Citizens on Patrol


Citizens on Patrol – Stratford is a volunteer program designed to encourage residents of Stratford to contribute to the safety of their community by observing and reporting suspicious events to the RCMP, and supporting Town initiatives. Committed to crime prevention, COPS volunteers patrol by car, in pairs, for one or two three-hour shifts a month, on Friday and Saturday nights and occasions like prom, Canada Day, and Halloween. To be eligible to participate in the program, COPS volunteers must be at least eighteen years of age, undergo a criminal records check, and complete an orientation of two evenings of supervised patrolling. If you’re interested in learning more, contact Nicole Phillips at 902-388-1832.

 

 

Citizens on Patrol – Stratford Salutes Outgoing Chair Mary Matheson
January 2018

Read the full release:  Citizens on Patrol – Stratford

 

 

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The Stratford Citizens on Patrol is a volunteer program that was established in 2008 where residents help to keep the community safe by volunteering to patrol the community and provide an “extra set of eyes and ears” for the RCMP. The program is funded in part by the Town and work closely with the RCMP. Citizens on Patrol observe and report suspicious events to the RCMP and do not intervene in any way to ensure their safety.

In 2012, Citizen on Patrol volunteers reported 64 incidents and logged over 1200 hours. The types of reported episodes included break and enters, property damage, impaired driving, and suspicious or disorderly conduct. Volunteers must be 18 years of age or older and receive two days of supervised training. If the Citizens on Patrol appeals to your civic interests, please pick up an application form at the Stratford Town Centre and do your part to help make the Town of Stratford the safest and best community possible.

Citizens on Patrol


Citizens on Patrol – Stratford is a volunteer program designed to encourage residents of Stratford to contribute to the safety of their community by observing and reporting suspicious events to the RCMP, and supporting Town initiatives. Committed to crime prevention, COPS volunteers patrol by car, in pairs, for one or two three-hour shifts a month, on Friday and Saturday nights and occasions like prom, Canada Day, and Halloween. To be eligible to participate in the program, COPS volunteers must be at least eighteen years of age, undergo a criminal records check, and complete an orientation of two evenings of supervised patrolling. If you’re interested in learning more, contact Nicole Phillips at 902-388-1832.

 

 

Citizens on Patrol – Stratford Salutes Outgoing Chair Mary Matheson
January 2018

Read the full release:  Citizens on Patrol – Stratford

 

 

cop_stratford_2012

The Stratford Citizens on Patrol is a volunteer program that was established in 2008 where residents help to keep the community safe by volunteering to patrol the community and provide an “extra set of eyes and ears” for the RCMP. The program is funded in part by the Town and work closely with the RCMP. Citizens on Patrol observe and report suspicious events to the RCMP and do not intervene in any way to ensure their safety.

In 2012, Citizen on Patrol volunteers reported 64 incidents and logged over 1200 hours. The types of reported episodes included break and enters, property damage, impaired driving, and suspicious or disorderly conduct. Volunteers must be 18 years of age or older and receive two days of supervised training. If the Citizens on Patrol appeals to your civic interests, please pick up an application form at the Stratford Town Centre and do your part to help make the Town of Stratford the safest and best community possible.

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