Crime Prevention Partners

Resources

Below is a list of useful resources for community partners to combat youth involvement in gangs.

Evidence-based Practices
Schools and Parents
Police

 

A booklet developed by the Halifax Regional Police and the Department of Justice for youth and educators on the negative impacts of gangs.

Funding

On behalf of the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General, we are pleased to announce that grant funding of $5,000 - $25,000 (flexible) is now available for one-time community projects that address and prevent crime, violence and victimization issues in British Columbia. 

Strength-based Approaches
Police
Community Crime Prevention

Volume II of the National Crime Prevention Centre's Promising and Model Crime Prevention Programs

Schools and Parents
Community Crime Prevention

Prince George Aboriginal youth resource brochure that was developed by the PG CAAN. 

Schools and Parents
Police

Gang Wars: Justice In Our Times featured experts on the gang problem who discussed the problem’s seriousness as well as the solutions needed by our justice system and communities to take action against gangs. You can watch videos of the event.

Schools and Parents
Police

This searchable database, an easy to use resource guide for teens ages 13 - 18, provides helpful information about a variety of services including health, violence prevention, education, counseling, recreation and more.

Police
Community Crime Prevention

This article discusses the ways in which Aboriginal women and girls in the Prairie Provinces are recruited into the sex trade.

Police
Community Crime Prevention

This report brings together five years of research related to missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls in Canada.

Schools and Parents
Community Crime Prevention

This booklet is designed to aid service providers and familes with information about the sexual exploitation of children and youth.

Evidence-based Practices

Shared Hope International aligned with the U.S. Department of Justice-funded human traffi cking task forces to assess domestic minor sex traffi cking and the access to victim services.

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