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Evaluation of Vancouver Police Department’s beach patrol program.

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Canadian Policing Research Catalogue

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1 online resource (35 pages)

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"Vancouver police Department Planning, Research & Audit Section."
"September 22, 2010."
"Report prepared by the Organizational Planning Unit."
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The Planning, Research & Audit (PR&A) Section was asked to complete an evaluation of the Vancouver Police Department’s (VPD) Beach Patrol program for the summer of 2010. The evaluation was to provide an assessment on the overall effectiveness of the increased police presence on Vancouver’s beaches as well as to gather and assess results from the public opinion and Vancouver Park Board employee surveys. A specific focus on the use of Beach Patrol’s All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) was also to be included.

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