Rosebrier crime watch AGM Apr. 4

RCMP guests will speak about crime prevention in rural areas

Rural Crime Watch

With the tidal wave of rural crime across Alberta, crime watches have become more important than ever. Readers who live southeast of Wetaskiwin can attend the Rosebrier Rural Crime Watch annual general meeting Apr. 4 to learn more about crimeproofing their property.

Rosebrier president Tully Johnson said the AGM will feature two guests from the Wetaskiwin RCMP who will be speaking about rural crime prevention, a timely topic that’s even taking up floor time in the Legislature.

Johnson said joining the rural crime watch is also an excellent way for neighbours to band together and prevent crime in the community.

The AGM will be held in the Angus Ridge Community Hall Tuesday, Apr. 4 beginning at 7 p.m. The hall is south of Wetaskiwin along Sec. Hwy #822 a few kilometers past the Pine Haven Hutterite colony turn-off; look for Twp Rd 452, turn west and the hall is at the intersection with RR# 234.

 

 

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