Thursday, January 23, 2020

Prince Rupert's Online Crime Reporting program goes live

Prince Rupert residents can now access an online Crime Reporting program
designed for incidents which don't require the attendance of the member
of the local detachment

It's launch day for a new resource for the Prince Rupert detachment of the RCMP, with their Online Crime Reporting program going live this morning.

On Tuesday we noted that the project is designed to receive information from residents and business owners that does not require follow up from a member of the detachment.

As the program went live this morning,  the City of Prince Rupert posted some background to the project as well as the link to access it to the city's website.

Among the City's notes is some advice on what the program is designed for and when you should or should not make use of the online option.

The link to the program provides for a Frequently Asked Questions section that should answer pretty well every question that potential users may have about it.

You can access the site and review what it's all about here.

In addition to Prince Rupert, the program has been introduced to a number of Northwest communities, including Terrace, Smithers and Kitimat.

For more items of note related to Emergency Service Providers in the Northwest see our archive page here.

To return to the most recent blog posting of the day, click here.

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