This site is all about the work being done to make Toronto's communities safer.
From 2002, the Mayor's Community Safety Awards has annually recognized 5 outstanding projects that contribute to community safety in Toronto.
Safety audits are a tool to evaluate different features in neighbourhoods with the goal of reducing crime and improving everyone’s personal safety. A safety audit helps people to look for and assess spaces that feel unsafe.
The Task Force on Community Safety has completed its mandate and is no longer active. The following information is provided for archival purposes.
The Community Crisis Response Program provides support and resources to communities impacted by violent and traumatic incidents.
"Hear the Story" was produced by the Youth Documentary Training Project, an initiative of the City of Toronto's Community Safety Plan. Working under the direction of documentary film-maker Alison Duke, the film features voices of young people who talk about their hopes for a city that is safer and more inclusive for all who live here.
The Community Development Unit works to strengthen communities through: investments in a comprehensive social infrastructure, expanding civic leadership and the development of community partnerships and community safety networks.
For more information, support or to obtain a Safety Audit checklist, please feel free to contact the following groups or organizations directly