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Congratulations to our volunteers for a job well done!

As a result of the quick action of Surrey Crime Prevention Society Community Safety volunteers, a South Asian middle aged man was arrested after he assaulted an elderly man near the Newton Wave Pool.

At approximately 5:00 pm on June 12th 2015, an elderly man was seriously assaulted in a park near the Newton Wave Pool. Our volunteers were informed of the incident and a description of the suspect was provided to our volunteers by the security guard who was working in the area. With this information, our volunteers conducted foot tours and spotted the suspect walking in the Newton Recreation Centre parking lot. The suspect was acting suspicious and when he saw the volunteers, he quickly started to walk in the opposite direction. After contacting the security guard to confirm the description of the suspect, SCPS volunteers determined that the suspicious man was the same person that was involved in the earlier assault. They contacted the RCMP immediately and as a result of their quick response, the police apprehended the suspect.


Manny Ghag

Manny Ghag has been a volunteer with Surrey Crime Prevention Society since March of 2013. Throughout his experience with SCPS, Manny has supported our Traffic Safety Program and as a result of his outstanding leadership skills, he has been assigned a Team Lead role with our Society. In his role, he supports students participating in our LEAP High School Work Experience Program as well as guiding new volunteers through the orientation process. Manny is always approaches his role as a volunteer with a positive attitude and professionalism. He is reliable and assists our Society on special projects with our community partners. He realizes the value of raising awareness around issues of speeding, auto theft and distracted driving. He also supports special events and community projects whenever called upon.

His commitment to the enhancement of community safety extends beyond his role as a Team Lead with our Traffic Safety Program. Manny is also a Mentor with our Community Safety Youth Mentorship & Leadership Program working closely with youth at risk and offering them an opportunity to make positive changes to their lives.

Manny is a terrific volunteer and we are proud to have him as part of our team! Congratulations Manny on your continued success!


In 2014, our volunteers contributed 28,000 towards the enhancement of community safety throughout communities in Surrey. We want to thank them for their continued commitment and dedication.

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Below is an overview of our programs and how you can join our team.

Volunteer Opportunities – Surrey Crime Prevention Society

Surrey Crime Prevention supports communities throughout the City of Surrey with a wide range of community safety programs. We work closely with our community partners including the City of Surrey, RCMP, Surrey Parks and Recreation, Surrey Public Library and many more, by aligning our goals and objectives to support the enhancement of community safety in our City. Surrey Crime Prevention has aligned the direction of our programs with the City of Surrey Crime Reduction Strategy (PDF). Our qualified volunteers are dedicated to delivering our programs year round in the City of Surrey. We are currenlty recruiting for the following programs:

If you would like to volunteer apply here or you can contact our office at 604-502-8555.

Surrey Crime Prevention Society Expands Programs to Cloverdale|Clayton Heights and South Surrey

Surrey Crime Prevention Society is please to announce the expansion of our programs to include Cloverdale|Clayton Heights and South Surrey. The Community Safety Volunteers tour areas within the City of Surrey and observe and report to our community partners on a variety of activities. We work closely with our community partners to support the enhancement of community safety in the City of Surrey. The expansions of our programs is a result of the generous financial support from our community partners.

If you would like to volunteer apply here or you can contact our office at 604-502-8555.

Surrey Crime Prevention Society – Awarded the 2013 Canadian Criminal Justice Association Crime Prevention Award

On October 4th, 2013, SCPS Director Karen Reid Sidhu accepted the CCJA Award on behalf of volunteers and staff: “I’m very proud of our fabulous team who are the reason for our success!” The annual honour goes to the public organization that most adamantly follows the city’s Crime Reduction Strategy and the mandate to enhance community safety. Shared by our community partners, which includes the City of Surrey, RCMP and ICBC, this award exemplifies our ongoing commitment to strengthening the diverse communities that inhabit Surrey.


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