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Auto-Text Court Appearance Reminder System
Project Name: Auto-Text Court Appearance Reminder System
Project Team: Christine McNab, Shelley Storey, Tamara Dunlop, Markus Winterberger
Implementation Deadline: June 2, 2017
Project Objective and Background:
The project objective is to implement an automated text messaging reminder system for upcoming court dates for the accused.
In Prince Albert, from January to October 2016, almost 25% of General Occurrences that resulted in charges by the Prince Albert Police Service (PAPS) showed the most serious offence to be Fail to Appear (FTA). The numbers of charges for FTA in court have been increasing.
This project may assist to reduce court wait times and help streamline the court process. Court adjournments due to FTA are problematic for all involved in the Criminal Justice System. When a bench warrant for FTA is issued, police services are required to execute the arrest warrant. This may result in temporary lodging, transportation, and care of the accused. Once the accused appears in court, a rejection of bail release may occur which increases the number of remand clients. This is a misuse of remand services and is costly to the Justice Ministry, tax payers, and society. For these reasons, the COR is proposing to conduct the Auto-Text Court Appearance Reminder System Project. This project should be implemented now because of the misdirected use of our resources and cost to our Province.
Project success will be attained when there is a reliable Auto-Text Court Appearance Reminder System in place and a consistent, reliable delivery of text reminders. Particularly these measurements are being considered: Number of text reminders sent, Number of FTA charges laid by PAPS based on PAPS’ Record Management System (RMS), Ratio of FTA charges per total number of charges laid by PAPS based on RMS.
Current and Future State of the Issue: FTA at Prince Albert Provincial Court increased by 85% from January 2010 to October 2016 (PAPS GO’s founded by charge UCR1, 2016). This reality is costly in terms of court time, human resources, and the victims. FTA in court negatively affects all of our agencies. In the future, the number of FTA charges may decrease.
Similar Projects and Promising Practices: New Zealand, New York City lower courts and Madison, Wisconsin have implemented an auto-text reminder system for court appearances. New York implemented their project in March 2016 and Madison implemented their system in August 2016. New York is willing to share information with us as soon as it is available and contact has been made with Madison.
Project Link to Hub Data: In October 2016, 46% of the situations accepted for discussion at the Hub table involved crime victimization and 43% criminal involvement; criminal victimization was the 6th highest risk category and criminal involvement was the 8th highest risk category.
Actions, Anticipated Resources and Impact:
The project team will work collaboratively with the Courts and the Ministry of Justice to implement the automated text message system. Resources required to implement the project include funding for purchasing, developing or contracting the automated text messaging system. The human resources necessary for this project include the COR team members; two sectoral specialists, the strategic and tactical analysts and IT personnel from the Ministry of Justice.
This project will benefit individuals, families, and the Criminal Justice System by assisting people to attend court when they are required. This will potentially save costs of adjournments, court processes, legal, prosecution, police, probation and corrections and overtime costs for police officers and extra costs for witnesses and victims. This project will assist in streamlining court proceedings and reduce workplace overload and the time spent processing and addressing FTA charges. This will also potentially decrease the negative impacts to employers, education, social services, and police services.
The proposed project will focus on the implementation of an auto-text court reminder system delivered to the accused. Priority will be placed on finding a system that will meet the project’s needs, gaining the cooperation of court to agree to the project, and implementing the system. It will be limited to Criminal Code of Canada charges and not ticket violations. The team recognizes the accused may need to provide consent.
The stakeholders within this project include but are not limited to: the accused, witnesses, victims, Judges, Crown Prosecutors, Defense lawyers, court personnel, Prince Albert Police Services, RCMP, probation officers, CJIMS Team Information Technology personnel, COR Steering Committee, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Social Services, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Advanced Education, Prince Albert Correctional Centre, and Pinegrove Correctional Centre.
