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EARL GREY NEIGHBOURHOOD SAFETY ASSOCIATION  

EGNSA NEWS LETTER CLICK HERE
Contact Us
For Little Things: (204) 477-1513 or egnsa@mts.net FOR REPORTING THE BIG THINGS CALL POLICE N
ON EMERGENCY (204) 986-6222

Property Crime Statistics

Two interactive maps are available to viewers on the Winnipeg Police Service website. The Crime Map format features a rolling 12 month total, with a three month data lag to ensure accurate reporting. The Calls For Service format shows activity within the past 10 weeks. You can access statistics for any Winnipeg community on the Crime Map or Calls For Service format. Results are only accurate if residents report the occurrence. Please continue this practice. Anecdotal comments from neighbours suggest that property crimes have been increasing over the last 2 years in Earl Grey, but not so much in Ebby Wentworth. The Crime Maps for our area suggest the same. Homeowners can take steps to lessen the occurrence of property crimes. Here Is One Way WPS Community Safety Presentation Date - Sunday, May 26 from 2 to 4 PM Location - Earl Grey Community Centre Officers from the Community Relations Unit of the Winnipeg Police Service will present on personal safety for yourself and your property, including safety tips when travelling via bus or car. Best practices on scams, panhandlers, ATM banking and crime reporting will be discussed. Ample time is allotted for Q&A after the presentation. Something for everyone. You will be glad you came. DOOR PRIZES (courtesy of EGNSA and FOODFARE) 4 FOODFARE on Lilac food vouchers ($100 each) 2 “BLINK “ Doorbell cameras Please register in advance by email (egnsa@mts.net) or phone (204) 477-1513 The number of attendees is helpful for presenters and organizers. Our sincere thanks to FOODFARE for donations of food vouchers.

                    Community Collection,

Friday June 21, Family Fun Night EARL GREY COMMUNITY CENTRE Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Waste (free service)Household waste ( cleaning products, herbicides, pesticides, paint) must be in the original container. Batteries, fluorescent lights, propane tanks (empty), video equipment, phones, cell phones and microwaves are all accepted as electronic waste. Our volunteers will be accepting these items from 5 to 8 PM. The items collected will be transported to the 4R Depot on Pacific for recycling. Document Shredding (free service)The Access shredding truck will be available from 5 to 7 PM for document shredding. Take advantage of this opportunity. ACCESS has been our go to company for many years and we are grateful for their service.

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