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The City of Hamilton and community partners are working to develop a Community Safety and Well-Being (CSWB) Plan.
Under the Province's Safer Ontario Act, 2018 municipalities are required to develop a Community Safety & Well-being Plan using the provincial government’s Community Safety and Well-Being Framework.
The aim of the Community Safety and Well-Being plan is to ensure all residents in the community feel safe, has a sense of belonging and can meet their needs for education, healthcare, food, housing, income, and social and cultural expression.
Community Safety and Well-Being plans support safe and healthy communities through a community-based approach to address root causes of complex social issues. Planning seeks to achieve a proactive, balanced and collaborative approach to community safety and well-being across four key areas: social development, prevention, risk intervention, and incident response.
Community safety and well-being cannot be addressed in isolation by any one institution, organization, sector, or individual; it needs all our collective action. Collective community wisdom is needed to better understand individual safety and well-being risks, and to come up with creative solutions and ideas to tackle complex issues facing Hamilton. Throughout the planning process the thoughts, ideas, opinions of our various institutions, service providers, communities, and the general public will shape the plan, priorities, and strategies and actions.
We want your feedback!
Hamilton’s Community Safety and Well-Being Plan development is overseen by an advisory committee which both meets legislative requirements and brings together various sectors’ perspectives to provide strategic advice and direction to the City on the development and implementation of the plan.
- Banyan Community Services
- Coalition of Hamilton Indigenous Leadership
- City of Hamilton (Children’s Services and Neighbourhood Development; Public Health Services)
- Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion
- Hamilton Health Sciences
- Hamilton Police Services
- Hamilton Wentorth District School Board
- McMaster Institute for Healthier Environments
- McMaster University
- Mohawk College
- St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton
- Woman Abuse Working Group
Reports and Documents
- Community Safety and Well-Being Planning Framework: A Shared Commitment in Ontario
- Information Report : Hamilton’s Community Safety and Well-Being Plan (December 2019)
- Information Update: Community Safety and Well-Being Plan (City Wide)
Senior Project Manager
Email: [email protected]
Phone Number: 905-526-2424 x7857
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