Wild Game Processing
Project Name: Wild Game Processing
Project Team: Shelley Storey, Christine McNab, Karen Anthony-Burns, Tamara Dunlop, Markus Winterberger
Implementation Deadline: February 3, 2017
Project Objective and Background:
The objective of this project is to establish a mechanism for hunters to donate wild game carcasses for processing that will be provided to the Prince Albert Food Bank (PAFB). Meat, a primary source of protein, is not frequently donated to the PAFB. The PAFB is currently struggling to feed an increasing number of people; 48% of them are children. The lack of sustainable support for the PAFB has created food and donation shortages and cuts to programming. Deer, elk, geese, and moose meat is considered to be a high quality and nutritious source of protein. Voluntary donations of wild game may decrease this shortfall. For these reasons, the COR is proposing to conduct the Wild Game Processing Project.
Success of the project will be attained when a mechanism is in place through which hunters can donate wild game carcasses for processing that can be donated to food banks. Measurable goals include an established process for hunters to donate carcasses, a reliable mechanism for the processing of wild game meat and a calculation of the number of pounds of wild game donated within a specified time frame.
Current and Future State of the Issue: Currently the PAFB cannot meet their need for protein. If hunters want to donate meat there is no mechanism to have them donate their meat prior to being processed. In the future, the PAFB will receive processed wild meat from hunters through a mechanism whereby wild meat will be processed prior to donations being made on an annual basis.
Similar Projects and Promising Practices: Recently a fundraiser was held in Prince Albert so that five bison could be butchered and donated to the Prince Albert Food Bank. In 2015 The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) and the Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC) partnered to donate elk to the PAFB. The Saskatoon Wildlife Federation created “Hunt for Hunger” which involves members butchering wild meat and grinding it into appropriate portions. Since its inception, 9000 pounds of wild meat has been donated to the Saskatoon Food Bank, 500 pounds in 2016.
Project Link to Hub Data: Poverty, unemployment and basic needs, which often involve issues related to food security, are risk categories in the Hub database. Food security, in relation to poverty, is recognized in Prince Albert as an issue. The importance of this project as it relates to the Hub is that food security supports at-risk children and families. Food security will increase opportunities for better outcomes for families who are experiencing significant family stressors. The COR is acknowledging the good work done by community agencies and would like to support the Food Bank in meeting community needs by creating a sustainable mechanism to supply quality protein.
Actions, Anticipated Resources and Impact:
The project team will research applicable policies and legislation, obtain information from Saskatchewan Polytechnic regarding the meat cutters course and the Saskatoon Wildlife Federation to learn about the “Hunt for Hunger” program. The team will also work to facilitate potential partnerships between the Wildlife Federation, PAFB, and Saskatchewan Polytechnic meat cutting course. If those partnerships are unavailable, other partnerships will be explored. The human resources available for this project include the COR team members; two sectoral specialists, the strategic and tactical analysts.
This project will benefit PAFB and those who access their services. This project will also benefit Saskatchewan Polytechnic students taking the meat cutting course. Children, who are members of families that have food security challenges, will also benefit from access to healthy protein sources.
The project will focus on developing a mechanism for licensed hunters to donate wild meat carcasses to a processing facility so the meat can be donated to the PAFB. Priority will be placed on establishing a protocol for processing the donated meat. No emphasis will be placed on finding hunters to donate the meat and there will be no solutions for the transportation of meat. This project will not solve the food security issue, but instead address one aspect of making fresh meat available to those who access the PAFB.
Some of the possible constraints may include laws around production and distribution of wild meat, protocols at the Saskatchewan Polytechnic in regards to the processing of meat, and Saskatchewan Hunting rights/regulations.
The stakeholders within this project include but are not limited to: COR Steering Committee, COR Team, hunters, butchers, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, students, PAFB, Prince Albert Community, Prince Albert Police Service, Education, Social Services, Community Corrections, Prince Albert Wildlife Federation, FSIN, and PAGC.
