1103, 2015

How To Prevent Internet Fraud

Financial institutions around the world have always been subject to attempts by criminals to try and defraud money from the institution and their customers. These attempts to defraud can occur via a number of methods e.g. credit card fraud, telephone banking and also Internet scams.

Two examples […]

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1103, 2015

Moving Safety

Here are a few safety tips that you can adapt to your own situation in order to ensure a safe move.

Before D day:

Tell trusted neighbours the exact date you will be leaving and let them know whether you will be using the […]

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1103, 2015

Keep Your Bike Safe

1. Register your bike with us.
The serial number is the only thing connecting you to the bike.

2. Lock it or Lose it!
Always lock your bicycle, even if you are just leaving it for 30 seconds.
Lock you bike correctly see How to lock your Bike http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9bAv1ujPXs
Store your bike inside your workplace, secure garage, gated locker and […]

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1103, 2015

Day Camp Monitor

If your child has gone to a day camp in NDG or Côte des Neiges over the past decade, then you probably owe Prevention NDG crime prevention counsellor Joseph Lambert a big thank you.

Each spring, Lambert meets with the staff of the borough’s day camps, making sure they have all the tools to keep their […]

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1103, 2015

Vacation Safety

Travel with peace of mind and leave your worries behind. What a nice way to spend your vacation! Here are a few tips from Tandem CDN/NDG, Montreal’s support program for citizen action in urban security, to help you relax and enjoy your few days or weeks of rest. These […]

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603, 2015

Security…. at home!

Living in a safe home is possible! Here follows basic advice provided by Tandem Montréal, the municipal crime prevention program.

An occupied home:

Most burglaries happen when the owners of the home are out, even during the day. When leaving your home, make sure the house looks occupied. Leaving the lights, radio or television on can

deter burglars. Also, be […]

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