VANCOUVER - April is Auto Crime Enforcement Month in BC and the Integrated Municipal Provincial Auto Crime Team (IMPACT) and Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) are encouraging vehicle owners to help protect their property and “Treat your keys like cash”.
Suzanne Anton, Minister of Justice -
"Our call to action - Treat Your Keys Like Cash - is a reminder to all vehicle owners to be vigilant about safeguarding their vehicle keys, fobs and personal property."
"We all need to do our part to help IMPACT and other police agencies to protect the gains we’ve made in reducing auto crime since 2003."
Inspector Peter Jadis, Officer in Charge of IMPACT -
"Unfortunately, after 10 years of declining auto thefts in British Columbia, we’ve seen the number of thefts increase in 2014. Auto Crime Enforcement Month is an opportunity for us to remind people about the importance of protecting their vehicles."
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