To participate in the BCAA Road Safety Foundation (BCAA RSF) School Safety Program, your school must have a designated school administrator or teacher to coordinate the program. The BCAA RSF provides training tools, equipment and resources to support the school coordinator. The coordinator is responsible for:
- Recruiting students
- Obtaining parent/guardian consent
- Patrol team supervision
- Student recognition
- Patrol training
BCAA RSF offers its School Safety Patrol Program free of charge to BC elementary schools.
These pages will guide you through the specifics required to start or support your School Safety Patrol program:
- Working Together
- Role of the School Safety Patrol
- School Authorization
- Crosswalk Assessment and Location
- Safety Patrol Equipment
- Choosing patrollers
- Morale Building and Recognition
BCAA RSF School Safety Patrol membership is an honoured and privileged position which requires the support and leadership of the school community. The BCAA Road Safety Foundation applauds the efforts, dedication and commitment of schools that make road safety a priority.