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Coast Capital supports SCPS LEAP High School Work Experience Program

 
Coast Capital generously contributed $15,000 to the Surrey Crime Prevention Society LEAP High School Work Experience Program for 2017.

This program works with high school students in Surrey and Delta in Grades 10 – 12. Student are offered a unique well rounded experience that includes participating in an office environment, Traffic Safety Public Awareness, Community Safety Tours and Special Events. Students who participate with this program will receive comprehensive training outlining the roles and responsibilities in the community and how their participation contributes towards the enhancement of community safety in the City of Surrey. Students are engaged and develop civic pride from this positive experience.

 Traffic Safety Programs

When you see our volunteers in the community delivering our Traffic Safety Program, they are using a new app on their cellphones to capture data.

Our trained volunteers set up Traffic Safety five days a week in or around school zones, playground zones and high risk crash sites to raise awareness about road safety collecting data that is shared with the Surrey RCMP and ICBC. Volunteers support public awareness and education about safe practices behind the wheel.

Funded through grants from the City of Surrey and the Government of British Columbia.

This program was introduced in 1987, when the SCPS pioneered the use of electronic Radar Reader Boards.

Now volunteers use new technology including an “App” called “Speed Watch” where information is captured and uploaded for reporting to community partners. Volunteers record the speed of vehicles for and any distracted driving that is observed and this is recorded and shared with our community partners.

Join our team by visiting our website: preventcrime.ca
 
LEAP High School Work Experience Program

Harjot (left) Raphael (right)

Surrey Crime Prevention Society identified a need for youth in high school to gain an understanding of volunteering in their community.
This program is made possible through funding from Coast Capital Savings Credit Union – Community Funding.
Check out more information about this program on our website.

Join our team by visiting our website: preventcrime.ca