Policing Priorities Community Survey

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Consultation has concluded. Thank you for your input.

Due to current direction of Public Health Officers around the COVID-19 outbreak, The Mission RCMP will not be hosting their annual Community Policing/Town Hall Forum.

Each year your policing service is required to identify crime concerns in our community and implement programs and initiatives with measurable objectives to combat these issues. This is known as Strategic Planning and has been under way for a number of years.

The Strategic Planning cycle generally follows the calendar year however there is always overlap in completing the previous year's objectives and planning for the coming year's activities.

Our 2019 Strategic Planning cycle is now complete.

The following outlines our identified Issues, Objectives and Initiatives to address our goals of last year:

Issues

Objectives

Property CrimeReduce the number and frequency of property crimes
Road SafetyEnhance road safety
Violent CrimeReduce the number of crimes against persons
Police Community Relations – Indigenous CommunitiesBuild positive relationships with Indigenous Communities
Employee Wellness/Our People
Contribute to Employee Wellness


Initiatives

Reduce the number and frequency of Property Crimes

  1. Targeted Enforcement of Property Offenders
  2. Bi-Weekly COMPSTAT/Priority Offender Meetings
  3. Deploy Bait Car

Enhance Road Safety

  1. Enhanced Impaired Driving Enforcement (overtime)
  2. Obtain Automated License Plate Reader
  3. Maintain partnership/participation with ICBC Enhanced Road Safety Campaigns

Reduce the number of Crimes Against Persons

  1. Participation in High Risk Intimate Partner Violence Committee
  2. Quarterly Updates from Intimate Partner Violence Coordinator

Build positive relationships with Indigenous Communities

  1. Increase Visibility in Indigenous Communities
  2. Attend Quarterly Band Council Meetings

Contribute to Employee Wellness

  1. Host Road to Mental Readiness training
  2. Establish an internal Wellness Committee

I am pleased to inform you that Mission Members and staff did meet their objectives of the previous year by attaining set goals in the above noted areas. For the 2020 planning process and given the concerns around larger gatherings of people during the outbreak, I would like to invite you to complete this short survey.

My senior management team and I will factor the results into setting our Policing Priorities for the coming year. The survey closes on June 19, 2020.

Thank you,

Inspector Steve CORP

Officer in Charge

Mission RCMP

(604) 826-7161

Due to current direction of Public Health Officers around the COVID-19 outbreak, The Mission RCMP will not be hosting their annual Community Policing/Town Hall Forum.

Each year your policing service is required to identify crime concerns in our community and implement programs and initiatives with measurable objectives to combat these issues. This is known as Strategic Planning and has been under way for a number of years.

The Strategic Planning cycle generally follows the calendar year however there is always overlap in completing the previous year's objectives and planning for the coming year's activities.

Our 2019 Strategic Planning cycle is now complete.

The following outlines our identified Issues, Objectives and Initiatives to address our goals of last year:

Issues

Objectives

Property CrimeReduce the number and frequency of property crimes
Road SafetyEnhance road safety
Violent CrimeReduce the number of crimes against persons
Police Community Relations – Indigenous CommunitiesBuild positive relationships with Indigenous Communities
Employee Wellness/Our People
Contribute to Employee Wellness


Initiatives

Reduce the number and frequency of Property Crimes

  1. Targeted Enforcement of Property Offenders
  2. Bi-Weekly COMPSTAT/Priority Offender Meetings
  3. Deploy Bait Car

Enhance Road Safety

  1. Enhanced Impaired Driving Enforcement (overtime)
  2. Obtain Automated License Plate Reader
  3. Maintain partnership/participation with ICBC Enhanced Road Safety Campaigns

Reduce the number of Crimes Against Persons

  1. Participation in High Risk Intimate Partner Violence Committee
  2. Quarterly Updates from Intimate Partner Violence Coordinator

Build positive relationships with Indigenous Communities

  1. Increase Visibility in Indigenous Communities
  2. Attend Quarterly Band Council Meetings

Contribute to Employee Wellness

  1. Host Road to Mental Readiness training
  2. Establish an internal Wellness Committee

I am pleased to inform you that Mission Members and staff did meet their objectives of the previous year by attaining set goals in the above noted areas. For the 2020 planning process and given the concerns around larger gatherings of people during the outbreak, I would like to invite you to complete this short survey.

My senior management team and I will factor the results into setting our Policing Priorities for the coming year. The survey closes on June 19, 2020.

Thank you,

Inspector Steve CORP

Officer in Charge

Mission RCMP

(604) 826-7161

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback collected from this survey will inform the policing priorities for Mission RCMP in 2020.

    Consultation has concluded. Thank you for your input.

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