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Security Risk Assessments
The Alberta Community Crime Prevention Association (ACCPA) does not perform Security Risk Assessments. However, some of our Board members have some experience in this area, and their comments are below. Sgt Nick Wilsher (nwilshire@calgarypolice.ca) of the Calgary Police Service (CPS) said: Security Risk Assessments are like CPTED's only they will go into more detail re… Continue reading Security Risk Assessments
Alberta Government Online Tool for Non-Profits
This item is posted to ensure all stakeholders are informed regarding the Provincial government’s new online tool for non-profits. The website contains grant information, organizational management resources, as well as information on accessing supports and services. To access the webpage, click this link.
Copper Wire Theft – More Than a Pretty Penny
They call it the ‘red gold rush’. And in the last two years, utilities across north America say it’s a growing safety and security threat. Theft of copper wire from FortisAlberta’s electricity distribution system costs millions and damages the integrity and reliability of delivering power to your home or business. Crime is driven by the… Continue reading Copper Wire Theft – More Than a Pretty Penny
RCMP CAPTURE
ALBERTA RCMP EXPANDS NEW VIDEO CAMERA REGISTRY ACROSS THE PROVINCE Edmonton – The Alberta RCMP are excited to announce our voluntary surveillance camera registry program, called CAPTURE (Community Assisted Policing Through the Use of Recorded Evidence) is now province wide.  Residents and businesses who have video surveillance, and are willing to share video camera footage when… Continue reading RCMP CAPTURE
Rural Victims of Crime
Rural Victims of Crime offers a pioneering sustained assessment of ‘the rural victim’. It does so by examining and analysing the conceptual constructs of a victim and challenging the urban bias of victimisation and victimology in criminological study. Indeed, far too much criminological scholarship is based on the false assumption that rural areas are relatively crime… Continue reading Rural Victims of Crime
How to Prevent Identity Theft
 More than 229 million people have fallen victim to fraud since 2020—we are sharing with you Norton's newly released identity fraud prevention guide. The resource not only highlights some of the most common types of identity theft to look out for, but it also features cybersecurity tips to help keep your information safe, such as remembering to check… Continue reading How to Prevent Identity Theft

Resource Links

Alberta Citizens on Patrol Association

The Alberta Citizens on Patrol Association was formed to assist Citizen on Patrol Group members throughout the Province of Alberta.

REACH Edmonton

The REACH Edmonton Council for Safe Communities is a community-based non-profit organization, working to make Edmonton a safer city in one generation, by focusing on crime prevention initiatives.

Shift! The Project to End Domestic Violence

Initiated by the Brenda Strafford Chair in the Prevention of Domestic Violence

LawNow Magazine

LawNow Magazine’s mission is to provide unique insights into changing social conditions by examining and reflecting on life issues from the perspective of the law.

Alberta Securities Commission

The regulatory agency responsible for administering the province’s securities laws. Entrusted to foster a fair and efficient capital market in Alberta and to protect investors. Provides investors with information and support to help you ask the right questions and make informed investment decisions.

#STOPHATEAB

The purpose of #STOPHATEAB is to fill this gap and create a space to document. Using our online form, users can document hate incidents, and can help build our “real-time” map of documented hate incidents.

BBB ScamTracker

Spot a business or offer that sounds like an illegal scheme or fraud? Tell us about it. Help us investigate and warn others by reporting what you know.

Crime Free Multi-Housing Certification

The goal of the Crime Free Multi-Housing program is to introduce crime prevention techniques to multi-housing properties as to reduce the likelihood of criminal

activity occurring on the premises. The Crime Free Multi-Housing program adheres to the principles detailed in Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design.