Did Red Deer miss out on $40 million due to inaction and… – Todayville.com

Since 2012, the Central Alberta Crime Prevention Centre (CACPC) has been engaging, educating, and empowering residents and businesses to promote and sustain community safety. >How does the Central Alberta Crime Prevention Centre help in preventing crime? We provide CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) reviews for residents and business experiencing crime issues and give them practical ideas on how to “target harden” their properties.

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