STOP, SOLVE & PREVENT CRIME: The Community & Police working together.
Dangers of Sexting: What Teens Need to Know
Please watch this amazing video done by an Irish Teen on Cyber Bullying.
Click Links Below for additional information:
National Action Plan: https://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/cnt/rsrcs/pblctns/ntnl-ctn-pln-cmbt/index-eng.aspx
Human Trafficking in BC: http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/justice/criminal-justice/victims-of-crime/human-trafficking
This is a link to training that will help you spot the signs of Human trafficking. http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/justice/criminal-justice/victims-of-crime/human-trafficking/human-trafficking-training
A short video showing how people can become victims of trafficking.
The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC) is the central agency in Canada that collects information and criminal intelligence on such matters as mass marketing fraud (e.g., telemarketing), advance fee fraud (e.g., West African letters), Internet fraud and identification theft complaints.
Simply put, sextortion is blackmail. It’s when someone threatens to send a sexual image or video of you to other people
if you don’t pay them or provide more sexual content.
Unfortunately, sextortion has been on the rise lately. But there are ways to prevent and fight it.
This is a group that gives clear and unbiased information in how to seek help when seeking treatment relating to all addictions. It is a great resource for addicts and their families.
Victoria Police would like help in recovering the bicycle in the picture. It was stolen from a young boy overnight on 11 March.
He and his Mom had done the right thing by locking it up securely in their back yard. The thief entered the yard and cut the lock. The theft took place in the 600 block of Constance Avenue.
The bike was his pride and joy and a much-loved birthday gift. He is heartbroken it was stolen. The bike is described as; A “Rocky Mountain,” Mountain Bike grey/silver with red and black stripes.
If you know who stole this or where the bike is and wish to remain anonymous call us Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477 or submit a tip online at victoriacrimestoppers.ca
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