TORONTO, Feb. 24, 2012 /CNW/ - The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) will kick off its 2012 Crime Prevention Campaign, which will focus on the dangers of cybercrimes - on-line fraud, lottery e-mail scams, identity theft, "phishing" on-line scams, etc. - on February 27, just before the start of Fraud Prevention Month (March 2012).
The OACP President will also address the police community's support for Bill C-30 and specifically how it would boost law enforcement's crime prevention capabilities.
2012 OACP Crime Prevention Campaign Media Event
|Date:||Monday, February 27, 2012|
|Location:|| One King West Hotel
1 King Street West, Toronto
(southwest corner of King Street and Yonge Street)
Melinda Gallery, 3rd Floor (use "historic" elevators)
|Attendees:|| Matt Torigian
Chief of Police, Waterloo Regional Police Service
| Andrew Fletcher
Deputy Chief, Halton Regional Police Service
Chair, OACP Crime Prevention Committee
Police leaders and officers from the OPP and municipal police services will be joined by corporate supporters to kick off the OACP's annual province-wide crime prevention campaign - a public education initiative to help empower citizens to stay safe.
Free Parking for Members of the Media:
Free underground valet parking (up to small SUVs) will be available at the hotel (entrance on Melinda Street, between Wellington Street and King Street). Free underground parking (larger vehicles) will also be available at Commerce Court (entrance on north side of Wellington Street, just past Yonge Street). Parking vouchers will be provided at the event.
For further information:
Director of Government Relations & Communications
T. (416) 926-0424 ext. 22
C. (416) 919-9798
E. [email protected]