Anti-Gang Unit Seeks Local Government Engagement

The Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of British Columbia (CFSEU-BC), as part of its commitment to public engagement, collaboration and education, is providing local governments an opportunity to learn more about gang violence in their communities.

CFSEU-BC Chief Superintendent Kevin Hackett, a panel member in UBCM’s convention study session Gang Violence in Our Communities, is available to present to interested local governments. Some of the topics include: the purpose of the CFSEU-BC and how it fits into the BC policing system; the Provincial Tactical Enforcement Priority (PTEP) program; and the CFSEU-BC-led End Gang Life gang prevention, education, and public engagement initiative. To request a presentation, local governments may contact Staff Sergeant Lindsey Houghton at (778) 290-3099.

Composed of members from police departments throughout the Province, CFSEU is British Columbia’s “integrated anti-gang police agency”. This 400-member unit works to educate the public, prevent youth and adults from joining gangs, and investigate and prosecute gangs and other criminal organizations.

Meta Navigation