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Community Policing

Community policing is a style of policing that involves a partnership between the City, the police and the public to produce a safe, secure and peaceful environment.

Under a community policing model, policing is tailored to meet the specific needs of each individual community. Police and communities engage to address problems and resolve them.

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Committee

The Public Safety Committee (formerly the Community Policing Committee) and the four Community Policing Advisory Councils give input to Burnaby City Council and help develop community safety initiatives.

View the 2017-2019 Workplan of four key actions, supported by ten tasks adopted by Council.

Public Safety Reports

View reports prepared by the Burnaby RCMP Detachment that feature crime reduction statistics, crime density maps, updates on community policing operations, programs and events, and a message from the Chief Superintendent, Officer In Charge.

Reports for previous years are stored on eAgenda or Heritage Burnaby sites.

Safety Programs

Community Safety Programs are organized by the City of Burnaby, the Burnaby RCMP and other organizations. Learn about the initiatives that help keep Burnaby safe.

Safety News and Tips

News and Tips from the Burnaby RCMP Crime Prevention Unit and the City's quarterly InfoBurnaby Community Newsletter.

Volunteer

Get Involved with your community and the programs that help maintain Burnaby as a great place to live, work and play.

RCMP Newsroom

View the latest news and alerts for Burnaby and British Columbia. 

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