Community Safety Resources
Do Your Part, Make the Call wallet card
Are you unsure how to report graffiti, abandoned houses, dumping or damaged street signs? As part of our ongoing commitment to community connection and engagement, the City has created a new wallet size card with a variety of numbers listed.
The Surrey Services - Do Your Part, Make the Call card serves to raise awareness of the importance of reporting by providing an all in one resource for residents to connect with the numerous city services available by phone. The handy wallet-sized card also includes several other important numbers such as transit police and ICBC to help people learn how to report concerns when travelling or commuting on transit or if incidents are witnessed while driving. Various outreach support services are included on the card to encourage people to call for assistance if they witness or know of a person who is in need of support from housing, addiction or other services.
The card is available at City recreation facilities, libraries and RCMP district offices.
If you wish to receive copies of the card for your block watch group, family, or business you can download the card from this page or please contact Marion at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-598-5704.
Key crime reduction brochures and reporting options
Studies have shown that a well maintained neighbourhood can help lower the incidence of nuisance or criminal behaviours. If we all work together, become engaged in our community, recognize when to report and fix problems when they are small, we will be successful in keeping our community safe and vibrant.
Find out more in the Neighbourhood Beautification Brochure.
Find the City's different apps and access information using the MySurrey app.
Help report issues or request information using the Surrey Request app.
Metal & Wire Theft
What is Metal & Wire Theft? How does it impact you? How to report it? Find out the answer to these questions in the Taking Action on Metal & Wire Theft Brochure.
Gang Prevention – A Parent’s Quick Reference Guide
This reference guide is a new resource created by the City of Surrey, Surrey RCMP and the AT-CURA Project at Surrey’s Kwantlen Polytchenic University. The guide has been developed through research and best practices, with highlights including:
- Recognizing and preventing gang involvement,
- Questions parents can ask themselves and what parents can do to reduce gang involvement,
- Potential risk factors, and
- Resources and where to find support.
It is important for parents to recognize when our children may be exploring a negative path at the earliest possible stage and to know how to intervene. All parents can benefit from learning to recognize signs of at-risk behaviours so they can help their kids get back on a positive path.
Download the guide, which is available in various languages to learn more. All documents are in PDF format and will open in new windows.
- English - Gang Prevention - A Parent's Quick Reference Guide
- Spanish - Gang Prevention – A Parent’s Quick Reference Guide
- Korean - Gang Prevention – A Parent’s Quick Reference Guide
- Punjabi - Gang Prevention – A Parent’s Quick Reference Guide
- Hindi - Gang Prevention – A Parent’s Quick Reference Guide
- Mandarin - Gang Prevention – A Parent’s Quick Reference Guide
- Vietnamese - Gang Prevention – A Parent’s Quick Reference Guide
- Tagalog - Gang Prevention – A Parent’s Quick Reference Guide
- Persian - Gang Prevention - A Parent's Quick Reference Guide
- French - Gang Prevention - A Parent's Quick Reference Guide
is a comprehensive gang education, prevention and awareness campaign that uses bold, emotional and visually impactful images and messages to engage the public about gangs and to encourage those involved in gangs to exit.
Youth Safety Tips for Parents
Summer has officially arrived, see the attached Surrey RCMP news release for Youth Safety Tips for Parents
Key community safety and crime reduction stakeholder partners
Surrey Fire Protection Services
8767 132nd Street, Surrey, BC V3W 4P1
General community safety and crime reduction partners
Get added to our list of Crime Reduction Community Partners. Contact the Community Safety and Crime Reduction Office at 604-598-5737 or email us at email@example.com.
Crime Stoppers- Metro Vancouver
226 Argyle Ottawa, Ontario
Quibble Creek Sobering and Assessment Centre (SAC)
13670 94A Avenue, Surrey Phone: 604-580-4965