Immediate access to police, fire, and medical services during life-threatening emergencies


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A navigating service who connect people to different community resources such as housing support, mental health, legal, food and shelter, etc.

Frequently Asked Questions

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What other services does the Chinese Community Policing Centre provide?


We are a cultural based organization. We provide Mandarin and Cantonese interpretation and translation services for criminal related, non-emergency matters. We also provide victim services for victims of crime.

Should I call the Chinese Community Policing Centre during an emergency?


No. For emergency situations, please call 911.

What is a community policing centre?


The role of a community policing centre is to bridge the gap between the general public and the resource providers. We are like a middle person connecting the client to resources depending on the situation and client’s needs.

Is the Chinese Community Policing Centre affiliated with China?


No. We are a local non-profit charity organization in Vancouver. We do not have any connection with China.

Is the Chinese Community Policing Centre a police station?


No. Chinese Community Policing Centre is a local non-profit, civilian organization. None of our staff members are sworn police officers. We work closely with the Vancouver Police Department as a agency partner.

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