Cst. Fitzgerald has been in policing for 28 years and in Langley for 11 or 12 years.  She is one of four community police members in Langley and works out of Walnut Grove.  The Community Police office is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 4:30 and is there to deal with criminal records checks and other services to the community without the need to go to the main office.
The main concern for police in Walnut Grove is break-ins, particularly vehicles, and mail theft.  It is important for the public to report any incidents, as the response from the police is based on where they receive the complaints from. Traffic issues are a concern in Walnut Grove, as in most other areas.  Parts of 88th Avenue are a veritable speedway, but there needs to be a safe place to set up radar before that method of traffic speed enforcement can be utilized. Distracted driving is another issue with drivers and is regularly enforced.
A recent mini-depot camp was put on in Walnut Grove to give youth aged 10 - 12 a chance to have a 3 day training session that introduced them to policing.