- Welcome to Strathcona
- Reclaim Prior! April 1 2013
- NEW: 2013 Statement On Viaducts Removal and Prior Street Calming
- NEW: Traffic on Prior Getting Worse: Car Hits House
- Viaducts and Prior Street
- Mayor's Comments on Prior, July 24 2012
- Reconnect Strathcona
- Reclaim Prior, the Video
- Reclaim Prior 2012
- Prior Traffic and Health
- Letter from the Chair
- SRA response
- Grandview-Woodland Response
- Residents' Association
- Links and Resources
- News / Events
- Exploring Our History
Agenda for March SRA Meeting
SRA Agenda: Wednesday March 7, 2012
7:15 Strathcona Community Centre
Viaducts Working Group Report – Graham Elvidge
Union Bike Path – Pete Fry
Scott Clark and Grace Tait of Aboriginal Life in Vancouver Enhancement (ALIVE)
Scott and Grace will talk about ALIVE, its origins, aims, philosophy, initiatives, and current projects, as well as Place Based Strategy and the current petition being circulated to secure funding for the threatened early learning and care programme for special needs kids at Ray-Cam.
Also, this is a follow-up from our Strathcona Neighbourhood Police Officer Ali Gailus regarding crime statistics.
ACCESSING IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION AND CRIME STATISTICS
Go the Vancouver Police Department website at www.vancouver.ca/police
Once you are on the home page you will see a column on the left hand side “Crime Prevention and Safety”.
From there you can select:
-Homes and Rentals
These will provide you with simple “target hardening” techniques to aid in crime reduction in your neighbourhood.
On the middle of the Home Page is “Frequently Accessed Services” (FAS). Under “FAS” you can select:
The statistical data used for these maps are gathered from our Police Record Information System and represent actual crime reported to the Vancouver Police Department. The information collected is city-wide.
It is broken down into Break and Enter: Residential and Commercial and Automobile: Theft from Auto and Stolen Vehicles
Once you select “Crime Statistics”, midway down the page is “Statistical Reports”.
From there you can select “Reports by District and City Totals” or “Reports by Neighbourhood”.
The Community of Strathcona is in District 2 of Vancouver.
Hopefully this will provide the information you are looking for.