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Community Update – Summer 2016

The following is a summary of the items of interest for the months of July and August 2016. Files of Interest: On July 18, 2016 at 1504 hours, police members responded to the Port Moody Fire Department (PMFD)’s request for assistance at the Flavelle Sawmill in the 2400 block of Murray St, Port Moody. The […]

Cougar Sightings

Please be aware that the City has been notified that a cougar may have been sighted along Shoreline Trail. It is important that the public be aware of potential cougar and bear encounters at all times. This is also a reminder that if you do encounter a cougar: Stay calm (the cougar is likely just […]

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October has been designated as ‘Domestic Violence Awareness Month’. The Port Moody Police Department Victim Services Unit is supporting the Purple Lights Campaign in the hopes of creating more awareness about domestic violence and its impact on families and the community. The Purple Lights campaign originated in Covington, Washington in 2007 in response to the need […]

Relationship Safe{TEA}

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 10 am – 1 pm:  Port Moody Rec Centre, 300 Ioco Road, Port Moody, BC Relationship Safe{TEA} – Creating  Awareness and Providing Information on Healthy Relationships Please join us for tea and conversation with our community partners who provide services and support to promote healthy and safe relationships.

October – BC Firearms Amnesty

  British Columbians can unload old guns, ammunition – any unwanted firearms or weapons – and ensure they never end up in the hands of criminals during a province wide amnesty Oct. 1-31, 2016. The month-long amnesty will apply to any documented or undocumented firearms and other weapons – including restricted and prohibited ones – […]