Community Safety & Crime Reduction
Get informed, get help, get involved, and get familiar with community safety and crime reduction resources, events and plans across Surrey, to be part of building and enhancing your safe and healthy community.
Get informed by attending our 6th Annual Surrey Coalition Against Domestic Abuse (SCADA) conference for service providers working in the area of domestic abuse, to be held on November 16, 2015, registration is now open.
Get help with community tools and resources for employment support, housing and homelessness, mental health and addiction, or victim assistance.
Get familiar with your city's approach to crime reduction, and keep up to date through latest news, press releases and newsletters from local, provincial and national community safety and crime reduction groups.
Surrey's crime reduction strategy
We're using an innovative problem-solving approach to address the root cause of crime. The approach is outlined in Surrey's Crime Reduction Strategy adopted in 2006. The Strategy has 106 recommendations, and has led to new programs and partnerships to address crime.
The Crime Reduction Strategy plays a key role in facilitating collaborative approaches to complex community safety and crime reduction issues and engages with many different City plans and strategies, like Plan for the Social Well-Being of Surrey Residents (the Social Plan), Energy & Sustainability, Parks, Recreation & Culture, Transportation and Surrey Libraries.
Contact the City of Surrey’s Community Safety and Crime Reduction Office by phone at 604-598-5737 or 591-4492 for more on community safety and crime reduction in Surrey.
Get familiar with how you and your City are reducing crime across Surrey.
Get involved in community safety in your Surrey neighbourhood, through local and City community safety groups and committees.
Keep up with Surrey's community safety and crime reduction events and campaigns.
Get help from Surrey's community partners and resources in community safety and crime reduction.