Community Crime Prevention 2017 Calendar of Events

March 6 - 12

Stop the Sexual Exploitation of Children and Youth Awareness Week

For more information see:

March 21

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

For more information, visit the United Nations website.

April 16 - 22

Prevention of Violence Against Women Week

Contact Victim Services and Crime Prevention for more information.

April 23 - 29

National Volunteer Week

For more information, see Volunteer Canada website.

May 15 - 21

National Police Week

For more information, see the Royal Canadian Mounted Police website.

May 25

National Missing Children's Day

For more information, see the Canada's Missing website.

May 28 - June 3

Victims and Survivors of Crime Week

Please see Justice Canada Policy Centre for Victim Issues website.

June 15

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

For more information, see the B.C. Association of Community Response Network website.

June 21

National Aboriginal Day

For more information, please visit the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada website.

June 23

National Day of Remembrance of Victims of Terrorism

For more information, see the National Day of Remembrance for Victims of Terrorism webpage.

September 25 - 29

Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM) Convention

For more information, see the Union of British Columbia Municipalities website.

October

Child Abuse Prevention Month

For more information, see the CMAS website.

November 1 - 7

Crime Prevention Week

Please visit the BC Crime Prevention Association website.

November 19 - 26

Restorative Justice Week

For more information, please visit the Correctional Service of Canada website.

November 25

International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

For more information, visit the United Nations website.

December 2

International Day of the Abolition of Slavery

For more information, see the United Nations website.

December 6

Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

For more information, please visit the Status of Women Canada website.

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