Community Safety Survey Results
On August , the Community Safety and Well-Being Advisory Committee put released the Thompson Community Safety Survey, developed by independent consultants, Community Safety Knowledge Alliance.
When the survey closed on August 17, the survey received more than 2, 200 responses. At nearly 16% of the community's population, this is the largest response a survey released through the City of Thompson has received in the last five years.
The survey results are available here, available as a slide deck at the link below. A summary of findings and qualitative data (paragraph-style answers) is at the front of the survey, while the quantitative information (multiple choice, etc.) is included as an appendix towards the end of the slides.
Compiled by Community Safety Knowledge Alliance
September 21, 2020 and September 26, 2020
The Advisory Committee will be hosting Community Consultations to build on the survey results on the following dates:
Monday, September 21, 2020
6:00pm to 8:30pm
Saturday, September 26, 2020
2:00pm to 4:30pm.
Due to public health orders, each session can only accommodate 40 members of the public. Residents are required to pre-register their attendance by calling the MaMowWeTak Friendship Centre at 204-677-0950.
The session will include a larger group discussion, followed by a break-up into smaller groups to develop more in-depth discussions.
We encourage residents who are attending to review the survey results to come prepared for a constructive discussion and make the best use of the time available.
Who is the Community Safety and Well-Being Advisory Committee?
The advisory committee is a team of community leaders assembled to strategically and collaboratively address public safety issues in Thompson.
Acting Inspector, RCMP Thompson
Executive Director, MaMowWeTak Friendship Centre
Acting Public Safety Manager, City of Thompson
Advisory Committee Member Organizations:
Northern Regional Health Authority
City of Thompson
Ma-Mow-We-Tak Friendship Centre
Thompson Crisis Centre
Addictions Foundation of Manitoba
Michif Child and Family Services
Canadian Mental Health Association
MacDonald Youth Services
Thompson Chamber of Commerce
University College of the North
University of Manitoba Faculty of Social Work
Keewatin Tribal Council - Jordan's Principle
School District of Mystery Lake
Men Are Part Of The Solution
Manitoba Police Commissioner