Kim Capri

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Kim Capri is a Vancouver, British Columbia city councillor who was elected as a member of Non-Partisan Association in 2005.[1] She sought reelection in the Vancouver municipal election, 2008. As a city councillor, she has focused on reducing crime, reducing homelessness, and building a vibrant local economy.

She was previously head of the Vancouver John Howard Society, and the Executive Director of the British Columbia Crime Prevention Association. Kim Capri was also the Chief Operating Officer of the British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. She has also worked as a parole officer, caseworker, and manager of halfway houses. She has a degree in criminology.

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  1. ^ Smith, Charlie (March 30, 2008). "NPA's Kim Capri supports ID-scanning software". Straight.com ( (Vancouver). Retrieved 6 July 2012.