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St. John's Citizens' Crime Prevention Committee Hosted Seniors Awareness Day


Introducing New Junior Police Officers To Mount Pearl


St. John's Citizens' Crime Prevention Committee hosted a Seniors Awareness day on June 15th. Constable Nick Cashin and Constable Lisa Coady from the RNC presented information on current frauds and scams.  Corey Lynch from Verafin did a presentation on Seniors Financial Fraud.  There were information tables in attendance from The Office of the Citizens Representative, Violence Prevention Avalon East, SeniorsNL, Alcoholic Anonymous, RNC along with RCMP and Multicultural Women’s Organization of NL.  This was a great event with over 80 Seniors in attendance. a light lunch was provided .  Entertainment from Gord Caines and Jeff Sutton who work with Verafin made for a great day.



  Mount Pearl Citizens' Crime Prevention, Mayor Dave Aker, Deputy Chief Woodruff of the RNC, Mount Pearl Law Enforcement and other police officers introduce the two new Junior Police Officers to the City of Mount Pearl

Mount Pearl Citizens; Crime Prevention Committee went all out to celebrate Police Week this year. Once again students from all elementary schools in the city made thank you cards for the RNC and Mount Pearl Law Enforcement. Nearly 900 cards were received by the officers. Two winning students were chosen to be Officer for a day. Once again the committee provided lasagne dinners to both day and evening shifts as a way of saying thanks. Also given to the officers by the committee were Officer Survival Gift bags which also contained gift certificates from businesses in the city. Thanks to all of you for what you do to keep us safe.

Buddy Bench Launch


CCPANL Supports Elder Abuse Awareness Day

Standing(l-r) Trevor Murphy ,St. John's IceCaps, Kathy MacPherson and Rosalind Pratt from Mount Pearl Crime Prevention, Cst Darryl Nixon RNC sitting (l-r)Buddy the Puffin, St. John's IceCaps and Cst. Danielle Greavette ,City of Mount Pearl Law Enforcement Officer

The Mount Pearl Citizens’ Crime Prevention Committee in partnership with the IceCaps Care Foundation, The RNC and Mount Pearl Law Enforcement is pleased to sponsor an Empathy Building project for primary school students in Mount Pearl. The official launch of the program took place at Morris Academy in Mount Pearl on June 1,2015 at 10:15 a.m. The buddy bench is a simple idea to eliminate loneliness and foster friendship on the playground. It helps spread the message of inclusion and kindness!  It also helps develop empathy in students.


The CCPANL supports Elder Abuse Awareness Day by setting up a booth at the Senior Safety Fair which was held on June 16, 2014 at RCMP headquarters.

IceCaps Care Foundation & Williams Family Foundation Present Cheque



Mr Danny Williams from the IceCaps Care Foundation and the Williams Family Foundation presents a cheque for $6,000.00 to CCPANL president, Wilson Chaulk and RNC officer, Cst. Kevin Foley. Buddy happily looks on as he knows the money will go towards the association anti-bullying project, Rachel's Challenge.


Winners Of Mount Pearl Crime Prevention Officer For A Day Contest

Winners of the Mount Pearl Crime Prevention Officer for a Day Contest pose with the Mayor of Mount Pearl, RNC Officers, Law Enforcement Officer and members of Mount Pearl Crime Prevention.

Royal Newfoundland Constabulary 2013 Cadets Volunteer for CCPANL


The CCPANL were presented with a cheque for $26,444.13 from the RCMP Klondike Night Committee. Each year the RCMP hold a Klondike Night after which two charities / organizations are presented with a cheque from the proceeds of the night.


CCPANL would like to thank the RNC 2013 Cadets for Volunteering with their association in February month. The RNC has always been a strong supporter of CCPANL. It is good to see that this support continues as new officers are brought into the force.


Royal Canadian Mounted Police Present CCPANL

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police present a certificate of Appreciation to the Citizens' Crime Prevention Association for their partnership over the past 30 years.

"Shop With A Cop" Christmas Event

December 3rd, 2017 marked the first ever “Shop with A Cop” Christmas Event brought to you by the HVGB Crime Prevention Committee in partner with local businesses and volunteers. 12 Youth from the Community were selected and then invited to attend the RCMP Detachment where they would be partnered with a Police Officer and given a shopping allowance which was fundraised by the HVGB Crime Prevention Committee.