Crime Prevention

Savvy Seniors of Peel - 2017 Fall edition

Crime Prevention in Ontario has been defined by the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services as "The anticipation, recognition and appraisal of a crime risk and the actions taken - including the integrated community leadership required - to remove or reduce it". Crime Prevention Services is committed to community based policing principles and community partnerships. The unit is proud to be partnered with the Safe City Mississauga crime prevention association. The partnership offers unique opportunities for both police and citizens to learn from each other and also join together to make our cities a safe place for families to live, work and play in. Our approach requires the community to work alongside police to create Community Safety and Well Being Together. It is through engaged partnerships, meaningful collaboration and relevant outcomes that together we all benefit.

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In an ever changing and fast paced world, Crime Prevention Services (CPS) is always looking different ways to interact and connect with the community we serve. In this regard, CPS has created an App for iPads and iPhones, it is in the form of a Trivia game that uses common Crime Prevention topics to educate and engage the community. You can test your knowledge by visiting our display at community events or download the App from the App Store. Search for "Peel Crime Prevention" in the App Store and let the learning begin!

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View our Crime Prevention Services events calendar!


Crime prevention is a shared responsibility between the community and the police. Crime Prevention Services is the research and policy centre for prevention programs and strategies at PRP. The Unit offers programs to support citizens and commercial businesses in protecting their families, homes and workplace.

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