Children and youth

Whether you are a parent, teacher or family member, we all have a key role to play in ensuring our kids learn about personal safety and the pitfalls of becoming involved in drugs and gangs.



It's important to remind everyone to do what they can to keep their schools bully free.

Back to school

Motor vehicle collisions are the number one cause of injury or death among children.

Gang awareness

Recognize the signs and counter the lure of gangs.

Internet safety

Internet safety involves ensuring that people, specifically children and youth, have the information needed to develop safe online surfing habits.

Celebrate grad responsibly

Although we are sure you would love to invite us as your party guests, we don’t need an invitation to come.

Centre for Youth Crime Prevention

Provides Canadians with evidence-informed and age appropriate crime prevention messages, information, tools, and programs to prevent youth crime and victimization.

I Know Safety

A colouring book for children - Learn the rules to stay safe at home and in your neighborhood.

"Street proofing"

Reinforce basic safety principles to your children in order to educate and prepare them should they be approached.

Crime prevention posters

Crime prevention resources for your office, building, or school.

Home safety scavenger hunt

Try the BC RCMP Safety Scavenger Hunt to test your emergency preparedness.

BC RCMP kids colouring pages

This colouring activity is for those of you who weren’t quite old enough to take part in our scavenger hunt.

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