Community Policing Partners

The Waterfront Community Policing Centre is proud to parter with

The West End-Coal Harbour Community Policing Centre is a non-profit organization with programming directed at reducing crime and street disorder, and increasing personal safety in the West End of Vancouver, from Burrard Street to Stanley Park and from Coal Harbour to English Bay.

Click the logo to link to the West End Coal Harbour Community Policing Centre's.

 

Work in collaboration with the Vancouver Police Department, community partners and volunteers to reduce crime and enhance safety in Chinatown. Actively develop and implement programs to promote safety and to foster a positive relationship between the Vancouver Police and Department and the Chinese Community.

Click the logo to link to the Chinese Community Poling Centre.

The Vancouver Aboriginal Community Policing Centre Society (VACPCS) was incorporated in 2006 as a non-profit society by the Vancouver Aboriginal community. It was created to address social justice issues, improve safety for Aboriginal people and build the relationship between the Vancouver Police Department (VPD) and the Aboriginal community through education, awareness and open dialogue.

Click the logo to link to the Vancouver Aboriginal Community Policing Centre

The Strathcona Community Policing Centre (Strathcona CPC) is a registered nonprofit society, governed by an independent community-based board, that operates in coordination with the Vancouver Police Department and other community agencies.

Click the logo to link to the Strathcona Community Policing Centre

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Granville Community Policing Centre

The Granville Downtown South CPC operates with a Neighbourhood Police Officer (NPO), an Operations Coordinator and volunteers.

The Granville CPC catchment area is:

  • North – Waterfront (Cordova Street)

  • South – Waterfront (Beach Avenue)

  • East – Burrard Street (east side)

  • West – False Creek (Abbot Street)

  • Click the logo to link to the Granville Community Policing Centre

The Waterfront Community Policing Center is proud to partner with the 529 Garage Bike Registry Program to help end bike theft.

Come into our office where our volunteers will help register your bike.

Want to know more? Click the logo and check out the Project 529 Garage site.

The VPD Safe Place initiative is to increase safety for the members of the LGBTQ2S+ community by providing a safe place if they are a victim of crime or have any concern for their personal safety.

Click the logo for a link to Vancouver Police Safe Place Program.