Community Safety Partners

We are privileged to serve this community along with our many community partners. Below we have listed their websites. 

safe communities logo

Safe Communities Wellington County is an organization that includes representatives from local municipal councils and other stakeholders with a vision to make Wellington County the safest place to live in Canada.

Victim Services Logo

Victim Services Ontario ensures that victims of crime receive the respect, information, and services they need in their communities and funds community organizations that deliver support.

Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington text with phone number

Crime Stoppers Wellington is an anonymous reporting service that forwards information about criminal activity to the appropriate investigative agency.

Here 24/7 logo

Here 24/7 Waterloo-Wellington-Dufferin offers access to addictions, mental health, and crisis services provided by 11 partner agencies across Waterloo-Wellington.

MADD wellington county

Mothers Against Drunk Driving Wellington County is a charitable organization that supports survivors, raises awareness about the dangers of impaired driving, and aims to save lives and prevent injuries on our roads.

Big Brothers Big Sisters Logo

Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Centre Wellington is a mentoring program that helps young people avoid risks and gain confidence to achieve more.

Project Lifesaver Logo

Project Lifesaver helps families protect members who may wander. Typically, these are people living with autism, Alzheimer’s, Down syndrome, Acquired Brain Injury, or other types of Cognitive Impairment. These individuals can be equipped with a 1-ounce wrist transmitter that sends a radio signal which can be tracked up to a 2-kilometer radius. The system operates all day, every day of the year. Once notified by caregivers that an individual has gone missing, specially trained police officers use mobile tracking equipment to find them.

How to Apply

  1. Call us at 519-824-1212 ext. 7304.
  2. Applicants are screened to meet criteria.
  3. Programme and equipment information is given to the applicants.
  4. Applicants are enrolled.