|Project/Deliverable||Shared with other
|Other Agencies||Expected Outcomes||Timeline||Status Updates|
|Communication between Executive Director and COR/Hub Steering Committee’s||Yes/ All Hubs||No||Improve communication and direction||Monthly meetings, email communication, teleconference calls, COR monthly Updates||Executive Director||COR Steering Committee, Hub Steering Committee, Community Safety and Well-Being||Improved communication, improved direction, continued forward momentum and agency support, improved knowledge||Ongoing|
|Communication with Hubs and HSC’s across the province||Yes, All Hubs||No||Improve communication, collaboration and knowledge||COR Team to work with Hubs and Hub Steering Committees to improve data, knowledge and Hub services to all communities||Executive Director/ COR Sector Specialists/ COR Analysts||All Saskatchewan Hubs and Hub Steering Committees||Improved communication, improved direction, continued forward momentum and agency support, improved knowledge||Ongoing|
|Communication between COR and Community Safety and Well-Being||N/A||No||Improve communication, collaboration, knowledge and process||COR Team to work with Community Safety and Well-Being to improve knowledge and Hub services to all communities across the province, provide Hub data and reports.||Executive Director/ COR Sector Specialists/ COR Analysts||Community Safety and Well-Being||Forward momentum, improved Hub services||Ongoing|
|Hub Data||Yes||No||Advise Hub’s and HSC’s of their current data collected at Hub. Improved knowledge of what is going on and their current status||Provide data and analysis to all Hubs across the province||CMPA Strategic Analyst CMPA Tactical Analyst||All Saskatchewan Hubs and Hub Steering Committees||Improve process, knowledge and services||Ongoing|
|Community Alcohol Strategy Steering Committee (CASSC)||Yes||No||Improve alcohol awareness, consumption, service and choices, build a healthier community and area||4 Members from COR are members on the CASSC. Co-chair, organizing, minutes.||COR Administrative Assistant, COR Education, COR Strategic Analyst, Executive Director||All community agencies and citizens of Prince Albert||Improve Alcohol awareness and reduce use||Ongoing|
|Wild Game Food Bank Project/ Wildlife Management Project||Yes||Build a consistent practice in place for hunters to donate their wild game to the food bank||Partner with community agencies to develop and implement a plan in place for hunters to donate their wild game||Education COR Rep, Justice COR Rep||Ministry Of Environment, Sask Polytechnic, PA Wildlife Federation, PA Food Bank||Hunters will be able to donate their meat to the local food bank on a yearly basis resulting in health protein meals for the food bank and the people utilizing the service||Ongoing|
|School Attendance Initiative||Yes||Improve School Attendance||Educate and inform parents and students. Assist and support schools, principals and teachers||Education COR Rep, Justice COR Rep||PACSD, SRPSD, Attendance Works||Improve attendance, educate students and parents, support teachers, principals and the school boards||Ongoing|
|Public Safety Compliance Team||Yes, Adopted in Swift Current, North Battleford. Working with La Ronge||Yes, Yearend Reports||Improve liquor compliance, promote safe service, safe consumption||Conduct monthly checks with partnering agencies of all licensed permit holders within the city and surrounding areas, educate, enforce laws and violations||Executive Director||PAPS, SLGA, BYLAW, City of Prince Albert, PAFD, Licensed Permit Holders||Create safer community by having safer licensed establishments, accountability for bar staff and permit holders. Safer service and consumption.||Ongoing|
|Homeward Bound/ Housing First Partnership with CMPA||Yes||No||To partner with CMPA, Hub and Homeward Bound to have a working relationship that assists marginalized persons in our community||Work in partnership to assist one another to fill in gaps in systems. Assist marginalized and at risk people in our community||Tactical Analyst, Executive Director||Homeward Bound Staff||Better partnership and best practices, reduces risk for marginalized people||Ongoing|
|Nursing Students||No||No||Provide education and information to nursing students on Hub and COR||Meet with nursing students and their instructor to provide them information on what the Hub and COR do and what it can do to assist them in their work||Executive Director, Hub Table||University of Saskatchewan, Sask Polytechnic, FNU||Educates nursing students||Ongoing|
