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Sunday, November 13, 2016

Police Community Connections Newsletter Winter 2016-17







Winter 2016 - 2017








 
Join the OPS and come out to our events this week to learn how to identify, stop and prevent frauds. Events have already started so make sure to check for any activities coming up near you these next few days.
  

Community-police engagement will continue to play a critical role to ensure that we understand the report, review the recommendations and create a multi-year plan that goes beyond just action planning the report's recommendations. This work will put us at the forefront of ensuring professional and bias-neutral policing. Join us Nov. 24, 2016 from 6-9pm at the Ottawa Conference and Event Centre. Register at ottawapolice.ca/race.
  
  
The 2nd annual Ottawa Police Service Human Rights Learning Forum will be held on December 8, 2016 in recognition of Human Rights Day. All attendees will be provided with information on understanding the science behind implicit bias and what impact it has in the context of policing. Together, strategies and best practices will be identified to effectively manage implicit bias from an individual, community, and police organizational perspective. Register here.
  
  

Ever wondered what Crime Free Multi-Housing is all about? By forming a partnership between landlords, tenants and the police, your community becomes more safe and more pleasant to live in. To discover more visit Crime Free Multi-Housing here.
  
  
January 2017 is Crime Stoppers month. This year the focus will be on encouraging all citizens to report crime through the theme "See something, Hear something, Say something." Let's make January 2017 just as successful as last year!

  
  
  
  





















Winter 2016 - 2017








 
Join the OPS and come out to our events this week to learn how to identify, stop and prevent frauds. Events have already started so make sure to check for any activities coming up near you these next few days.
  

Community-police engagement will continue to play a critical role to ensure that we understand the report, review the recommendations and create a multi-year plan that goes beyond just action planning the report's recommendations. This work will put us at the forefront of ensuring professional and bias-neutral policing. Join us Nov. 24, 2016 from 6-9pm at the Ottawa Conference and Event Centre. Register at ottawapolice.ca/race.
  
  
The 2nd annual Ottawa Police Service Human Rights Learning Forum will be held on December 8, 2016 in recognition of Human Rights Day. All attendees will be provided with information on understanding the science behind implicit bias and what impact it has in the context of policing. Together, strategies and best practices will be identified to effectively manage implicit bias from an individual, community, and police organizational perspective. Register here.
  
  

Ever wondered what Crime Free Multi-Housing is all about? By forming a partnership between landlords, tenants and the police, your community becomes more safe and more pleasant to live in. To discover more visit Crime Free Multi-Housing here.
  
  
January 2017 is Crime Stoppers month. This year the focus will be on encouraging all citizens to report crime through the theme "See something, Hear something, Say something." Let's make January 2017 just as successful as last year!