National Crime Prevention Strategy
The National Crime Prevention Strategy (NCPS) is an integral part of the Government of Canada's continued efforts to tackle crime in order to build stronger, healthier communities.
The NCPS provides a policy framework for the implementation of crime prevention interventions in Canada. It is administered by the National Crime Prevention Centre (NCPC) in the Community Safety and Partnerships Branch of Public Safety Canada, and managed in collaboration with the provinces and territories.
Register for the NCPC mailing list to receive information from the Centre.
Crime Prevention News Releases
Don’t drive high: public awareness campaign launches today
December 5, 2017
Government of Canada helps Egale Canada Human Rights Trust protect themselves from hate-motivated crimes
December 1, 2017
Government of Canada helps Ottawa Muslim Association protect themselves from hate-motivated crimes
November 27, 2017
- More Crime Prevention News Releases
Crime Prevention Publications and Reports
- Research Summary: Programme de suivi intensif de Montréal – Gangs de rue [Montreal Intensive Supervision Program – Street Gangs]
- Crime Prevention - Research Highlights 2017-H02-CP - Community Readiness and Mobilization
- Crime Prevention - Research Highlights 2017-H01-CP – Youth Mental Health, Mental Illness and Crime
- 2016-2017 Evaluation of the National Flagging System Program
- Summary of the 2016-2017 Evaluation of the National Flagging System Program (NFS)
- More Crime Prevention Publications and Reports
- Date modified: