Welcome to the Safe City Oshawa Partnership
The Safe City Oshawa Partnership, composed of a diverse group of community stakeholders, aims to maintain that sense of confidence in our neighbourhoods by supporting grass-roots safety strategies. Our commitee members meet on a monthly basis, with the public welcome to attend. SCOP undertakes steps to achieve the goals set out in the Partnership's annual work plan.
Our efforts can range from attending community events with information and practical safety resources you can take away to literally cleaning up the City using our own hands and those of local volunteers. We welcome your input on subjects you feel need attention and encourge you to stay tuned to this website where we will post a wide variety of valuable safety materials and links that help families and individuals.
Paul Dobbs, Chairperson
COMING UP NEXT...
Your Safe City Oshawa Committee well into phase one of a two-year plan. We're working hard on a new approach to empower residents and organizations in Oshawa to open the door to their concerns and creative solutions to safety topics here. Keep an eye on this site for the special announcement of an amazing new opportunity that all of you will be able to take advantage of - fall of 2014!
COMMUNITIES WITH BROOMS 2014!
It was another great result this year, with close to 200 people coming out to help put a new, fresh face on the downtown after a long cold winter that trapped various bits of trash beneath the snow. Thank you to all the amazing people from Durham Continuing Education, City of Oshawa, DRPS, Cash Money, Ministry of Finance and the public at large who braved heavy winds and made a great visual impact on our community!
Many thanks to our SCOP members, particularly UOIT and Durham College, for bringing the Dissolve presentatio by Meghan Gardiner to the Regent in the fall. The performance was a powerful experience on the importance of personal safety for students.
Oshawa Youth Guide
Have you heard about our revised Youth Guide? Developed in partnership with United Way Information Services, the guide contains a mountain of excellent resources for youth to call upon. You can grab a copy off our site here (on the right) to keep on your cell phone, AND you can also use the always-up-to-date live version at this link --> http://www.safecityoshawa.ca/youth/guide/
Communities with Brooms Event Photos 2013 -> http://tinyurl.com/bslxrg8