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Stay safe this holiday season! Burlington dispatch for month of Oct.

Every month, the city is informed about traffic information and crime prevention that has occurred the last 30 days. For the month of October in Ward 2, approximately 102 charges and warnings were issued regarding traffic; 3 impaired drivers were arrested; 10 traffic complaints were received; and 21 property damage and personal injury collisions occurred.

Saturday, October 28, TD Bank (located at 500 Guelph Line in Burlington) was robbed. The suspect was arrested October 30.

Tips and information are provided in the October issue of the Burlington dispatch regarding holiday crime prevention for businesses, how to keep your neighbourhoods safe, and preventing vehicle theft.

The Dispatch also provides crime statistics about all areas of the city, broken down by Ward boundaries.

For more information, and to view the entire PDF see: Dispatch – October 2017.

Keep your family safe this holiday season!

Amy Wallace

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