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The Most Dangerous Places in Alberta - July 2022

Darren Boyer, August 9 2022

Here are the six most dangerous places, with the highest crime rates in the province of Alberta, for July 2022. Alberta Beach had the highest crime rate in the province according to the RCMP property crime data.  There were over 12 crimes per 1,000 residents.  The O’Chiese First Nation community had the second highest crime rate in the province,...

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The Most Dangerous Cities in Alberta - July 2022

Darren Boyer, August 9 2022

Here are the six cities with the highest crime rates in Alberta in July. Westaskawin had the highest crime rate with over 6 crimes per 1,000 residents. Edmonton had the second highest crime rate in the province, rising to over 5 crimes per 1,000 residents.Here is the crime rate per 1,000 residents for other cities in Alberta.

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Crime Prevention Issues

Lessons From 214 Stolen Cars Recovered In One Bust

Darren Boyer, August 2 2022

The Ontario Provincial Police announced on July 28 they had laid hundreds of charges against several people and broken up 3 crime groups involving the sale of hundreds of fraudulent vehicles. This is a great asset to the safety of Canadians everywhere and is appreciated! At least 214 stolen vehicles were recovered.

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Crime Prevention Issues

Two More Near Death Experiences

Red Stamp, July 28 2022

What does a drunken teenager running a stolen vehicle all over the road on Canada’s busiest freeway, as morning rush hour is taking place, have to do with a criminal stealing a construction truck in LA? Yes, these two almost killed a few innocent people. Lives who have no way of knowing or protecting themselves while while someone is racing towards...

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Why This Councillor 'Broke' The Law

Darren Boyer, July 27 2022

Do criminals know the RCMP will not follow if they try a high speed escape to avoid being arrested? This County Councillor believes they do. Councillor Dale Hendrick followed a vehicle down the back roads of his County in July 2022 after seeing the man in the vehicle as the one caught on video from multiple break ins on his property!

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Crime Prevention Issues

Trailer Theft-Why Some Lose and Some Win

Darren Boyer, July 25 2022

If you never, ever, want to see any expensive trailers you own stolen this case study is for you. I’m going to compare the theft of two enclosed double axle trailers that were both loaded with valuables stolen from the same city. One was recovered in 24hrs. The other looks to be a complete loss.

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WARNING: Hidden Crime Data Points To Safety Risk Ten Times Worse Than Expected

Darren Boyer, July 21 2022

How will I know when it is time to have the baby? That was the question my wife was asking several hours after being in the hospital delivery ward for the first time. It seemed like a good question to me. Our first child, later named Samuel, was over one week past the due date and neither of use knew what to do next.

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Crime Prevention Issues

Four Mistakes Leading to Catalytic Converters Being Stolen

Darren Boyer, July 19 2022

Tens of thousands of catalytic converter thefts are taking place every year. These thefts cost the victim hundreds of dollars or more. ◼️ The Winnipeg Free Press in an article on Jul 13 expects Catalytic Converter thefts to increase 240% in 2022, costing insurers and ultimately vehicle owners in Manitoba, over $7,500,000 this year.◼️ ICBC in BC rep...

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Crime Prevention Issues

Rural Crime Mistakes

Darren Boyer, July 18 2022

Rural crime is easier to stop when home owners avoid these crippling mistakes. Here is a recent example where a homeowner was awake just after midnight on a warm summer Friday night. Looking out on the road he noticed something strange. In the truck he noticed, people would shine a large directional light down each of the driveways and into the y...

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Crime Prevention Issues

Follow The Money

Darren Boyer, July 15 2022

You know the saying ‘Follow the money’.  When it comes to who loses money and who makes money when crime happens, a clear pattern emerges. Below I’m going to list people and organizations who touch crime.  Many of them are in place to protect and defend the public. Beside that list I’m going to describe how the money flows.

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