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Members

A number of individuals and organizations participate as members and partners of the Crime Prevention Council.

Members and Partners of the Crime Prevention Council 

Membership – effective June 6, 2016

The Crime Prevention Council is a unique partnership between citizens, community organizations and service providers, totaling 43 members.

Ex-Officio Members (one vote per person):

Mayor
Chief of Police (or designate)
Detachment Commander Ontario Provincial Police - Northwest Region (or designate)
Chief - Fort William First Nation (or designate)
Deputy Grand Chief - Nishnawbe Aski Nation (or designate)
Métis Nation of Ontario (designate)
Ontario Union of Indians (designate)
Medical Officer of Health (or designate)
Crown Attorney (or designate)
Selection process: Each has a seat by virtue of their position.

City Councillors (one vote per person):
Selection process: Through City Council’s Appointment Process.

Community Representatives (one vote per person):

Citizen Representatives (2)
Youth Representatives (2)
Selection process: Through City Council’s Appointment Process.

Sectors (one vote per organization): 
Aboriginal Community:
Matawa First Nation
Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service
Ontario Native Women’s Association
Thunder Bay Indian Friendship Centre
Urban Aboriginal Advisory Committee
Education:
Lakehead District School Board
Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board
Northern Nishnawbe Education Council
Conseil Scolaire De District Catholique Des Aurores Boréales
Youth Services:
Recreation and Culture Division
Older Adult Services:
Age Friendly Thunder Bay
Emergency Housing:
Shelter House
Justice:
William W. Creighton Youth Services
Kairos Community Resource Centre
John Howard Society
Elizabeth Fry Society
Thunder Bay Parole Office (Correctional Service of Canada)
Child Protection:
Dilico Anishinabek Family Care
Children’s Aid Society of the District of Thunder Bay
Business:
Chamber of Commerce
BIAs and Business Areas of Thunder Bay
Mental Health & Addictions:
Children’s Centre Thunder Bay
St. Joseph’s Care Group
Thunder Bay Drug Strategy
Community Social Planning:
Lakehead Social Planning Council
Victim Services:
Thunder Bay Sexual Assault Centre
Thunder Bay Counselling Centre
Violence Against Women:
Thunder Bay and District Coordinating Committee to End Woman Abuse
Safety & Crime Prevention Initiatives:
Crime Stoppers

Selection process for Sectors: By invitation