General Reference Materials

IPC Situation Tables Webinar: Survey and Reference Materials

From the IPC's Situation Tables Webinar (Dec 6, 2016): a video presentation and links to other materials of interest.

CBO Engagement in Models of Collaborative Risk-Driven Community Safety.

Communications with early adopter sites of collaborative, risk-driven intervention models of community safety, along with emerging locations in Ontario, have generated significant conversation and questions surrounding the current and potential roles of community-based organizations at situation tables and other mobilization initiatives.

New Directions in Community Safety in Ontario. Full Series of Papers.

A link to the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police website and the Ontario Working Group resource documents.

A Preliminary Impact Assessment of the Prince Albert Hub Model.

The purpose of this report is to provide a preliminary assessment of the impact that Community Mobilization Prince Albert’s (CMPA) Hub has on acutely-elevated risk, and on the efforts of human service professionals to address the composite needs of individuals who are experiencing elevated risk.

The Prince Albert Hub and the Emergence of Collaborative Risk-driven Community Safety.

This article is written from the perspective of two of the principal architects of Community Mobilization Prince Albert (CMPA) and the broader Saskatchewan crime reduction strategies that have gained national and global attention over the past two years.

Hub Interactive Learning Program Trailer

The Community Safety Knowledge Alliance, in partnership with the Ontario Working Group on Collaborative Risk-Driven Community Safety, present The Hub/Situation Table Interactive Learning Program

BPRC "Game Changers" Documentary

BPRC documentary, "Game Changers: The Theory, Practice and Human Story behind the Saskatchewan Breakthrough in Community Safety".

BPRC "Game Changers" Documentary Trailer

Check out the BPRC’s Teaser for the documentary: "Game Changers, The Theory, Practice, and Human Story behind the Saskatchewan Breakthroughs in Community Safety”

An Introduction to the Building Partnerships to Reduce Crime

An animated explanation of the BPRC and it’s flagship Hub and COR - CMPA model

Website and Resources: Community Mobilization Prince Albert

A link to Prince Albert's Community Mobilization website.


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