It’s been said that Surrey politics is the one to watch this year and certainly it never fails to provide fodder for ample discussion. Mayoral candidate Barinder Rasode released her crime plan yesterday,one crafted in part in consultation with soon to be retired Delta Police Chief Jim Cessford. Cessford is highly respected by many notContinue reading Hepner unwittingly calls into question Community Safety Patrols done by Commissionaires.
Access to Information documents show an average of 46.3 founded “shots fired” calls per year between 2007 and 2012 in Surrrey BC
The news yesterday out of Surrey BC was no surprise to anyone who lives here, or to the many people who are now following politics in the city : Surrey is once again, home to the most violent crimes in the region. More concerning to many Surrey residents last night, was that the Surrey RCMPContinue reading Access to Information documents show an average of 46.3 founded “shots fired” calls per year between 2007 and 2012 in Surrrey BC
“We don’t need more task forces, we need results” -Esmir Milavic
Strong words from Community Relations Strategist at @Surrey604, Esmir Milavic, on how to address the issue of violence and safety in Newton, as the community copes with the tragic death of Julie Paskall. I agree with Esmir completely. And this is why. What happened to the Newton Town Centre Plan? As I detailed inContinue reading “We don’t need more task forces, we need results” -Esmir Milavic
But I thought we are all safe, Chief Supt. Bill Fordy?
In January of this year, I wrote a post highlighting the ridiculous, public relations driven position Bill Fordy had taken with regards to yet another shooting in Surrey. While other police spokespersons in the lower mainland were making clear the inherent danger the public faces in any brazen shooting, Fordy was telling the people ofContinue reading But I thought we are all safe, Chief Supt. Bill Fordy?