NOVEMBER 8 - 10, 2022


CMNCP’s 2022 conference aims to support urban and rural municipalities, Indigenous communities, agencies, groups, and individuals in their efforts to increase community safety in the communities and neighbourhoods in which they work, live, learn or play.

Join community safety practitioners, people with lived/living experience, service providers, elected officials, and academics in Toronto and online where you will:

  • Learn best practices and gain new insights to solve your community’s safety challenges

  • Network with practitioners, elected officials, people with lived/living experience, researchers, and key community partners

  • Shape the community safety agenda while hearing from other levels of government

  • Exchange and share knowledge that can help strengthen your community’s safety

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CMNCP's annual conference brings together individuals from a range of sectors, disciplines, and career stages, all striving for a common goal: decrease crime and increase community safety and well-being. Participants come from a variety of spaces including:

  • Individuals working in community safety and crime/violence prevention
  • Administrators and managers
  • Elected officials
  • Policy-makers
  • Individuals working in urban, rural, remote, and small communities
  • Academics and researchers
  • Students/trainees
  • Media personnel
  • Anyone with an interest in crime prevention, community safety, and well-being