CompStat Alert – February 1-14, 2017

HOTSPOT 1: Port Coquitlam: Broadway St in the west, Kingsway Ave in the east and Kebet Way in the south.

Criminal activity in this hotspot during the reporting time frame:

  • Business break and enters; occurring primarily Thursday to Sunday.
  • Theft of vehicles.
  • Theft from vehicles.


Here are three simple things you can do to help the Coquitlam RCMP build safe, secure communities:

  • Join your local Block Watch group.
  • If you see criminal or suspicious activity, report it. We may not send an
    officer immediately, but we need your information to know what is going
    on in our jurisdiction. Call 604-945-1550 for non-emergencies and 911 for
    emergencies. Both lines are staffed 24/7.
  • Follow #CQCompStat on Twitter, like us on Facebook for up-to-date alerts
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Tips for protecting yourself against crimes listed above:

Residential break and enters:

Vehicle crime:

  • Lock vehicle doors and close windows.
  • Take your garage opener out of your vehicle when it’s parked on the street. If stolen, your garage door opener gives thieves access to the contents of your garage and potentially to your home.
  • Don’t leave briefcases, purses and backpacks that may contain wallets, identification, laptops, cell phones and other valuables unattended in your vehicle. Not even for a moment. Not even locked in your trunk or glove box. You never know when a criminal is around looking for an opportunity. But you can rest assured that thieves know to check the trunk and glove box if they don’t see anything out in the open.
  • Don’t leave your valet key, spare key or house keys inside the vehicle.
  • Find out more ways to protect yourself from vehicle crime.

Break and enters to underground parking garages & storage lockers:

If you see something…say something

The Coquitlam RCMP urges area residents to call 604-945-1550 to report anything suspicious and to call 9-1-1 to report crime in progress. The information you provide to us, no matter how minor it seems to be, is very valuable and we need your help to keep our community safe.

Visit our website for information on joining Coquitlam RCMP’s Block Watch.