"… long-held definitions of crime, poverty and addiction—to name a few … led to institutional silos that protected and promoted certain definitions of social problems. The Hub model implemented in Prince Albert … supported heavily by the Government of Saskatchewan … has opened the door for innovative thinking, collective problem-solving and relationship-building among different human service professionals. In addition to collaboration, the focus on risk has brought added value to human service efforts … [and] … an emphasis on direct, multi-faceted intervention has increased client access to a variety of services and supports. Ultimately, these changes represent a total paradigm shift in public safety and wellness."
An Except from Dr. Chad Nilson, A Preliminary Impact Assessment on the Prince Albert Hub, 2014
There are now several highly knowledgeable architects and innovators who have been involved in the early proving stages of these new and promising models of community safety. As interest in emulating and adapting their early experience continues to grow across Canada, into the US, and beyond, so too does the need to make the right connections.
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“I was pleased to have been invited to speak at the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association annual conference in Philadelphia, July 2014. As our pending, chartered relationship with Penn State University continues to take shape, we are pleased to offer the following initial resources to address the immediate information needs of interested communities in the USA.”
Public Document released by the Government of Saskatchewan, 2011 Click to view
Website and Resources: Building Partnerships to Reduce Crime Click to view
Website and Resources: Community Mobilization Prince Albert Click to view
An Introduction to the Building Partnerships to Reduce Crime 14-minute multi-media presentation Click to view
Game Changers Documentary Trailer Click to view
The CMPA Hub Report 2013 Click to view
The CMPA Hub Report 2012 Click to view
Hub Interactive Learning Program Trailer Click to view
McFee, D.R. and Taylor, N.E. (2014). The Prince Albert Hub and the Emergence of Collaborative Risk-driven Community Safety. Click to view
Nilson, C. (2014). A Preliminary Impact Assessment of the Prince Albert Hub Model. Click to view
Russell, H.C. and Taylor, N. E. (2014). New Directions in Community Safety in Ontario. Full Series of Papers. Click to view
Russell, H.C. and Taylor, N. E. (2014). An Interpretive Guide for Information Sharing in Ontario (in the context of collaborative, risk-driven community safety). Click to view
Waller, I. (2014). Smarter Crime Control: A Guide for Safer Futures for Cities, Communities and Politicians Click to view
ISIS (2012). Full Circle Community Safety: A Model that will Change the Conversation about Policing Economics and Performance. Click to view
ISIS (2014). Mental Illness and the System: Deconstructing the Too-frequent Journey from Individual to Patient to Offender. Click to view
ISIS (2009). The Intervention Zone: Youth Violence and its Extremes in Canada: Prevention and Enforcement in a New Zone of Opportunity Click to view