SURREY Crime Prevention Society is honouring the outstanding community safety volunteers on Tuesday, June 21 with an awards ceremony in the City of Surrey. These youth volunteers have donated countless hours towards the enhancement of community safety in the City.
Finalists and winners will be announced throughout the evening and will be presented with their awards from community partners, including Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum and Metro Vancouver Transit Police Chief Dave Jones.
What: Surrey Crime Prevention Society Community Safety Awards and Annual General Meeting
When: Tuesday, June 21, 5:30 p.m.
Where: Aria Banquet and Convention Centre, 12350 Pattulo Pl, Surrey
Since 2012, over 3,600 volunteers have contributed over 233,000 hours towards the enhancement of community safety in the City of Surrey. Through the generous support of community partners, programs continue to offer youth volunteers an opportunity to gain valuable skills and unique experiences to enhance their future career choices.
Many of the youth volunteers are interested in pursuing a career in public service including policing, corrections, sheriffs, CBSA, and more.
For more information about Surrey Crime Prevention Society programs , visit www.preventcrime.ca.