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Surrey RCMP Provides Parent Helpline To Give Information About Potential Warning Signs Involving Youth

Darpan News Desk, 14 Jan, 2020

    The Surrey RCMP Parent Helpline provides assistance to parents who are concerned about their children becoming involved in illegal activities.


    Through this helpline, parents can get in touch with the Surrey RCMP’s specialized youth officers and youth counsellors who will be able to assist them with resources, police information, and intervention services.


    Parents who call the helpline and leave a message stating their name, phone number, and concern will have their call returned within 24 hours between Monday and Friday. English, Punjabi and French staff will be available.


    Residents are reminded that the Parent Helpline is not a replacement for calling the non-emergency line (604-599-0502) if they need to report a crime, or 911 for crimes in progress or life-threatening situations.

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