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Help Build Your Surrey Police

Help Build Your Surrey Police

Location:

Various locations

Dates & Times

May 23 - June 29, 2019

Various times

Contact:

info@surreypolice.ca

Category:
Public Meetings and Open Houses

Presented by:

Surrey Police Department

Website:
www.surreypolice.ca

2019-05-23 00:00:00 2019-06-23 00:00:00 America/Vancouver Help Build Your Surrey Police Attend one of the drop-in, open-house style events to learn more about the Policing Transition. info@surreypolice.ca

One of the major benefits of having a city police department is that a locally accountable Police Board and the police department determine strategic priorities based solely on the needs of the City and its citizens. It's time to help build the Surrey Police by sharing your perspective.

There are many ways to get involved. Start by completing our survey to share your perspective on key safety issues in the community and where you want police to focus resources.

Take the Survey

Also we encourage you to attend one of the drop-in, open house style events where you can learn more about the reasons for the transition and what benefits a new model will provide for residents. At the events you’ll also be able to complete a survey, do some activities to rate the issues that are important to you, and provide your feedback on the policing transition.

Please note that these drop-in sessions do not have any presentations or speakers, they are open house-style events.

Upcoming events

Facility Name Address Event Type Date Open Hours
South Surrey Recreation & Arts Centre 14601 20 Ave Consultation Session June 15 12 - 4 pm
Newton Athletic Park 7395 128 St Pop-Up Kiosk June 16 11 am - 1 pm
Guildford Recreation Centre 15105 105 Ave Consultation Session June 17 3 - 7 pm
Newton Recreation Centre 13730 72 Ave Consultation Session June 19 3 - 7 pm
Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre 13458 107 A Ave Consultation Session June 21 3- 6 pm
Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara 7050 120 St Pop-Up Kiosk June 23 9 am - 12 pm

Be sure to take a look at the surreypolice.ca to find out more about the Surrey Policing Transition.