Mandate (new in 2014):
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Advise on crime prevention and community safety matters affecting police services across the country. Provide leadership in adopting and promoting a comprehensive, inclusive approach addressing the root causes of crime and social disorder.
- Identify new models of collaborative and integrated approaches for community safety, health and well-being;
- Transfer knowledge and advocate for a better understanding of crime prevention through social development;
- Encourage outreach and education to garner support for crime prevention, community safety and well-being;
- Advance on emerging issues.
Significant Accomplishments 2017-2018
- National Framework for Collaborative Police Action on Intimate Partner Violence (IPV):
- Developed and maintained communications through letters to Chiefs, as well as meetings and presentations with provincial and territorial ministries.
- Supported the implementation of provincial strategies in Saskatchewan and New Brunswick;
- Worked with Chief Paulson (Dryden, ON) to get better context and understanding of IPV from the aboriginal perspective.
- Prepared a national survey on the use and impact of the national IPV framework which was released in late third quarter of 2018.
- Continued work with Telus on protection against cybercrime.
- Examined HUB models throughout Canada for the development of a compendium of best practice guidelines.
Initiatives Planned for 2019
- Release a national survey on interpersonal violence.
- Continue work with Telus to educate Canadians on ways to protect themselves against cybercrime.
- Examine various “HUB” models throughout Canada to develop a compendium of best practice guidelines.
- Examine opportunities to promote and advance community safety planning.