The Grandview-Woodland Community Policing Centre is a volunteer-driven non-profit organization that works in a partnership with the Vancouver Police Department and support from the City of Vancouver to promote crime prevention and safety through a range of programs, activities and services for residents, businesses, and agencies in the Grandview-Woodland neighbourhood. The GWCPC encourages all members of the community to become active participants in raising awareness of safety, decreasing opportunities for crime to occur, and assisting the most vulnerable members of their community through education, engagement, and opportunities to volunteer.
Donate your car to charity and get a tax receipt. Recycle your old vehicle and help support crime prevention and safety programs in your neighbourhood. Get a charitable tax receipt from the GWCPC (registered charity number, 898994728 RR0001) See the GWCPC banner at http://www.charitycarprogram.ca/index-2.html

Charity Car Programs pickup area is in the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley extending East as far as Langley City, South to the US border, North to West Vancouver and West to UBC.

The GWCPC is working in the community with our Partners:


CHILD CAR SEAT SAFETY CHECK

Book an appointment with the GWCPC’s certified Child Passenger Safety Educator for instruction on the proper use and installation of child restraint systems (car seats).


$20. suggested donation per car seat
| charitable tax receipts are provided for donations of $20 or more

* When registering for a car seat safety check accommodation can be made for those not able to make a donation.

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Click here for complete information and how to book an appointment

Community Cleanups
are scheduled for the first Saturday each month-> Click here for full details and schedule!

ICE is an internationally recognized symbol that can be used as a name in your cell phone address book to identify the person you wish to be notified if you are in an emergency situation. Click here for full ICE campaign information and what you can do!
  • The GWCPC, a registered non-profit organization, continues to collect cell phones as a way to raise funds for the GWCPC to support its’ programs & activities.
  • Bring your old cell phone to the GWCPC. When bundled together with charger & battery the cell phones have a higher value. Phones without chargers will also be accepted.
  • The GWCPC is located at 1977 Commercial Drive and is open these hours:

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  • All cell phones, no matter how old qualify, so no need to worry if your cell phone is really old or in bad condition! Bring the battery and the charger if you have them.


WANTED: YOUR OLD CELL PHONES!

HOME WATCH!
Is your home or business an easy target for thieves?

To reduce the risk of theft from your home or business book an appointment with your neighbourhood police officer Constable Lemon by calling 604 717-2932. Constable Lemon will meet with you to assess your property and offer target hardening strategies for strengthening the security of your home or business.

-> Click here for full information

BIKE WATCH!
Book an appointment with the GWCPC to have your bike stamped.
-> Click here for full information

Celebrating Community Policing Day
GWCPC SHREDDING EVENT
Saturday, September 6, 2014
10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Community Paints are scheduled for the last Saturday each month
-> Click here for full details and schedule!

Britannia parking lot - enter off Venables at Cotton or Woodland Drive

Identity Theft is a crime in which someone obtains and uses another person’s personal information in a way that involves fraud or deception.
Often, a person’s personal information such as bank information or credit card information is obtained from people’s garbage or blue box recycle bags.

Do you have a box of personal papers that
you would like to have shredded?


On Saturday September 6, 2014, residents & business owners are encouraged to bring their boxes of old tax records, bills, bank statements and other confidential documents to the Britannia parking lot and have these papers shredded and recycled onsite for you to witness.

This is an easy way to destroy personal papers quickly and avoid identity theft by preventing personal information from falling into the wrong hands.

Thank you to the Vancity Commercial Drive branch for sponsoring the Urban Impact recycle truck and to Britannia Community Centre for hosting the shredding site.

Every dollar donated helps keep your community safe.
Suggested donation is $5 per file box.
All donations go directly to the GWCPC.

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