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Volunteer Patrols respond to citizen inquiries while observing streets, alleys, and parking lots for unlawful actions. They report all suspicious activity as well as issues relating to graffiti and garbage. Volunteers receive direction from the NPO (Neighbourhood Police Officer) and staff to respond to District Priorities and  weekly crime statistics provided by VPD. 

Foot & Bike patrollers also conduct vehicle safety audits to inform owners how to protect their vehicles from break-in or theft, look for stolen cars using a database of stolen vehicles, and deliver Crime Alerts to communicate with residents in reported crime areas.

Our patrol programs:

  • Foot Patrol

  • Bike Patrol

  • Pooch Patrol


The Foot Patrol program offers a great opportunity to contribute to a safer community in Grandview Woodlands, Gain valuable experience and training, and meet new people and connect with the community. Here are some key details about the Foot Patrol Training Program:

  • Inspect parked vehicles for theft risk.

  • Distribute information packages or notices.

  • Monitor various activities or “hot spots” throughout Grandview Woodlands.

  • Photograph, track, and upload graffiti information to VAN311.

  • Identify, map and chart problem areas throughout each neighbourhood in Grandview Woodland. 

  • Adopt a block in the neighbourhood and connect with the residents.

  • Neighbourhood Police Officer (NPO - Cst. Kim) Volunteer Foot Patrols.

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