The Calgary Police Service maintains a crime mapping website to involve community members in every effort to keep Calgary safe for its citizens and visitors http://crimemap.calgarypolice.ca/
The Calgary Police Service has a free community automated notification system called “The Hub”. The Hub Messaging System will send informative messages prepared and delivered through the Calgary Police Service ranging from city events to safety notifications and emergency incidents using email, voice, or text messaging delivery options. All Evergreen residents and businesses are encouraged to register and create a profile for the types of messages they wish to receive and how. For further information and to register to the Hub Messaging System see: http://www.calgary.ca/cps/Pages/The-Hub.aspx
Police cannot be everywhere all of the time; Calgarians are the eyes and ears police rely on.
For an injury/medical emergency or any crime in progress, call 9-1-1 immediately.
Calgary Police Service non-emergency line: 403-266-1234
Calgary Police Service non-emergency line District 8: 403-428-6800
Tips of the Month Vehicle theft, theft from vehicles, and residential break-ins continue. Many of these are crimes-of-opportunity and are preventable.
Always keep your vehicle locked, and ensure that any/all valuables, change, gifts are completely out of sight. Don't leave anything visible in your car.
Never leave your garage door opener in your vehicle — even if your vehicle is parked on your own driveway. Anyone who breaks into your car then also has an easy way to get into your garage and house.
Always take your car keys and vehicle registration with you. Never leave your vehicle running unattended; a locked car door is not a deterrent.
Make sure your garage overhead door is always fully closed. Ensure that all your property (bikes, toys, garden tools) is safely locked away. It takes only seconds for someone to take property from your garage or to access your house via your garage.
Have a friend/neighbor check on your house daily when you are away. Make your house look occupied whenever you are away; have your newspapers/flyers picked up and your landscaping and snow removal attended to.
Check the security of all your windows and always close/lock them especially when you are away.
Did you know most vehicle automatic day-time running lights do not turn on the red tail lights? Don't just get in and drive -- turn on your lights manually so your vehicle can be seen from the back. It's a good habit to get into (even during the day) and can save lives.