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Do you know your neighbours?

Would you be able to tell police the addresses of the houses around you in the event you witnessed a break-in or other suspicious activity?

Do you know the first name of at least 5 different neighbours?

Would your backdoor neighbour know your address in the event that they witnessed suspicious activity?

If you answered NO to any of these questions, then get to know your neighbours with the Know Your Neighbour Card.

The Know Your Neighbour Card provides an opportunity to connect with your neighbours and get to know them better.

Neighbourhood HousesGrande Prairie Neighbourhood Associations has partnered with Crime Prevention to bring residents the Know Your Neighbour Card.

The My Neighbour Card is a wonderful community engagement tool to get to know your neighbours and build a safe and vibrant community!

The card provides you with spaces to fill in contact information for your neighbours so that in the event of a break-in, or other suspicious activity, you are able to provide police with your neighbours names and addresses. 

Download your Know Your Neighbour Card (PDF, 956 KB) and help build a safer community today.

Tips

  • Welcome new neighbours by offering a small yet caring gesture or gift. Veggies from your garden, cup of coffee, some cookies or muffins.
  • Introduce yourself to your neighbour and get to know them and tell them a little bit about yourself. How long have you lived there, where are they from?
  • Make an effort to keep connected! Wave as you pass by, have a chat when you’re both outside, pull in their garbage bin.

Everyone can play a role to make their neighbourhood a more connected community. Communities where people know their neighbours are safer.

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Last updated: 3/11/2016 1:30:07 PM