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7 26TH ANNUAL CRIME PREVENTION GUIDE MESSAGE FROM THE PUBLISHER This 26th Annual Crime Prevention Guide covers the potential consequences of Domestic Terrorism, focusing on the radicalization of our youth which can lead to acts of violence and terrorism, such as the tragic 2014 police shootings in Moncton, NB and the thwarted attack at Nova Scotia’s Halifax Shopping Centre. This publication is designed to educate and promote the public’s role in identifying and reporting potential Domestic Terrorism, and is made possible as a result of financial contributions from residents and business representatives throughout the province to support the activities of the PEI Police Association and allows them to give back to their communities through donations to various local charities and youth-oriented programs. On behalf of the PEI Police Association, I would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank each and every contributor of our 2015 Telephone Appeal. This unique publication is distributed free-of-charge each year to schools, libraries and public facilities and it is also available online at www.peipolice.com, making it easily accessible to everyone. Your comments or suggestions regarding these publications are always welcome and we look forward to speaking with you each year during our Annual Telephone Appeal. “Providing quality, professional marketing and fundraising services on behalf of high-profile, non-profit organizations across Canada.” www.fenety.com 1-800-561-4422

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