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Surrey Crime Prevention Society report

Below are a few highlights on how you can make a difference in the City of Surrey.

  • Learn about community safety and how you make difference

  • Learn skills that can be applied in future career opportunities

  • Work in partnership with the City of Surrey, RCMP and other government agencies

  • Develop new skills (e.g. leadership, interpersonal, communication etc)

  • Participate in exciting community events, projects and programs

  • Work in a team environment

General Requirements: 

*Eligibility to participate in these programs is subject to the approval of management

  • All applicants interested must be 16 yrs or older

  • Applicants under 16 yrs may volunteer through their schools under the work-experience program

  • Demonstrate a commitment to enhancing community safety

  • Must successfully obtain an RCMP criminal record check

  • May require a valid class 5 Driver’s License depending on the program (Citizens Community Safety Watch Program must be 18 years of age)
    Please note that you will be required to make a minimum one (1) year commitment to volunteer with Surrey Crime Prevention. Program placements are determined by management and based on organizational needs and availability.


    Some of the program roles and responsibilities:

  • Report stolen vehicles and license plates

  • Work with community partners on a variety of projects including speed watch, distracted driving, public awareness and education campaigns, special events

  • Observe and report on suspicious activity in communities within the City of Surrey

  • Community enhancement programs

Surrey Crime Prevention Society volunteer statistics
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