SURREY RCMP is hosting its fifth annual Open House on Saturday, May 11 to help kick off Police Week (May 12-18).
The public is invited to come learn all about the different policing tools, techniques, and resources used to help keep the community safe.
What: Surrey RCMP Open House
When: Saturday, May 11 from 12 to 3 p.m.
Where: Surrey RCMP Main Detachment (14355 57th Avenue, Surrey BC)
Who: Surrey RCMP officers and staff, policing and community partners
There will be police boats, bikes, vehicles, helicopters, and even robots on display. You can take in a police dog demonstration, help solve a crime scene using the latest forensics, and even send an officer into the dunk tank. Other highlights include an Air 1 helicopter landing, tours of the Mobile Police Command Centre, and a free barbecue.
“Our Open House is always a big hit with our community, and our officers and staff love interacting with our local residents at this family friendly event,” says Cpl. Elenore Sturko. “We are very proud to serve the citizens of Surrey and, together with our community and policing partners, showcase the diversity of the services and programs we have to offer.”
Please dress for the weather on the day of the event as many of the activities will be held outside.
In order to make this event more environmentally friendly, Surrey RCMP are requesting all guests to bring their own water bottles to fill up at their free water stations.