National Crime Prevention Strategy
Public Safety is currently preparing to launch the next SIP Call for Applications. Due to the transition period following the election we are preparing to launch the Call in early 2020. New information including the exact date of the launch will be posted on our website shortly.
We invite you to register to our mailing list at https://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/cnt/bt/mlng-lst-en.aspx to receive the latest update on Public Safety Canada’s crime prevention program, including updates on the upcoming Call for Applications under SIP.
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 is the policy framework for the implementation of crime prevention interventions in Canada, by providing funding to strategically selected projects that contribute to preventing and reducing crime in Canada and to increasing knowledge about what works in crime prevention.
For more information
Register for the NCPS mailing list to receive updates on the NCPS, including notification on funding opportunities.
Visit the Crime Prevention Funding Programs page
Crime Prevention News Releases
Government of Canada invests in at-risk youth and crime prevention programming in Toronto
March 6, 2020
Minister Monsef - $75-million National Strategy to Combat Human Trafficking announced, Special Advisor appointed
September 4, 2019
Minister Goodale - $75-million National Strategy to Combat Human Trafficking announced, Special Advisor appointed
September 4, 2019
- More Crime Prevention News Releases
Crime Prevention Publications and Reports
- Profile of Canadian Businesses who Report Cybercrime to Police
- Research Summary - Profile of Canadian Businesses who Report Cybercrime to Police
- Measuring Public Attitudes towards the Police – Technical Report
- Research Summary: Behaviours and Beliefs Related to Cannabis Before Legalization: A Public Safety Perspective
- Behaviours and Beliefs Related to Cannabis Before Legalization: A Public Safety Perspective
- More Crime Prevention Publications and Reports
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