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Regional Workshops


On this page you will find all of the documents and presentations from each of the regional crime prevention workshops. Hover over the logos of the municipalities below (or scroll down) for access to the event-specific documents.

Below the event-specific documents, you will find information and documents such as information on Membership, CMNCP, our call for Increased Investment in Crime Prevention, Action Briefs, and a Policy Brief. Click here to view these documents.


Winnipeg – March 17, 2017

Workshop for Manitoba, Saskatoon, Northwest Territories Municipalities


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    Presentation by CMNCP

    Presentation on CMNCP and the importance of evidence-based crime prevention.
     
    Click here to view CMNCP's presentation.

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    Block by Block - Community Safety & Wellbeing Initiative

    Presentation about Block by Block – Community Safety & Wellbeing Initiative.
     
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    Lessons Learned from 30 Years of Trying to Prevent Crime by Rick Linden (University of Manitoba)

    Presentation about lessons learned after 30 years of crime prevention work.
     
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    Winnipeg Safe City Presentation

    Presentation about women’s safety and safe spaces.
     
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    Radio Interview: "Meet the cop who brought down the murder rate in inner-city Glasgow"

    CBC Sunday Edition Interview: Karyn McCluskey & Michael Enright.
     
    Click here to listen the interview.

Surrey – March 10, 2017

Workshop for British Columbia, Alberta, Yukon Municipalities


Toronto – February 3, 2017

Workshop for Ontario Municipalities


Quebec City – January 20, 2017

Workshop for Quebec Municipalities


Halifax – August 30, 2016

Workshop for Atlantic Canada & Nunavut Municipalities


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    Radio Interview: "Meet the cop who brought down the murder rate in inner-city Glasgow"

    CBC Sunday Edition Interview: Karyn McCluskey & Michael Enright.
     
    Click here to listen the interview.


Documents
presented at all workshops


Information on Membership in CMNCP


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    Membership in the Canadian Municipal Network on Crime Prevention

    This document provides information about becoming a member of Canadian Municipal Network on Crime Prevention.
     
    Click here to view the document.

Introduction to CMNCP


Policy Brief


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    Increasing Canadian Investment in Crime Prevention in Municipalities

    CMNCP has developed a policy brief to demonstrate the need for increased investment in crime prevention in municipalities.
     
    Click here to view Policy Brief.

Document on Building Municipal Capacity


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    CMNCP Building Municipal Capacity to Harness Evidence to Prevent Crime

    CMNCP has developed a brief about how municipalities can build their capacity to harness evidence in order to prevent crime.
     
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Action Briefs


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    Recent Development in Effective Crime Prevention - Action Brief (2016.0)

    Municipalities face street violence, violence against women and property crime as well as unsustainable increases in policing costs. Scientific evidence confirms that prevention has reduced these problems. The challenge is getting more investment in prevention in more municipalities.
     
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    Why Invest in Crime Prevention in Municipalities? - Action Brief (2016.1)

    Interpersonal crime does $55 billion in harm to citizens annually. The accumulated evidence justifies smart investments in prevention as the most cost effective way to reduce crime. The majority of Canadians support these investments.
     
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    Major Resources that Provide Evidence on Effective Crime Prevention - Action Brief (2016.2)

    The evidence on what prevents crime is accessible in a guide to politicians on Smarter Crime Control and on major websites. Proven programs are in sectors such as youth and family services, schools and health as well as in policing.
     
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    Examples of Proven Crime Prevention Programs - Action Brief (2016.3)

    Examples of successful prevention programs include outreach to vulnerable youth, support for parents, school curricula focusing on relationships, social prevention from hospital emergency rooms and preventive policing.
     
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    Comprehensive Community Safety Strategies for Delivering Effective Crime Prevention - Action Brief (2016.4)

    Internationally some municipalities have reduced crime by 50% or more by targeting social development and preventive policing into areas of high crime and disadvantage. Their successful strategies included diagnosis and evaluation of results.
     
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    Making Cities Safer - Action Brief (2009)

    This action brief is organized into two major themes. The first theme, series 1: “Invest smartly in safety for the city”, articulates why cities should invest in crime prevention and discusses strategies for ways in which cities can invest in crime prevention. The second theme, series 2: “tackle safety successfully in the city” discusses strategies for improving safety and reducing violence and crime in various populations (i.e., youth and young adults, women, Aboriginal people) as well as reducing property crime and utilizing policing resources more efficiently and effectively.
     
    Click here to view Action Brief.

**Please contact Felix Munger if you are interested in any additional documents.