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Winnipeg Committee for Safety


Below you will find a comprehensive (yet not exhaustive) list of resources available in Winnipeg regarding safety. Because safety itself is a broadly defined term we have created this list to encompass many aspects that intersect with safety issues.

The Winnipeg Committee for Safety has created this list for information purposes only and does not necessarily endorse any or all of these resources.

Please note that some resources are cross-listed under multiple categories. If there are resources not included on our page, we welcome you to contact us at via with more information.

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Consumer Safety
Child Abuse/Neglect - Canada’s National Tipline for Reporting the Online Sexual Exploitation of Children

Snowflake Place – For Children and Youth

Community Safety and Wellbeing

Bear Clan Patrol

Block by Block Community Safety & Wellbeing Initiative

IRCOM – Immigrant & Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba

Crime Prevention
Cycling Safety
Intimate Partner/Domestic Violence
Emergency Shelters
Fire Safety
Indigenous Resources
Injury Prevention
Internet Safety - Canada’s National Tipline for Reporting the Online Sexual Exploitation of Children

Winnipeg Police Service – Internet Safety

Missing Persons
Mental Health
Motor Vehicle/Road Safety
Neighbourhood Watch
Patient Safety
Pet Safety
Senior Citizens
Sexual Harassment and/or Assault
Sexual Exploitation

CyberTip – Canada’s National Tipline for Reporting the Online Sexual Exploitation of Children

Heart Medicine Lodge – Ka Ni Kanichihk, Inc

Internet Child Exploitation (I.C.E.) Unit – Winnipeg Police Service

Neighbourhood Solutions – Province of Manitoba

Marymound Inc – Sexually Exploited Youth Program

The Laurel Centre

Taxicab Safety
Workplace Health & Safety
Last update: November 6, 2018
Our Vision and Mission

The WCFS believes that safety is a fundamental human right. Safe communities begin with a shared goal of capacity building, derived from working together towards common objectives. We promote and increase the safety of our city and our citizens by providing support, education and collaborative goals to help make our city safer.

Our mission is to work proactively to maintain and improve the safety of each of our citizens for the advancement of community well-being.

Make the Right Call
  • Emergency calls:
    Call 9-1-1
  • Police non-emergency calls:
  • City Services: 3-1-1