Back in February 2015, the Church Council on Justice and Corrections (CCJC), released a very promising evaluation report on the...
Maybe even much like February 3rd, 2015... cold, crisp and clear, with a bright full moon.
A group of enthusiastic and passionate community leaders presented the work of the Community Safety and Crime Prevention Council to Waterloo Region Council. At the time, they had been...
We've been in reflection mode this week at the WRCPC office. The time of year lends itself perfectly to this kind of 'look back' at the year that was 2014. I hope you are enjoying your own reflections. And, since we're at it, why don't we do some reflecting together, with the...
I just love this time of January when you get to take a look back at what's been accomplished over the past year, ponder what worked well and scratch your head about what emerged that you never expected.
As we turn the page into 2014, I also love the tradition of digging into...
"I feel responsible....." These are the exact words from a parent following a neighbourhood discussion about youth, drugs and addiction. But it's maybe not the story you are imagining.
In my work as Community Engagement Coordinator with the...
At a recent event to launch the Friends of Crime Prevention network, we were so fortunate to have Alan Quarry, of Quarry Communications, as our guest. Since we're all about positive social change, we asked Alan to wax poetic on the power of...