FREE WEBINAR - Crime Prevention (CPTED)

Presented by C.M. Jennifer Kee, Community Crime Prevention Liaise Coordinator from the Slave Lake RCMP


Want to protect your business from theft, robbery, and vandalism? Join us for an hour presentation by C.M. Jennifer Kee (RCMP "K" Division - Community Crime prevention Liaise Coordinator). Her presentation will provide businesses with an introduction to Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED), the four principles of CPTED, how CPTED works and how to apply CPTED to your business.


By implementing CPTED recommendations, businesses are able to fortify their property and by doing so, significantly reduce the risk of being targeted for criminal activity (theft, robbery, vandalism). Throughout the presentation, she will be addressing a variety of safety precautions to keep employers and employees safe which will include what you should do during and after a robbery.


Participants can come to our office in our conference room to watch C.M Jennifer Kee - Live video presentation. (Maximum of 8 participants). FREE PIZZA LUNCH provided for all in-person participants! Alternatively, you can also attend online live via a Zoom link that will be emailed to registrants one day prior to the event.


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When:​

  • Thursday, October 20, 2022

  • From 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm MST

Where:

  • Online via Zoom link

  • Alternatively, you can choose to attend live in person at the Community Futures office in our conference room (maximum of 8 participants).






Open to all residents in our Lesser Slave Lake Region including High Prairie to Slave Lake to Wabasca and everything in between!



Have Questions?


If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to our Office Manager Divine by phone or email listed below: ​ Phone: 1-780-849-3232 E-mail: adminLSL@albertacf.com




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