints.