Safety & Security in Pitt Meadows

What can we do to enhance safety and security
in Pitt Meadows?

The City and the Katzie First Nation have been connecting with local stakeholders to identify issues and gather information on how we can connect law enforcement with other non-police organizations to create a “safety and security web” of services to better connect and serve the community.

All residents are invited to join a community dialogue session to discuss HOW we can enhance safety and security in our community, and WHO can help us create these connections in relation to Traffic Safety, Mental Health & Addictions, Housing, Youth/Schools, Seniors Services and a Strong Economy.

We need your ideas and input - come prepared to share your thoughts!

 Saturday, March 25
10am – 2:30pm (doors open at 9:30am)
Pitt Meadows Seniors Centre
19065 119B St.
(Parking is available at the Pitt Meadows Family Rec Centre)

Lunch will be provided

Free childminding will be available; please RSVP to reserve a spot
Please RSVP to be entered into a draw for one of four $50 gift cards


Download a copy of the event agenda

What we've been doing

Mayor's Memo (Nov 10, 2016) 
Video of Council discussion of Safety & Security Web initiative (Nov 15, 2016 Council Meeting)
Steering Committee Meeting agenda (March 4, 2016)

Learn more

Police in Canada are facing unprecedented internal and external challenges, many of which are rooted in the changing context in which police now operate. At the same time, significant new opportunities are emerging that can help police services to better adjust and ultimately prosper in the evolving safety and security landscape. 

Foremost among these changes has been the growth of the safety and security web. The web comprises an increasing number of nonpolice organizations — including private security, local health professionals, community and municipal groups, and other government organizations — that now interact with one another and with police in the provision of safety and security. Working effectively within and through this web — rather than as isolated entities — will allow policing organizations to better respond to existing and emerging issues.

For more background on the safety and security web, review the Executive Summary of the report Policing Canada in the 21st Century: New Policing for New Challenges