Public Safety Strategy
With four priority areas, 16 objectives and 76 actions, the Public Safety Strategy pushes the municipality and its partners to think and act upstream, or systemically and holistically about the complex, multiple, and interconnected roots of crime, victimization, safety and wellbeing. The Public Safety Advisor oversees the implementation of the actions in the strategy through collaboration and partnerships with internal and external stakeholders and provides advice on locally informed, evidence-based approaches to community safety and wellbeing to further advance the strategy’s goals. Each year, the office provides a report to Regional Council on progress to date:
Public Safety Strategy Annual Report 2018
Public Safety Strategy Annual Report 2019
The Public Safety Office includes the Public Safety Advisor (Amy Siciliano), a Community Developer (Lillian Ash), a Community Mobilization Coordinator (Aisha Hum) and a Community Safety intern (Brandy Whitford). Together, they lead two Public Safety Office initiatives:
The Community Mobilization Teams
See the Community Mobilization Teams poster for a breakdown of what we do.