Municipalities of French River, Killarney Markstay-Warren and St-Charles
211/Crime Stoppers Billboard initiative
COMMUNITY POLICING ADVISORY COMMITTEE
(FRENCH RIVER-MARKSTAY WARREN-KILLARNEY-ST-CHARLES, ON) – Members of Community Policing Advisory Committee (CPAC) would like to invite you to our official launch on September 14, 2015 at 10 am. The event will be held at the St Charles Community Centre in the town of St Charles. Several municipal initiatives will be unveiled during this launch.
In partnership with the Noelville Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), CPAC creates opportunities to utilize preventative strategies and enhance the use of available resources. CPAC is comprised of municipal leaders who work in a consultative process in identifying, prioritizing, and problem-solving of community issues and concerns.
Consultative processes assist communities in directing the appropriate resource to address the issue at hand. Meeting the needs of the community in an efficient and effective way, with the right agency, is essential in providing a streamlined service delivery model to all community members.
COMMUNITY POLICING ADVISORY COMMITTEE - CPAC
(FRENCH RIVER-MARKSTAY WARREN-KILLARNEY-ST-CHARLES, ON) - Les membres du COMMUNITY POLICING ADVISORY COMMITTEE - CPAC aimeraient vous inviter à notre lancement officiel le 14 Septembre, 2015 au 10 heures.
L'événement aura lieu au Centre communautaire de St Charles, 20 rue casimir, St Charles. Plusieurs initiatives municipales seront dévoilées lors de ce lancement.
En partenariat avec la Police provinciale de l'Ontario Noëlville (OPP), CPAC crée des opportunités pour utiliser des stratégies de prévention et d'améliorer de l'utilisation des ressources disponibles. CPAC est composé de dirigeants municipaux qui travaillent dans un processus de consultation dans l'identification, la priorisation et la résolution des problèmes et des préoccupations communautaires.
Le procès de consultation aide les communautés à diriger la ressource appropriée pour adresser les préoccupations courant. Répondre aux besoins de la communauté d'une manière efficiente et efficace avec la bonne agence est essentiel en fournissant un modèle rationalisé de service simplifié à tous les membres de la communauté.
Key features of 211:
- Easy to remember, non-emergency phone number that provides quick access to information and referral to community, social, health and government services
- Always answered by a person
- Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by phone or online
- Offers multilingual phone services
- Available to people who are deaf, deafened or hard of hearing via TTY
Key Features of Crime Stoppers programs:
Crime Stoppers is a non-profit organization that takes calls from people who want to report a crime and wish to remain totally anonymous. Crime Stoppers is one way that citizens can assist police by calling information into their local Crime Stoppers office and never having to identify themselves or testify in court.
Crime Stoppers will take any information that will help Law Enforcement solve crime as well as help in the seizure of illicit drugs, recover stolen property, or help in the location of missing person. Remember if you have information that can help stop a crime before it happens 222-TIPS (222-8477) or 1-800-222-8477 are the numbers to call 24-hours a day 7-days a week or click here to use our secure on line form 24-hours a day 7-days a week .
Crime Stoppers takes information phoned or submitted to our secure tip line anonymously and passes it along to the investigators at the appropriate law enforcement agency. (Greater Sudbury Police Services, OPP, RCMP, Aboriginal Police Services, MNR, etc). The “TIPSTER” is never identified but is assigned a code number. The tip is investigated. The police will inform Crime Stoppers on how the case is progressing so it is important for the caller to call back for an update on the case during regular business hours.
CPAC - Mission Statement
The Community Advisory Committee (CPAC) acts to develop and maintain a partnership between the municipalities of French River, Killarney, Markstay-Warren and St-Charles and the Ontario Provincial Police, Noelville/Warren/Killarney Detachment in order to identify and resolve community and individual concerns related to public safety.
CPAC - Purpose
- Foster communications between the community and the community policing services;
- Assist in identifying and resolving crime and safety problems through planning and mobilizing of community resources; - Provide opportunities for citizens to participate in community policing initiatives;
- Contribute to development of local crime prevention strategies and activities;
- Disseminate crime prevention and crime related information to the community at large;
- Encourage a sense of pride and a strong commitment to improving the quality of life and safety in the community.