Members of Langley RCMP and the Fort Langley Community Association recently held a crime prevention information session at the Fort Langley Community Hall. More than 100 people attended. Pictured are (left to right): Auxiliary Constable Lisa Goulet, Langley RCMP; Andy Schildhorn, association president; Soo-Jean Yee, association director; Florence Fowler, crime prevention program co-ordinator, protective services RCMP; and Corporal Kurt Neuman, liaison officer with the Langley RCMP.

FLCA hosts successful crime prevention session

More than 100 people attended event in Fort Langley on April 9

More than 100 people attended a crime prevention info session, hosted by the Fort Langley Community Association on April 9 at the Fort Langley Community Hall.

The session helped to increase awareness of crime prevention strategies, and included presentations by RCMP crime prevention representatives.

“The success of crime prevention depends on people working together in families, neighbourhoods, businesses and community organizations to build safe communities while working in tandem with local law enforcement agencies,” said Andy Schildhorn, president of the FLCA.

“We all have a role to play in making Fort Langley a safe place to live, work and raise families.”

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