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Safety Tips

  • Online Purchase Scams posted on 2:02 PM, July 25, 2017
    With the growing popularity of online shopping comes the rising rate of online purchase scams. Online purchase scams typically involve counterfeit merchandise, fake websites, and stolen items or property....
  • Tips on Personal Safety posted on 10:23 AM, July 24, 2017
    When walking on the street, have you ever feel insecure about your personal safety? Last month, the Vancouver Police Department (VPD) released their annual report for 2016, indicating an increase of...
  • Fake Lottery or Gifts Winnings posted on 11:11 AM, July 21, 2017
    “Congratulations! You’ve won the $100,000 cash prize. Please wire $500 advance payment to the account below to claim your prize…” Have you ever received brief messages or emails similar to this?...
  • Auto Crime posted on 1:12 PM, July 19, 2017
    When it comes to auto crime, thieves are always looking for any opportunity to steal or break into your vehicle. Leaving your keys or personal items, such as smartphones, wallet, laptops, and even Global...
  • Wire Fraud posted on 12:05 PM, July 18, 2017
    Modern technology has greatly contributed to the development of various sophisticated fraud schemes. Wire fraud is an act of deception that involves financial gain and is committed with the use of technology...
  • Avoiding Fraud & Scams posted on 12:04 PM, July 18, 2017
    When it comes to fraud and scamming, criminals are spending all their time attempting to think of new ways to steal your money. Some of the most prominent methods of this include telephone scams, cheque...
  • Fentanyl and Safety Tips posted on 12:03 PM, July 18, 2017
    Fentanyl is a synthetic narcotic that is usually prescribed to control severe pain. However, the illicit use of fentanyl has led to a province-wide increase in overdose deaths. Due to the sensitive nature...
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