|2018 COR Strategic Plan||Yes||No||Provide direction to COR for future projects for 2018||Work with CSC and Prairie Wild Consulting on a plan from documents and Hub data||Executive Director||CSC, COR Input||Assist COR direction to show what COR has done. Identify barriers.||Ongoing|
|PAPS Recruit projects||No||No||Provide education and information to police officer recruits on Hub and COR||Assist them with their community project required to do at Police College while educating and informing them about Hub and COR and what it can do for them when they are working||Executive Director||Sask Police College, PAPS, Recruits||Educates Police Officers||Ongoing|
|High School Student Projects||No||No||Provide education and information to high school students on Hub and COR||Assist with educating our high school students regarding Hub and COR for their school projects||Executive Director||High School Students||Educates High School students||Ongoing|
|Hub Chair||Communication with all Hubs||No||Maintain Consistency and Strict Four Filter Process at the Hub table.||Attend weekly Hub table meetings Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30am- 12pm.||Executive Director||Hub table||Increased connection to services for Acutely Elevated Risk individuals and families||Ongoing|
|Home Agency Training/Recerts||N/A||No||Keep current on home agency training||Keep up to date on recertifications, policy changes and home agency work||All members of CMPA||N/A||Keeps members current on home agency changes||Ongoing|
|Community Networking Coalition||N/A||No||Strategic Analyst||City of Prince Albert||Assists Community||Ongoing|
|Violence Threat Risk Assessment (VTRA)||N/A||No||Assist with VTRA training yearly||Assist with training new staff members on VTRA in schools||Education COR rep||SRPSD, PACSD||Safety of schools, teachers and students||Ongoing|
|Creation of the CRM Database||N/A||No||Strategic Analyst and Tactical Analyst||CSWB, Chad Nilson||Improve quality of data||Ongoing|
|Themes Analysis||N/A||No||Analyze trends patterns of current crimes and victimization||Keep COR, HSC, CSC, Home agencies up to date on current situations and trends||Tactical Analyst||Executive Director||Improve quality of work and getting ahead of trends||Ongoing|
|Hub Study Flags Analysis||Shared with Hub Steering Committee and COR Steering Committee||Yes||Analyze trends patterns of current crimes and victimization that are results of Hub discussions||Keep HSC and CSC up to date on what trends are being seen||Tactical Analyst||Executive Director||provides an idea of possible direction for Hub and COR||Ongoing|
|Prince Albert Social Master Plan||N/A||No||Work with the City of Prince Albert to implement Hub and COR into the city master plan||Attend monthly meetings, inform and provide assistance where required||Strategic Analyst||City of Prince Albert||Assisting toward a city plan for the future involving Hub and COR||Ongoing|
|Home Agency Updates||N/A||No||Update home agency supervisors of current work and work progress||Provide updates to home agency supervisors on COR work||Education Rep||Keeps home agency supervisor updated on Education rep work at the COR||Ongoing|
|PACT- Police and Crisis Teams||Working on||Improve service to agencies, community and individuals with Mental Illness.||Provide research, data and information regarding best practices for existing PACT teams across the country. Provide information on implementation of a PACT team in Saskatchewan communities||PAPHR/PAPS, Saskatoon PS, Edmonton PS, Calgary PS, Victoria PS||Have more teams implemented in Saskatchewan cities and communities, improving MH issues||Ongoing|
|Hub Data Requests||N/A||Daily||Daily requests for Hub data from PA Home agencies, CSWB and Sask Hubs||Strategic and Tactical Analysts||Executive Director, Glenis Clarke CSWB, Matt Gray CSWB, Gina Alexander CSWB||Improved understanding of data, provide updates, provide communities with Hub data||Ongoing|
|Daily CMPA Operations||Daily||Daily requests, daily operations, budget, visitors.||Administrative Assistant and Executive Director||Daily operations||Ongoing|
|CMPA Training||Monthly||Educate and Improve Training and Knowledge||Provide, and attend training that is applicable to COR Sector Specialist to complete their current work and home agency work||All staff||Improve knowledge, experience and understanding with all staff members of CMPA||Ongoing|
