Community Safety & Well-being Plan

The City is partnering with the Canadian Municipal Network on Crime Prevention to develop a Community Safety & Well-being Plan.

Increasing community safety and well-being for people living in Regina requires a collective approach to issues such as poverty and inequality as well as services for those struggling with mental illness, substance use challenges, and homelessness. While this will go a long way to help addressing community safety in the long run, these efforts should be balanced with more immediate interventions to prevent and reduce crimes.

We want to understand how you currently perceive community safety and well-being in Regina as well as to learn from your lived experience. We’re looking at what currently exists and is working well, as well as identifying challenges and community needs to be met.

The project will include several public consultation activities, beginning with the Community Survey below and followed by focus groups and other engagements. The City will be engaging with a broad range of stakeholder groups, including but not limited to youth, seniors, women, newcomers, Indigenous residents, community service providers and others.

The City is partnering with the Canadian Municipal Network on Crime Prevention to develop a Community Safety & Well-being Plan.

Increasing community safety and well-being for people living in Regina requires a collective approach to issues such as poverty and inequality as well as services for those struggling with mental illness, substance use challenges, and homelessness. While this will go a long way to help addressing community safety in the long run, these efforts should be balanced with more immediate interventions to prevent and reduce crimes.

We want to understand how you currently perceive community safety and well-being in Regina as well as to learn from your lived experience. We’re looking at what currently exists and is working well, as well as identifying challenges and community needs to be met.

The project will include several public consultation activities, beginning with the Community Survey below and followed by focus groups and other engagements. The City will be engaging with a broad range of stakeholder groups, including but not limited to youth, seniors, women, newcomers, Indigenous residents, community service providers and others.

  • This survey will take 15-20 minutes to complete and will close midnight, March 31.

    Demographic information is collected in order to understand the various experiences of residents in Regina. All responses will remain confidential. 

    Trigger Warning: The survey includes questions about your experience with several different crimes, including domestic violence, assault, and sexual assault. Specific details regarding your experience will not be asked. If you would like to discuss your experience in more detail, a list of resources has been included.

    If you have any questions about this survey or if you would like to request a paper copy, please contact CSWB@regina.ca

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