Oceanside Community Safety is deeply indebted to the crew at Arrowsmith Bikes for making our old bikes road worthy once again at NO COST to our community.
This will allow our volunteers to safely patrol the Oceanside area to be the ears and eyes for the Oceanside RCMP.
Walking is one of the best ways to stay in shape and maintain a healthy lifestyle. More than ever, people are getting out to enjoy a walk through our beautiful communities. It may be time to ask ourselves what we can do as pedestrians to avoid harm while walking.
1) File 18-2255 On March 8 at 12:30 a.m., a man witnessed a suspect male in his yard breaking into his car in the 100 block of Harlech Road, in Qualicum Beach. The suspect who was reportedly wearing an orange ball cap (no other description) was startled and fled. Stolen was a black Apple Ipad 2.
Have you responded to our provincial government's request for feedback on the setting of fair ICBC rates yet? The hope is to "introduce changes to the current system to make insurance rates more fair for British Columbians by making all drivers more accountable for their decisions and driving behaviour." The implication here is that bad drivers don't pay their fair share of insurance premiums.
Oceanside Community Safety's Community Watch performed five deployments in February, 2018 dedicated to the Cell Watch program. Of 3944 drivers observed, 25 were talking on the phone and 36 were performing other distracting actions.
One combination Speed Watch and Cell Watch deployment was made by Oceanside Community Safety's Community Watch during the month of February, 2018. Of 580 vehicles checked, 84 or 14.5% were traveling at more than 10 km/h over the posted speed limit with the highest deviation being 65 km/h in a 30 km/h zone. 10 drivers were observed doing some form of distracted driving.