On September 29, the ICPC was pleased to take part in a working meeting of the City of Montreal’s Communauté de pratique en sécurité urbaine (CPSU) on the issue of women and urban safety. The event was aimed at various players from the city’s 19 boroughs.
Through the participation of various stakeholder from these boroughs, this meeting was an opportunity to explore and collectively understand the essential challenges, fundamental values, and good practices relating to the safety of women in the urban environment.
The first activity consisted of an interactive group exercise session, during which participants were encouraged to explore different approaches and ideas for enhancing safety in public, private, and digital environments. Maxime Raulet, analyst and project officer at the ICPC, moderated this activity.
The ICPC also presented the results of a quantitative analysis of the ten most common offenses in their respective boroughs, according to the age and gender of the victims.
Thank you for the invitation!