September 16th, 2019
 | Calgary, Alberta

Local News

Cochrane Eagle

Phone: 932-6588
Link: http://www.cochraneeagle.com/

 

Cochrane Times

Phone: 403-932-3500
Link: http://www.cochranetimes.com/

 

Rocky View Weekly

Phone: 403-948-1885
Link: http://www.rockyviewweekly.com/

 

Springbank Park Patter

c/o www.springbankpark.com
Phone: 403-242-2223

 

High Country News

Box 476, Bragg Creek, Ab, T0L 0K0
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Phone: 403-949-3526

 

Rural Crime Watch

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Rural Crime Watch Update September, 2019

 

Incident reports from the RCMP The local RCMP report most July thefts (39 of 47 Airdrie; 8 of 14 Cochrane) are from unlocked vehicles and buildings. The link is to a recent Canada Police report: https://www.canadapolicereport.ca/2019/08/06/cochrane-rcmp-nab-early-morning-prowlersfrom-airdrie-stealing-from-unlocked-vehicles/

 

Summary: Lock it or you may lose it. This applies to vehicles, buildings, equipment. “Lock down time” means a regular 9 pm property security check. Remove from sight any valuable items. Turn on surveillance and security devices. See also https://www.canadapolicereport.ca/edition/alberta/ for the Alberta RCMP news reports. A real eye opener on the number and variety of incidents and police work!

 

Fall Fair Sept 7 at Springbank Park for all Seasons The Old Tyme Fall Fair is an annual SPFAS event for over 45 years. A great place to meet neighbours and shop among 30 vendors while the kids play in their own space. Come to the RCW table in the marquee tent. Let’s chat about crime issues in your neighbourhood, and becoming part of crime prevention through Rural Crime Watch.

 

RCW Participation Check out the news and links on our website https://cfparcw.ca/. Invite your neighbours to become part of our community movement to send a message to would-be intruders. “Beware. These rural people are informed, prepared and connected to deter crime.” We are Rural Crime Watch, a network of concerned residents, committed to making a safer community through basic crime prevention principles. Our security is greatly enhanced when we work together as good neighbours.


Jim Willson

 

 

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The site has been around for over a decade now and is currently being updated and revised to better reflect the Springbank area and its broad and varied community. We plan on adding Facebook to the site, as well as building a complete listing of area services and businesses, along with public interest articles, local history, and upcoming events. The site also allows for personal adds, and is meant to complement the SPFAS site and recreational activities now covered. We invite your input/comments as we go forward in helping to build our great community!

 

Ian Galbraith & Cindy Turner
403-630-3650
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