‘Lock It OR Lose It’: Police in Ontario set to size up drivers’ crime prevention smarts

With holiday shopping in full swing, police forces across the province are reminding the public to “lock it or lose it.”READ MORE: RCMP officer, volunteers use flyers to remind Halifax drivers to keep valuables hiddenThe campaign, organized by the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP), was launched Thursday morning at Yorkdale Shopping Centre in Toronto.“Locking your vehicle and keeping valuables such as GPS and mobile devices, laptops, shopping bags, money and credit cards out of sight can go a long way in deterring criminal activities,” said Kimberly Greenwood, the OACP’s first vice-president and chief of the Barrie Police Service.[embedded content]

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