April 2019 is Auto Crime Enforcement Month, and the RCMP are asking the public to stay alert.
With April winding down, so is Auto Crime Enforcement Month. This year’s theme has been “Check Your Doors Before They Do” and was established to encourages drivers to protect themselves and their vehicles from becoming victims of theft.
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Nanaimo RCMP and other police forces promoting #9PMRoutine of bringing in valuables from cars
Nanaimo RCMP says thefts from and of vehicles is on the rise, and are advising residents to be vigilant to curb the success of criminals in the city.
April is Auto Crime Enforcement Month and the Integrated Municipal Provincial Auto Crime Team is encouraging vehicle owners to adopt the 9 PM Routine.
Mathew Nicholls and Samantha Nelles arrested two days after March 24 bait car alarm triggered
The annual list of B.C.’s top 10 auto crime offenders was released Friday by the IMPACT anti-auto crime unit, just ahead of Auto Crime Enforcement Month.
RCMP, the provincial government and ICBC are urging drivers to lock their vehicles, as theft from automobiles continue to soar. John Hua reports.
Police are warning people of the high cost of not locking their car doors as they get set to launch "Auto Crime Enforcement Month" in April across B.C.