Policing Priorities Community Survey

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Due to the ongoing Public Health Orders related to the Covid 19 virus, the Mission RCMP will once again not be hosting their annual Community Policing/Town Hall Forum.

Each year your policing service seeks input from community members and partner agencies 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 underway 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 2020 Strategic Planning cycle is complete.

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 2021 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 this coming year. The survey closes on June 18, 2021

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

  1. Traffic Safety Goal: Reduce Injury Accidents by 10%
    Result: Met (-10%)
    Speed Enforcement - Arterial & Public Complaint
    School Zone Enforcement
    Participation in Partner Initiatives
    Distracter Driving/Occupant Restraint
    Impaired Driving Checkstops
    Review Current Deployment of Resources

  2. Violent Crime Goal: Reduce Violent Crime by 10%
    Result: Met (-10%)
    Tri-annual Reports by Domestic
    MAST & MOST - Mission Active Support Table
    Youth & School Programs (decrease bullying)

  3. Property Crime Goal: Reduce Property Crime by 10%
    Result: Met(-22%)
    Compstat - Employ Crime Analyst
    Search Warrants Related to Property Crime
    Target 10 Prolific Property Offenders
    Bait Car Deployment
    Police Mountain Bike Patrols
    Drug Enforcement - Dialers & House

  4. Indigenous Relations Goal: Double Police Presence in Indigenous Communities
    Result: Met
    Quarterly Meetings with Elected Council
    Bike and Foot Patrols at Sumas and Leqamel


    Thank you,

    Inspector Steve CORP
    Officer in Charge
    Mission RCMP
    (604) 826-7161

Due to the ongoing Public Health Orders related to the Covid 19 virus, the Mission RCMP will once again not be hosting their annual Community Policing/Town Hall Forum.

Each year your policing service seeks input from community members and partner agencies 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 underway 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 2020 Strategic Planning cycle is complete.

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 2021 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 this coming year. The survey closes on June 18, 2021

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

  1. Traffic Safety Goal: Reduce Injury Accidents by 10%
    Result: Met (-10%)
    Speed Enforcement - Arterial & Public Complaint
    School Zone Enforcement
    Participation in Partner Initiatives
    Distracter Driving/Occupant Restraint
    Impaired Driving Checkstops
    Review Current Deployment of Resources

  2. Violent Crime Goal: Reduce Violent Crime by 10%
    Result: Met (-10%)
    Tri-annual Reports by Domestic
    MAST & MOST - Mission Active Support Table
    Youth & School Programs (decrease bullying)

  3. Property Crime Goal: Reduce Property Crime by 10%
    Result: Met(-22%)
    Compstat - Employ Crime Analyst
    Search Warrants Related to Property Crime
    Target 10 Prolific Property Offenders
    Bait Car Deployment
    Police Mountain Bike Patrols
    Drug Enforcement - Dialers & House

  4. Indigenous Relations Goal: Double Police Presence in Indigenous Communities
    Result: Met
    Quarterly Meetings with Elected Council
    Bike and Foot Patrols at Sumas and Leqamel


    Thank you,

    Inspector Steve CORP
    Officer in Charge
    Mission RCMP
    (604) 826-7161

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