|Attendance Team||Working On||Improve attendance to kids missing school at two pilot schools from School Attendance Initiative||Work with parents, children and schools to improve attendance of children missing 10-15% of school||Education and Community Corrections COR Reps||Improve school attendance for children in k-3 to improve best practices.||Ongoing|
|Ahkameyimoh Prince Albert Gang Strategy Partnership||No||No||Working with community to support a gang exit strategy for Prince Albert as well as a number of other comunities throughout Saskatchewan||Two COR members sit on this committee, providing data and statistical supports where required||Tactical Analysis and Education Rep||WFCG||Develop and implement a gang exit strategy and programming for Prince Albert and other Sask communities||Ongoing|
|Harm reduction presentation on Hub||No||No||Invited to communicate the purpose of the Hub and how our Hub database is used||COR Tactical Analyst along with Hub ADS rep provided a 20 minute presentation to ADS workers and other community agencies||Tactical Analyst and Hub ADS representative||Hub ADS representative||Educate community supports on how the Hub can be utilized and how the data can be useful|
|Provided Saskatchewan Interpersonal Violence and Abuse Unit (Ministry of Justice) Thematic Analysis regarding Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault in Prince Albert||No||No||Provide data support for Prince Albert that will assist decision makers in Regina||Analytical supports and forwarded relevant COR papers||Tactical analyst||Provide decision makers with robust data pertaining to Prince Albert|
|Provided Hub support to multiple Hubs across Saskatchewan||No||No||Provide data collection quality assurance for several Provincial Hubs||Communicated data gaps and concerns to various Provincial Hubs||Strategic and Tactical Analysts||Maintain excellent data collection practices for Hub data collection||Ongoing|
|PAPS wait time at Victoria Hospital, primarily Mental Health and Addictions related calls- Thematic Analysis||No||Support for proposed PACT||Allow decision makers specific information to decide how to best implement new program/ support||Report provided||Tactical Analyst||PAPHR and PAPS||PACT TEAM||Jul-18|
|Data analysis support to any COR project or participating agency if required||NA||NA||Evidence-based operation||Collecting, compiling, analysing data, preparation of data products in collaboration with COR sector specialists or agencies||CMPA analysts||Any agency providing data||Increased degree of evidence-based operation||Ongoing|
|Development of metrics to measure the state of community safety and well-being and changes of it||No||NA||Support evidence-based operation, inform action and measurement of change and impact, shared measurement||Establishing access to existing data, collecting data or supporting others in their data collection, documentation of explorations on how existing data could serve as a metric to inform action or measurement of change and impact||CMPA analysts||All agencies||Increase in evidence-based operation through improved identification of issues, measurement of outputs and outcomes/impacts contributing to improved community safety and well-being||Ongoing|
|Project Deliverable||Project Proposal||Project Objective||Actions||Lead/Assisting Agencies||Other Agencies||Expected Outcomes||Timeline||Status Updates|
|Christmas Hampers||No||Provide families with food and necessities for the Christmas Holidays||Connected with outside agencies and Hub to sponsor families within our communities to have sufficient food and necessities during the Christmas Holidays when stores and services were closed||Executive Director, Administrative Assistant, Hub representatives||SRPSD Hub Rep, PACSD Hub Rep, ADS Hub Rep, Candle Lake Snow Drifters, Dumont Family, ET Flooring/Lemoal Family, Candle Lake Women’s Group, CMPA||7 families received $300-500 food, necessity and gift baskets from sponsors to have for the Christmas Holidays.||Nov/Dec 2016||Completed|
|Information Sharing Guidelines for Hubs||No||COR assistance||The COR assisted with the changes and implementation of the new information sharing guidelines||Improved Guidelines||2014 2015 2016||Completed|
|Privacy Impact Assessment||No||Have a PIA in place for CMPA/Hub/COR||COR was instrumental in assisting with the development of the Information Sharing Guidelines for Hubs||All COR Members||Privacy||Information Sharing Guidelines in place with the PIA.||2014 2015 2016||Completed|
|RCMP Privacy Impact Assessment||No||Have A PIA in place for RCMP||RCMP COR rep worked on PIA||RCMP COR representative||PIA in place for RCMP regarding Hub and COR.||2015 2016||Unknown|
