Stop rising crimes in the City of Richmond, BC Canada!
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In recent months, we, the residents of Richmond, particularly those of us who have frequently used the city's public facilities (Minoru Aquatic Center, Minoru Arenas, and Minoru Park) and parked our cars at the parking lots around these facilities, had either directly become the victims of personal belongings theft or of car break-in or heard about friends or neighbors unfortunately experiencing theft or car break-ins in and around these facilities. These incidents of theft and car break-in have substantially diminished our sense of security and enjoyment when we use these facilities. We are concerned of the value of our belongings and our cars, and to some extent even of our personal safety, especially since the safety situations in and around these facilities do not seem to get better, despite the fact that these incidents had been reported to the Richmond RCMP.
As responsible Richmondites, we will be more vigilant and careful when we visit these public facilities and park our cars at the city-owned parking lots, but we also want to urge the mayor and councilors of the city of Richmond to pay special attention to this issue and to take concrete measures (for example, organizing public safety awareness events, installing LED lights or/and more surveillance cameras at these parking lots, and increasing police or/and volunteer patrol, etc.) to deter, reduce, and prevent criminal activities in and around these facilities.
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