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|Crime Prevention is Everybody's Responsibility!
The Cochrane Foothills Protective Association is a voluntary, community-operated registered charity that serves as a Rural Crime Watch group within the Cochrane and West Airdrie (west of Highway 2) RCMP Detachment rural areas. This area includes the west portion of Rockyview County, the eastern part of the Municipal District of Bighorn and a part of the Kananaskis Improvement District. Click here to see a detailed listing of communities served within this area.
We work with the police and our partners in educating the public on how they can help prevent crime in their communities and rural areas by facilitating but not limited to the following:
For the purpose of crime prevention, the group organizes and implements programs based on community policing principles. Crime is least likely to occur in a community where people are alert to the potential for crime and willing to look out for each other and work closely with their police force.
That is what our more than 225 members believe.
|© Cochrane Foothills Protective Association
Photo courtesy of Jane Bleaney
|Website updated January 9, 2019|