|The Case for a Prince Albert and Area Community Alcohol Strategy||No||Develop a plan for an alcohol strategy in Prince Albert and Area||Provide a case plan and have the community adopt the plan and continue to make change in the community||COR||Community will adopt case and take over||Ongoing|
|RCMP Hub Training||No||Provide Hub training to RCMP members||Provide RCMP Hub training to RCMP members||RCMP COR Rep||Improve knowledge and understanding of Hub||2014 2015 2016||Unknown|
|Denatured Alcohol Project||No||Decrease sale and consumption of denatured Alcohol, such as Listerine and hair spray||Attend to stores and outlets, to discuss sales, liability and best practices for the sale of denatured alcohol||PAPS COR Rep||Community stores and outlets||Reduce the sale and consumption of denatured alcohol. Put in place best practices and assist with policy changes in regards to the sale of denatured alcohol||2015||Completed|
|Strengthening Families Program||No|
|Domestic Violence Pilot Project||No||Reduce domestic violence and offer assistance to victims and families||MSS/PAPS COR reps attended and met with families that didn’t meet the acutely elevated risk for the Hub tables. Offered assistance to families for support.||MSS COR Rep, PAPS COR Rep||Dwayne McGillivray MSS Manager||Reduce domestic violence, provide support for victims and families||2014 2015||Completed|
|E-Learning Videos||No||To provide Hub representatives across the country with Hub examples for E-Learning||COR/Hub members acted out Hub scenarios that were videoed and put into the E-Learning||COR/Hub Staff||RIBBET||E-Learning videos to be used for Training||2014||Completed|
|Social Media Education Talks||No||Provide social media talks to community agencies and sports groups||Provided social media talks to sports teams, classrooms, seniors||PAPS COR Rep||Understanding of social media and the important do’s and don’t of the uprising social media today||2015 2016 2017||Completed|
|PAPS Missing Persons Policy||No||Improve safety and investigations of missing persons and at risk youth||Remove AWOLS from PAPS system and mark all persons as missing. Improve the safety of teens by having someone look for them||PAPS COR Rep||PAPS||Improved safety of at risk teens when they are missing or runaway||2016||Completed|
|CMPA Talks on Hub/COR||No||Educate and inform agencies and visitor on Hub and COR||Provide talks, outside agency visits||Corrections COR Rep, PAPS COR Rep||Improve understanding of the Hub process and COR work.||2015 2016 2017||Completed|
|Missing Persons in Group Homes||No||Improve relationships with group homes and work with them to improve kids running away||Attended group homes and built relationships. Offered assistance and ideas on where to improve||MSS and PAPS COR Reps||Group Homes||Offer ideas on how to improve group home kids running away||2015||Completed|
|Saskatchewan Prevention Institute “Alcohol let’s Talk” Group||No||Education COR Rep||2016|
|Education on the Hub||No||Provide information on Hub to home agencies||Have meetings and provide information on Hub. Champion Hub at home agencies||All COR Reps||Improved understanding of Hub and COR at home agencies||2012 2013 2014 2015 2016||Completed|
|Complex Case/Homeward Bound Clients Before and After Analysis||No||Show what Hub can do||Show data 6 months before Hub and 6 months after Hub||Tactical Analyst||Shows what Hub can do and provide data on where to improve||2016|
|Fail To Attend Court/Auto Text||Yes||Improve fail to appears by implementing an auto text message to offenders for their court dates and times||Research on auto text message systems, provide information, data and research on how to implement an auto text message system for court. Forward to government for recommendation and implementation||Education COR Rep, Corrections COR Rep, Administrative Assistant, Strategic Analyst||Sask Justice||Improve Court Attendance and reduce fail to appear for court||2016 2017||Completed|
|Carlton High School Monologs||No||Improve awareness of Alcohol, Drugs, Domestic Violence, suicide, Prostitution, PTSD||COR Members shared job descriptions of home agencies, shared personal stories, informed regarding addictions, DV, suicides, prostitution and PTSD||PAPS/ Community Corrections||Carlton High School Drama Class||Improve awareness||2014 2015 2016||Completed|
