VicPD takes fraud to the forefront at Esquimalt town hall

Police talk business safety and fraud prevention on March 14 at Esquimalt Recreation Centre

Victoria Police take a town hall and turn it into a safety session Thursday in Equimalt.

Join Chief Del Manak and members of VicPD alongside Esquimalt’s business community to talk about business and community issues such as credit card fraud and general fraud awareness, Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) and VicPDs Blockwatch program.

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VicPD are on hand to talk business safety and fraud prevention on March 14 at 6:30 p.m. at the Esquimalt Recreation Centre in the Atrium Room. Learn more here and RSVP by email.



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