Safe City Mississauga is a registered charitable organization founded in 1992 to help reduce criminal opportunity and criminal victimization in Mississauga. We provide resources, staff, professional community leadership and guidance for crime prevention programs and activities; encourage crime prevention education within the public, private and voluntary sectors; and research, develop and implement new community crime prevention programs and activities.
Mississauga will be a crime-free city for all.
Safe City Mississauga will lead and partner to deliver crime prevention services & initiatives for a safe city.
Become Aware (Education & Awareness)
Crime prevention begins with education. Safe City Mississauga provides services, programs and activities that increase crime prevention knowledge and skills among all members of the community.
Get Moving (Community Mobilization)
Police play a key role in keeping our community and us safe, but so do you. The safest cities are ones where citizens feel inspired, engaged, and supported on crime prevention initiatives. We work to make this happen.
Find the Facts (Information Provision)
Crime trends change, and sometimes it can be difficult to tell fact from fiction. Safe City Mississauga provides government, organizations, and individuals with accurate and relevant information, resources, and research regarding crime and crime prevention.
Be Strategic (Strategic Leadership & Support)
Crime trends are also used to indicate where crime prevention efforts should be focused. Safe City Mississauga leads, serves as the catalyst for, and/or supports strategic initiatives that address the factors contributing to crime and violence.
Safe City Mississauga respects, values and celebrates the diversity of people who make up our community. In its commitment to excellence and fairness, Safe City Mississauga seeks to recognize and remove barriers to full participation in all Safe City Mississauga activities, programs, and events.
As a fundamental principle, Safe City Mississauga will be fair and equitable in its practices by observing the spirit of the Ontario Human Rights Code. This will be done by recognizing, acknowledging and respecting the diversity of individuals regardless of race, place of origin, disability, colour, gender, sexual orientation, religion, sex, age, parental or family status, citizenship, ethnic origin, marital status, income level, work experience, literacy level, cultural tradition, ancestry, educational background, same sex partnerships and geographic location.