On behalf of the entire CMPA Team, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for visiting our website.
Community Mobilization Prince Albert (CMPA) represents a tremendous effort by many over the past 7 years. This initiative is a first of its kind in Canada that has attracted considerable attention since we first moved forward with our Hub model in February 2011, with over one hundred tables duplicating the model across North America. Since the inception of CMPA, the Hub model has remained the same. With new partnering agencies joining the table and improved collaboration, the Prince Albert Hub table has reached over 2100 situations. There have been 4760 situations brought to all Hub tables across Saskatchewan. We will continue with our success; learning, changing and growing as we move forward assisting those individuals and families in need of services.
In 2016, we began to adapt and change CMPA’s Centre of Responsibility (COR) model to improve our services to our communities and to our Province, with the continued focus of community safety. The COR team continues to focus on community safety by improving gaps in service and working on systemic issues identified by the Hub tables and partnering agencies. In early 2018, we have been working on a new COR Strategic Plan that will provide direction and outline the goals we wish to accomplish in upcoming years. The Strategic Plan will allow us to refine and adjust to continue on the path that is best for our communities. The COR will share current, completed and future projects we have been working on. This new process will update, assist and answer questions of community agencies, front line staff, community leaders and citizens. Our goal is to work on projects that are adaptable to any community within our province. We will continue to work with all partnering agencies, community agencies and Community Safety and Well Being, within the Government of Saskatchewan, as we move forward. We will continue to work collaboratively with the new COR model as the COR is made up of people who work in different professions, and who may see the problems and challenges in their community through differing lenses. This collaboration between agencies is a process that works very well. Having input and an outside view from all participating agencies, front line staff, and leadership assists us in making the best possible decisions to improve community safety for all across the Province.
Sgt. Troy Dumont.