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Home Safety Examples May 5-18

Darren Boyer, May 21 2022

Real life stories of how people saved their loved ones from harm and stopped the frustration of losing the things they’ve worked hard for. Here are some snapshots of how people helped keep their loved ones safe recently. The more people that use Lightcatch to create or view warnings like these examples, the better the free service works.

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Rural Home Safety May 5-18 Successes

Darren Boyer, May 20 2022

Real life stories of how people saved their loved ones from harm and stopped the frustration of losing the things they’ve worked hard for. The regions with the lowest crime rates below tend to be the most proactive. The more people that use Lightcatch to create or view warnings like these examples, the better the free service works.

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Most Dangerous Places- Alberta April 2022

Darren Boyer, May 6 2022

Here are crime rates for several locations across Alberta in April.  Some regions of Alberta had as much as eight times the crime as others. Some regions of Alberta had as much as eight times the crime as others. Major Cities in Alberta Edmonton had one of the lowest crime rates of any major City in Alberta.  Sherwood Park and St. Albert seemed to...

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Examples of Safer Property Using Deterrence

Darren Boyer, April 20 2022

Our data shows a safer community almost always creates more suspicious alerts or warnings before a crime happens than alerts that are made regarding actual crimes after they happen. Here are some examples of how people did this effectively over the two weeks  April 1 - April 14, 2022

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Safe Community Examples Feb 24-Mar 9

Darren Boyer, March 18 2022

Here are some examples of how community members warned everyone nearby in the 2 weeks of Feb 24-Mar 9. Also included are some of the theft recoveries between Feb 24-Mar 9 on Lightcatch. The 1st step in improving Community Safety  is to have at least twice the number of alerts made before a crime happens versus after a crime occurs. Where this happ...

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7 Recoveries Feb 10-Feb 23

Darren Boyer, March 4 2022

7 stolen items put on Lightcatch were recovered in the 14 days between Jan 30-Feb 9. Some  of these recoveries were the work of Lightcatch app users who  may have spent less than 5 minutes updating the location of a stolen item on the app.     Others were the result of police work alone.

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15 Recoveries Jan 30-Feb 9

Darren Boyer, February 12 2022

15 Stolen items put on Lightcatch were recovered in the 14 days between Jan 30-Feb 9. Most of these recoveries were the work of Lightcatch app users who  may have spent less than 5 minutes updating the location of a stolen item on the app. These people were making a difference by making crime hard for the bad guys where they live.

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10 Stolen Vehicles Recovered in One City in 12 Days

Darren Boyer, February 8 2022

These stolen vehicles were recovered in the Red Deer Alberta region between Jan 13 – Jan 25, 2022.  Many of them were located and recovered by the police within just hours of the alert being created on Lightcatch.  Many times the public provided multiple updates showing the location and the direction of travel.

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The Three Most Dangerous Rural Communities in January

Darren Boyer, February 5 2022

Rural crime rates spiked in some surprising locations while remaining low in other areas over the month of January. Does your community make the list? We base this data on RCMP released crime statistics and make the comparisons on a per 1,000 residents basis to get a true picture of what the crime is like in these places.

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The Three Most Dangerous Cities in Alberta in January

Darren Boyer, February 4 2022

All Cities are not equal in safety.  Some have far less crime than others.  You were almost twice as likely to be robbed in the most dangerous City in Alberta than in one of the safer cities such as Spruce Grove in January.  We base this data on RCMP released crime statistics and make the rate on a per 1,000 resident basis so the size of the City d...

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