Launch of the first national single-window to access crime prevention programs in Canada
“On behalf of all partners committed to crime prevention, I am very pleased to announce the launch of the Crime Prevention Inventory– the first national database of crime prevention programs in Canada. This is an innovative and useful tool for policy makers, practitioners, researchers and volunteers dedicated to preventing crime and making our communities safer. The Crime Prevention Inventory will help individuals and communities use evidence to develop successful, sustainable, and cost-effective approaches to crime prevention that reduce victimization and offending.”
- The Honourable Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
The Crime Prevention Inventory was developed by the Federal, Provincial and Territorial (FPT) Working Group on Crime Prevention as part of the FPT Ministers’ National Action Plan on Crime Prevention.
The National Crime Prevention Strategy provides national leadership on cost-effective ways to prevent and reduce crime among at-risk populations and vulnerable communities by intervening to mitigate the underlying factors that put individuals at risk of offending.
In 2017-2018, close to $43 million was committed to crime prevention projects as part of the National Crime Prevention Strategy.
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