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Community Safety and Crime Prevention Program

The Community Safety and Crime Prevention Program has been established to support community-level activities that strengthen local crime prevention and community safety efforts, that promote the exchange of information between community residents, and that help build closer relationships between communities and the Winnipeg Police Service.

2019 Program applications may be approved to a maximum of $5,000 per application. Multiple applications for similar activities by the same applicant and serving the same community will not qualify.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Program applicants must be a not-for-profit (incorporated or unincorporated) community entity, group or association
  • Funded activities must take place in the City of Winnipeg
  • Funded activities must be aimed at:
    • Reducing preventable crime
    • Increasing communication and knowledge amongst community members
    • Encouraging reporting of criminal or suspicious activity
    • Improving levels of personal and neighbourhood security
    • Helping to reduce the fear of crime
  • Preference will be given to applications that focus on preventing illicit drug activity

Funding for approved activities must be expended by November 30, 2020.

Reporting Requirements

All successful 2019 Community Safety and Crime Prevention Program applicants will be expected to report back to the City of Winnipeg within 60 days of the funding being expended with the following information:

  • A statement outlining the use of Program monies including activities and operations conducted as well as an approximate number of Winnipeg citizens served by the activity
  • Any observable positive outcomes that reflect successful implementation of the funded activity
  • Any lessons learned by the organization in developing and implementing the funded activity
  • The organization’s future intentions as they relate to repeating or expanding upon (if applicable) the funded activity

Application Submission and Deadline

Please return the completed Application Form on or prior to October 31, 2019.

  • Email:
  • Mail:
    Community Safety and Crime Prevention Program
    Community Services Department
    2nd Floor, 395 Main St.
    Winnipeg, MB R3B 3N8

All 2019 Program applications will be evaluated in November 2019 by a Program Award Selection Committee.

Only applicants who have been approved for funding will be notified in writing. Any approved funds may be subject to the applicant and the City entering into an agreement setting out the terms and conditions of such funding.

2019 Approved Activities

Map of 2019 Approved Activities

ID Organization Activity Funded Amount
1 Central Park Foot Patrol Inc. Increasing Training, Services and Outreach Capacity $5,000
2 North End Women's Centre Safer Communities at NEWC $5,000
3 Fearless R2W 'Caring for Youth in Care' Community Walk $5,000
4 Mama Bear Clan Increasing Training, Services and Outreach Capacity $5,000
5 The Holistic Ongoing Opportunities Development Safe Space & Support for Justice or Gang Involved Youth $5,000
6 JibStop Increasing Support Services and Outreach Capacity $5,000
7 Central Neighbourhoods Community Capacity Building for Crisis Response $3,000
8 West End Twenty-Four Hour Safe Space West End 24 Hour Safe Space (WE24): Increasing Outreach Capacity $4,988
9 The Gang Action Interagency Network Psychosocial Programming & Support for Individuals Exiting the Justice System $5,000
10 Opportunities for Employment Inc. Community Employment Support Program $5,000
11 West Broadway Development Corporation Community Safety Committee, Safety Education and Safety Audit $3,900
12 Inclusion Winnipeg Community Safety Education & Gatherings $5,000
13 St. Matthews Non-Profit Housing Inc. Exterior Lighting Project $3,500
14 Holy Names House of Peace In Plain Sight $2,714
15 Point.Powerline Inc. Increasing Crime Prevention Efforts through Community Engagement & Awareness $1,170
16 Elmwood Community Resource Centre Addictions Recovery Support for Elmwood Families $4,100
17 Knowles Centre Art With Heart & Get Outside Programs $4,600
18 Dept. of Conflict Resolution, Menno Simons College Community Meth Response Training $5,000
19 Tabernacle of the New Covenant Inc. Safe & Healthy Francophone Newcomers $3,500
20 Chalmers Neighbourhood Renewal Corporation Chalmers Safety Initiative $5,000
21 Cliniqe Youville Clinic Safety Through Community Engagement $4,995
22 Immigrant & Refugee Community Organization of MB IRCOM Neighbourhood Watch Program $5,000
23 Daniel McIntyre/St. Matthews Community Association Safety Through Community Engagement $3,616
Last update: December 11, 2019