As of : December 15, 2023 – Council Meeting
In discussions with Carol Kobliski, we noticed the lowering of incidents in the community and how this had an impact on all service-related fields for the community. We believe this is related to the CCR banishments that were conducted in October 2023. Below are examples of how much service-related calls lowered in the community:
- Ambulance: Zero calls related to street violence in the community; no calls to assist someone that was injured in a gang related fight.
- RCMP has stated that the calls into the RCMP station are continuing in a downward trend.
a. August 2023: 502 calls to RCMP
b. September 2023: 484 calls to RCMP
c. October 2023: 444 calls to RCMP
d. November 320 calls to RCMP
- Social Assistance: No more requests from leadership to switch Social Assistance accounts to strictly Purchase Orders.
- FNSO (Monthly check-stop & Community Patrols): Incidents are down 80%
Overall, the community has had positive outcomes and is still looking at making further improvements with the enactment of PKT and Nisi Court. Once it is initiated, the Executive Management Team hopes to use the Peace-Keepers Tribunal as an ‘Alternative Measures’ method to try and divert other youth from getting involved with the Justice Department.