|MADD Emergency Services Testimonials||No||Drinking and Driving awareness and education for the public||Provide personal testimonials from Emergency Services members in regards to Drinking and Driving to the radio station (Power 99FM)||Executive Director||PAPS Members||Educated the public/ Public awareness||2016||Completed|
|Education and the Hub||No||Complete Home agency Training||Accepts Referrals from schools, develop guidelines for schools, developed information packages for schools, presentations on Hub and COR to all divisions||Education COR Rep||Improve home agency communication and understanding of Hub and COR||2013 2014 2015 2016||Completed|
|2015/2016/2017 Teens and Alcohol/Marijuana Poster Campaign||Yes, LaRonge||Posters||Educate and inform teens and the public about alcohol and marijuana||Partner with high schools to get teens involved. Use the teens to educate their peers and the public. Provide incentives. Get the teens to develop a picture with a slogan||Executive Director, COR Administrative Assistant, COR Education||St Mary, Carlton, PACI, Wesmor, SRPSD, PACSD, La Ronge Hub, Senator Myles Venne School||Educate teens and the community||Completed|
|2015/2016/2017 Don’t Drink/Drug/Text and Drive Sign Campaign||Yes||Posters||Educate the public on Drinking, Drug, Texting and driving.||Provide materials for schools to paint a 4×8 sheet of plywood sign regarding Drinking, Drugs, texting and driving. Display the signs with smashed up cars in the community to educate the public||Executive Director, COR Administrative Assistant, COR Education||St Mary, Carlton, PACI, Wesmor, SRPSD, PACSD||Educate teens and the community||Completed|
|Community Crystal Meth Intervention||Yes, Community Corrections, School Divisions, MSS, PAPS, RCMP||Yes||Assist subjects in our community with crystal meth addiction to get the help and connect them to addiction services. Provide front line staff with another option for them to assist clients with crystal meth addiction||Develop a card that has the contacts and places to deal with crystal meth addiction. Numbers on the cards are for frontline staff to connect with or for subjects to take the card and use when they are ready for help||Executive Director, PAPHR Manager Cory Rennie||PAPS, Community Corrections, MSS, SRPSD, Addictions Services, RCMP||Connect meth addicts to addiction services. Provide options for frontline staff to deal with clients.||Completed|
|High Risk Individual (HRI) Strategy||No||Yes||To reduce the time in cells for chronic alcoholics with existing health concerns||Partner with Homeward Bound/Housing First. Speak with families of these subjects so that arrangements can be made for them to go to a safe place and be supervised by family while they are highly intoxicated||Executive Director||PAPS, Homeward Bound Staff||Reduce risk for chronic alcoholics||Completed|
|Crystal Meth/ Fentanyl Information Sessions||Yes, all Northern Hubs and agencies were invited. 576 Frontline staff attended from province||Working on||Provide information on crystal meth to front line staff members of all agencies. Adopted by PAPS & ADS to provide all 36 schools in Division with presentations to students and teachers.||Keep staff up to date and inform them of the current trend of crystal meth in our province||Executive Director, Administrative Assistant, Education COR Rep, Justice COR Rep||Educates front line staff regarding crystal meth||Completed|
|Project/ Deliverable||Project Proposal/ COR Action/ Observation Paper||Project Objective||Actions||Lead/ Assisting Agencies||Other Agencies||Expected Outcomes||Timeline|| Status
|Marijuana Legalization||What is our plan as agencies? What to brace for? Training provided? How will it impact us?|
|Teens and Marijuana||How marijuana damages teens|
|Domestic Violence||Programming, victims, better best practices|
|Teen/Adult Suicides||Numbers on the rise, why and what can we do?|
|Mental Health||Mental Health Facilities, more room, PACT teams, funding, cut backs, Adult Protection Orders|
|Continues Efforts on Crystal Meth||Rise in Crystal Meth, Rise in Property Crimes, No treatment facilities, no room in treatment|
|Alcohol||More people dying of alcohol than anything else, numbers on the rise, intox persons up, sales are up in the province|
|Drinking and Driving||Highest numbers in the country, repeat offenders, prohibited drivers|
|Parenting||Improve parenting, support parenting|
|Transportation to court for offenders||Offenders have no way to get to court from out of town to bigger centres #2 reason provided|
|Mobile Court Options||Mobile court to the smaller towns that have higher FTA numbers|
|PACT- Police and Crisis Teams||Police and Crisis Teams|