Canadian Policing Research Catalogue

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Canadian Policing Research Catalogue






Includes bibliographical references.


1 online resource (80, 6 pages) : colour illustrations, tables


"November 2014".
"Neil Price Project Director".


During the summer of 2014, the Community Assessment of Police Practices (CAPP) research project surveyed over 400 community members across 31 Division in order to determine community satisfaction with policing during the June to August, 2014 time period, measure the impact of the Community Contacts policy, and make recommendations for changes or improvements to the Community Contacts policy. We canvassed high-traffic areas throughout six neighbourhoods in 31 Division, and we targeted our survey dissemination throughout Toronto Community Housing communities and via an online survey. Guided by a community advisory committee, CAPP also held two community forums in 31 Division to allow members of the community to respond to the research, and to propose solutions that could improve police-community relations.


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