Current Date/Time: September 24th 2017

Atlantic Community Safety Association Home Page

NOTICE:

WE HAVE A NEW NAME -

The Atlantic Community Safety Association (ACSA)!!!

Welcome to the website of the Atlantic Community Safety Association (ACSA). The ACSA was formerly known as the Atlantic Coordinating Committee on Crime Prevention and Community Safety (ACC). The ACSA is a unique partnership of individuals and organizations committed to building safer communities. Each Atlantic province is represented on the ACSA by people from the criminal justice system, law enforcement agencies, crime prevention organizations, public legal information associations, provincial governments, as well as federal government department and agencies. The ACSA has worked without core funding for over twenty years to organize annual crime prevention conferences and influence policy development. The ACSA has no permanent staff and work is done through volunteer commitment, in-kind support and project funding.

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Public Safety CanadaCurious about effective crime prevention programs in our region?
The National Crime Prevention Centre (NCPC) has developed a document that describes these innovative, promising and model crime prevention programs. To find out more, go to http://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/res/cp/res/2008-pcpp-eng.aspx

Does your gender or neighbourhood affect your fear of crime? Find out in this report!

Crime Free Multi-Housing Program

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Crime Free Multi-Housing Program