Three Hills RCMP countering license plate thefts, benefitting local victim services program

Call it a win-win: Three Hills Victim Services program raised over $1,700 and the RCMP took a significant first step to reduce licence plate thefts. Sgt. Jamie Day, left, and Cst. Pouria Samimi provided theft-deterring screws last Wed. April 7, at the Three Hills Detachment. Over 200 vehicles were serviced by Three Hills members and office staff, Kneehill and Red Deer County peace officers, Victim Services and community volunteers.  Victim Services Program Manager Carolyn Kung said money raised supports victims and trains volunteer advocates. ECA Review/David Nadeau
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Call it a win-win: Three Hills Victim Services program raised over $1,700 and the RCMP took a significant first step to reduce licence plate thefts. Sgt. Jamie Day, left, and Cst. Pouria Samimi provided theft-deterring screws last Wed. April 7, at the Three Hills Detachment. Over 200 vehicles were serviced by Three Hills members and office staff, Kneehill and Red Deer County peace officers, Victim Services and community volunteers.  Victim Services Program Manager Carolyn Kung said money raised supports victims and trains volunteer advocates.

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