Sunday, July 5, 2015

CPC launches website

The Rainy River District Community Policing Committee (CPC) is pleased to announce the launch of its new website, which can be found at
CPC has been in existence in Rainy River District for well over 20 years and has contributed to the success of many programs, including “Lock It or Lose It,” “Project Safe Hallowe’en,” “Stuff-A-Cruiser,” and P.A.R.T.Y.

It also is involved with the Respect Technology Program and the OPP Kids’ Program.
The committee consists of community partners, police officers, and agencies who work together to promote safety through education and crime prevention strategies.
Together, the team strives to deter crime from occurring by supporting our law enforcement personnel in their policing efforts, as well as providing educational opportunities and resources to the public.
The CPC would like to thank the OPP Youth Foundation for its administrative support.
The OPP Youth Foundation is a charitable organization that helps provides the CPC with the appropriate accountability processes, which, in turn, helps enable the CPC to explore funding for initiatives that support youth, families, and communities.
The new CPC website and Facebook page will provide the public access to more resources, photo galleries, and videos.
It also lets them read about CPC programming within the district and provides links to project partners.
As well, it showcases successful projects and obtains feedback from local communities while encouraging participation and volunteerism.
The CPC is launching this new resource in conjunction with the August long weekend marine enforcement initiatives.
The committee is working to support “Operation Dry Water” to help reduce alcohol-related incidents on our waterways.
CPC committee members will be working with local law enforcement to promote marine safety and encouraging members of the public to wear their life jackets.
For more information, visit

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