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City of Prince George1100 Patricia Blvd.Prince George, British Columbia V2L 3V9
Outside city limits
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The City of Prince George is conducting a review of policing in the community and is seeking public input through a survey that will run until
June 1, 2022.
The project is being conducted by Dr. Curt Taylor Griffiths (Simon Fraser University), Dr. Eli Sopow (Canada University West), and Josh Murphy (Kwantlen Polytechnic University) from April to September with the final report prepared in early fall. This team of experts have extensive experience in police resource reviews.
The project will examine the demand environment in which the detachment works, how detachment resources are allocated to meet those demands, the identification of any resource gaps in the capacity of the detachment to ensure the safety and security of the community, and whether there are strategies to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of police services.
Through interviews, focus groups and a community survey, the study will gather information on existing partnerships between the police and community interested parties, and explore the potential for leveraging community resources to assist in improving the quality of life in the community.
The findings from the study will identify the resources that will be required to ensure community safety and well-being and provide materials to inform council’s decision making with respect to police funding.
Results for the 2022 Downtown Marketing and Placemaking Strategy survey and other related materials will be posted when available.
The City of Prince George conducted the 2022 Budget Survey from October 4, 2021 until November 1, 2021.
Results are now available.
The City occasionally posts recruitment opportunities to serve on various committees and boards. Find out which advisory bodies you can volunteer for when seats become available.
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Prince George is a truly volunteer-oriented city. Be inspired by five local volunteers who stepped up in 2020 to support family, friends, neighbours, and strangers during a challenging year.
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