3RD REPORT OF THE
Safety and Crime Prevention
meeting held on March
23, 2017, commencing at 12:18 PM, in Committee Room #3, Second Floor, London
PRESENT: L. Norman (Chair), J. Bennett, S.
Davis, B. Hall, M. Melling, B. Rankin, M. Sherritt and L. Steel and H. Lysynski
ABSENT: P. Arcese, I. Bielaska-Hornblower, D.
Judson and B. Spearman.
ALSO PRESENT: R. Brittan, D.
Lebold, M. Sands, E. Van Kesteren and J. Walter.
That it BE NOTED that no pecuniary
interests were disclosed.
That it BE NOTED that the Community Safety
and Crime Prevention Advisory Committee (CSCP) received the Federation of
Canadian Municipalities - Diverse Voices for Change Initiative survey.
That it BE NOTED that the 2nd Report of the
Community Safety and Crime Prevention Advisory Committee from its meeting
held on February 22, 2017, was received.
That it BE NOTED that the Municipal Council
resolution adopted at its meeting held on March 2, 2017 with respect to the
1st Report of the Community Safety and Crime Prevention Advisory Committee,
That the following actions be taken with
respect to the 2017 Community Safety Week proposed activities:
attached proposed draft Community Safety Week activities poster BE
AMENDED to include the dates of the Student Social Media Award Ceremony, the
Car Seat Safety event and the Public Input Session;
above-noted poster BE APPROVED in principle; it being noted that event
locations need to be confirmed and additional details are required;
attached proposed draft Online Survey BE APPROVED in principle; it
being noted that the survey questions will be revised and be considered for
approval at the April 27, 2017 Community Safety and Crime Prevention Advisory
Committee meeting; and,
Minutes from the March 10, 2017 Community Safety and Crime Prevention
Advisory Committee Safety Week 2017 Planning Committee, BE RECEIVED.
That it BE NOTED that the Community Safety
and Crime Prevention Advisory Committee (CSCP) heard a verbal presentation
and the attached statistics from D. LeBold, London Fire Department,
with respect to the London Fire Department update, was received.
The meeting adjourned at 1:57 PM.
NEXT MEETING DATE: April
DRAFT # 1 Electronic
Poster Version CONTENT ONLY
CSCP COMMUNITY SAFETY
& CRIME PREVENTION WEEK
City of London
May 1st –
family swimming and water safety Monday to Friday evening at all YMCA pools!
FREE EVENT Click here for more information
for London Police Services rewarding good citizens Monday to Friday –
compliments of the YMCA!
the student contest submissions on Social Media and Online Safety on display at
London Central Public Library! Click here for more information
the week visit your community centres to meet with Neighbourhood Watch
volunteers and learn about keeping your neighbourhood safe and pick up a can of
Graffiti Off! FREE EVENT Click here for more information on dates &
locations LOCATIONS/TIMES TBD
the week Active & Safe Routes to School (ASRTS) with Child Safety Middlesex
London (CSML) presentations with Lafarge Canada at various elementary schools. Click
here for more information on ASRTS and CSML and how your elementary school
can participate next year!
Seniors: Join us for a pizza
lunch and safety presentations from London Fire, EMS, and London Police at
Westmount Public Library, Tuesday, May 2nd from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00
p.m. FREE EVENT Click here for more information
Secondary Students, Educators, and Community Partners: “The Good, the Bad,
and the Ugly – What You Need to Know about Social Media and Online Safety!”;
6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 3rd, Catholic Central High
School, 450 Dundas Street; FREE EVENT opening with free pizza and community
resources; Keynote presentation by Katie Cole; followed by panel presentation,
then Q&A’s; REGISTER EARLY Click here to register
Social Media Winners:
Awards Ceremony to take place in the Stevenson Hunt Room, London Public Central
Library, 7:00 p.m. with refreshments to follow.
with babies, tots, toddlers, and young children: FREE EVENT Visit
the London Car Seat Safety Clinic to make sure your little ones are strapped-in
safely and properly! 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., Thames Valley District School
Board, 1250 Dundas Street, Rear parking lot. Click here for more information
Londoners: PUBLIC INPUT SESSION – Share your thoughts and suggestions on
Community Safety and Crime Prevention in London. Your information will inform
the direction and priorities of the Community Safety and Crime Prevention
Advisory Committee for the City of London. 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., Thames
Valley District School Board, 1250 Dundas Street, Rear entrance. Click here
for more information
Visit us at URLXXXX for more information on Community
Safety and Crime Prevention
Follow the week’s
events on Twitter at #SafeCityLondon
Community Safety and
Crime Prevention Advisory Committee (CSCP)
information collected in this survey will be used to: guide the direction and
priorities of the Community Safety and Crime Prevention Advisory Committee; to
identify areas of public concern; and to inform community partners about public
awareness of safety initiatives within the City of London. No personal
information provided here will be made public.
address, phone number, email
you a: senior, parent, adult, student (suggest just age categories)
you feel safe in the City of London? Y/N, Why?
you feel safe in your neighbourhood? Y/N, Why?
your neighbourhood a Neighbourhood Watch area? Y/N, Do you participate/are you
a member? Y/N, Why?
does Neighbourhood Watch mean to you today?
you feel safe using public transportation? Y/N, Why?
you aware of safety features and services on London Public Transit? Y/N
you feel safe on London roadways? Y/N, Why?
applicable, do you feel safe allowing your child/children to walk to school?
your child’s/children’s school have a school travel plan? Y/N/Do not know; If
yes – does your child/children follow it?
applicable, do you feel safe riding your bicycle or family members riding their
bicycles in London? Y/N, Why?
you have a Fire Safety Plan implemented in your home? Y/N; Would you like more
information on Fire Safety Plans? Y/N
you aware of the requirements for Smoke Alarms and Carbon Monoxide sensors
within your home? Y/N; Does your home meet the requirements? Y/N/Do not know
you aware of Emergency Preparedness within the City of London? Y/N; Do you have
your own Emergency Preparedness plan? Y/N
you aware of the safety measures and services in place for the citizens of
London? Y/N; If yes, please list which measures/services
you aware of London Community Safety and Crime Prevention Week? Y/N
you aware that the Community Safety and Crime Prevention Advisory Committee
(CSCP) meets most months – except July and August – and the meetings are open
to the Public? Y/N
you aware that the following groups have representation on the CSCP committee:
London Fire Department, Neighbourhood Watch, Active and Safe Routes to School,
Child Safety Middlesex-London, YMCA Children’s Safety Village, London Public
Library, Middlesex London Health Unit, Emergency Medical Services
Middlesex-London (EMS), London District Catholic School Board, Thames Valley
District School Board, Thames Valley Home and School Association, and
members-at-large representing seniors, students, the Council of Women, and
interested citizens? Y/N
Do you feel there should be representation on the CSCP from City
Council? Y/N, Why?
Do you feel there should be representation on the CSCP from Police
Services? Y/N; Why?
Do you belong to an organization that is not represented on the
CSCP and feel should be? Y/N Why?
additional safety measures or services would you like to see in London?
there any items listed above you would like more information on?
areas of concern would you like the Community Safety and Crime Prevention
Advisory Committee to review and make recommendations on to City Council?