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St. John's Seeks Public Input for Crime and Violence Prevention Strategy



The City of St. John’s is seeking input and recommendations from residents and the community to aid in the development and facilitation of a new crime and violence prevention strategy.


St. John's will secure up to $1.83 million by March 2026 to support the development and facilitation of a comprehensive crime and violence prevention strategy in collaboration with community partners and stakeholders.


The City is interested in receiving feedback on residents’ recent experiences with violence and crime and perceptions of safety, as well as suggestions of best practices in the community, identification of service gaps, and new initiatives that could be considered.


A variety of tools are available to provide feedback including online options, via telephone at 311, or by attending one of several public meetings.


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