1. Resources & Publications

    2015 Performance Measurement Report

    This report marks the tenth year of reporting results to the public, and the first year reporting nationally as opposed to the previous provincial-level benchmarking. From across Canada, there are 10 single-tier and 5 upper-tier municipalities (including Niagara), who have contributed to this report. The 2015 MBNCanada Performance Measurement Report...
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    Niagara Regional Police Services 2013 Annual Report

    This report provides an overview of the vast array of services provided to the residents of Niagara and its visitors by the men and women of the Service. Among other things, the report provides information on: The police service’s provision of community-based crime prevention initiatives, community patrol, and criminal investigation...
  3. Resources & Publications

    Fatal Injury Collisions in Niagara: A 15-Year Analysis 1999-2013

    Over the past few years the Regional Municipality of Niagara Police Service and the community have become increasingly alarmed over the number of fatal injury collisions occurring in Niagara. For this reason it became abundantly evident that an analysis was timely to better understand this concern. The study period consists...
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    2012 Ontario Municipal Benchmarking Initiative Performance Measurement Report

    The 2012 Ontario Municipal Benchmarking Initiative Performance Measurement Report is a comparative report and does not attempt to provide an evaluation of, or explanation for, each municipality’s results. The graphs are designed to show how participating municipalities compare with each other on selected service measures. Results for 2012 are shown...
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    2013 Municipal Performance Measurement Program (MPMP) Results

    The MPMP program is a performance measurement and reporting system introduced in 2000 by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (MMAH). The intention of the program is to promote local government transparency and accountability. It also establishes an opportunity to use data to make informed decisions and optimize available...
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    TEMPO: Police Interactions A report towards improving interactions between police and people living with mental health problems

    In 2008 the MHCC conducted a review of the basic/recruit training, which occurs primarily at Canadian police colleges/academies, concerning interactions with people with mental illnesses. To complement that study, in 2010, the MHCC conducted a review that examined the nature and extent of such police training and education at the...
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    Police Encounters with People in Crisis

    As publicly announced by Chief of Police Bill Blair of the Toronto Police Service on August 30, 2013, the Honourable Frank Iacobucci has been engaged to conduct an independent review of the use of lethal force by the Toronto Police Service, with a particular focus on police encounters with persons...
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    Niagara Falls Open Data

    The Open Data Catalogue has been created which focuses on providing spatial data that can be freely used by our customers. This catalogue will initially provide basic information however it is our intent to expand this catalogue as we move forward with our Open Data initiative. Published By: The City...
  9. Resources & Publications

    Niagara Regional Police Services: 2012 Annual Report

    The Niagara Regional Police Service is dedicated to serving and protecting residents and visitors within the Regional Municipality of Niagara. This report provides an overview of the vast array of services provided to the residents of Niagara and its visitors by the men and women of the Service. In addition,...
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    Public Services for Ontarians: A Path to Sustainability and Excellence

    This report addresses economic challenges and efficiency of government, offering a road map to a day when Ontarians can count on public services that are both excellent and affordable. Published By: Commission on the Reform of Ontario’s Public Services, 1-866-668-8297 Publication Date: August, 2012  

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