We’re pleased to offer free hands-on, training sessions about the use of the Crime Prevention and Reduction Profiles online tool.
These 3-hour workshops will provide training on: navigation and use of the system; an overview of the data available; and a description of recently added features such as detailed breakdowns of crime by type and mapping community assets for crime prevention.
Each participant will sit at a computer to learn how to use this new tool to understand data about the types and frequency of crime in your region. Space will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.Dates:
October 29th in New Glasgow;
November 5th in Mulgrave;
November 12th in Liverpool; and
November 22nd in Coldbrook
Complete this form to register today.
Community Counts for Crime Prevention and Reduction Update: New features have been added to this great tool that will allow users to view 2010 crime statistics, providing a much deeper analysis of a community's crime picture than before. For more information please review the update (PDF).
The Community Counts for Crime Prevention and Reduction tool will benefit those involved in, but not limited to, program development and delivery, policy development, research, municipal planning, community development projects, and strategic planning. This tool can be used to plan programs as well as provide benchmark statistics against which progress can be measured. Community Counts for Crime Prevention and Reduction offers the most up-to-date crime statistics for Nova Scotia and will aid communities in painting a portrait of their local area. The development of Community Counts for Crime Prevention and Reduction was made possible through financial support from the National Crime Prevention Centre.
Three easy steps to viewing your Community Crime Prevention and Reduction profile:
You are now viewing your Community Crime Prevention and Reduction profile. Note the two blue tabs for Crime Statistics and Risk Factors. Click on either tab and scroll down for more information. If you have any difficulty navigating the site, contact firstname.lastname@example.org