Community Safety and Well-being Plan

Working together to ensure access to services and supports that advance safety, connectedness and well-
being for all Peel residents.

Regional Council adopted the Community Safety and Well-being Plan on Oct. 22, 2020. The plan will focus on tackling family violence, mental health and addictions issues and systemic discrimination. Across all areas there will be a focus on the needs of youth and families in our community. These topics impact all of us and require a comprehensive approach to create meaningful change.

The plan is a collaborative effort between 25 organizations, including emergency services, school boards, health and social service providers and governments, and our community.

Community input is vital to creating a meaningful plan. We are committed to ensuring the voices of residents are heard. In mid-2020, we hosted a variety of engagement sessions with youth, families and service providers in Peel and encouraged people to share their stories. The wisdom, ideas and stories collected are being incorporated into the plan. More information about the plan and the results of the community consultation can be found at peelregion.ca/community-safety-wellbeing-plan. Thanks to all those who contributed.

Vision of Peel's CSWB Plan

Peel is a safe, inclusive and connected community where all residents thrive.

Mission of Peel's CSWB Plan

We will work together to ensure access to services and supports that advance safety, connectedness and well-being for all Peel residents.

Legislated under the Community Safety and Policing Act, 2019, municipalities must prepare and adopt a plan by January 1, 2021.

Regional Council adopted the Community Safety and Well-being Plan on Oct. 22, 2020. The plan will focus on tackling family violence, mental health and addictions issues and systemic discrimination. Across all areas there will be a focus on the needs of youth and families in our community. These topics impact all of us and require a comprehensive approach to create meaningful change.

The plan is a collaborative effort between 25 organizations, including emergency services, school boards, health and social service providers and governments, and our community.

Community input is vital to creating a meaningful plan. We are committed to ensuring the voices of residents are heard. In mid-2020, we hosted a variety of engagement sessions with youth, families and service providers in Peel and encouraged people to share their stories. The wisdom, ideas and stories collected are being incorporated into the plan. More information about the plan and the results of the community consultation can be found at peelregion.ca/community-safety-wellbeing-plan. Thanks to all those who contributed.

Vision of Peel's CSWB Plan

Peel is a safe, inclusive and connected community where all residents thrive.

Mission of Peel's CSWB Plan

We will work together to ensure access to services and supports that advance safety, connectedness and well-being for all Peel residents.

Legislated under the Community Safety and Policing Act, 2019, municipalities must prepare and adopt a plan by January 1, 2021.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

We invite you to ask your questions about the Community Safety and Well-Being Plan here.

Note:

Your questions will be public once we have responded to it. We recommend not including personal information about yourself and/or others, such as a name, address, telephone number and any other identifiable personal information. Please note the data is retained in accordance with Region of Peel’s Records Management policy.

  • When is the CSWB Plan due?

    over 1 year ago

    The CSWB Plan is due to the Province Jan 1, 2021.

Page last updated: 23 April 2021, 09:53