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Supporting Vulnerable People

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Our vision of a city where everyone is safe and engaged means all people matter and deserve support. In our diverse city, we recognize that some individuals need multiple supports to address personal challenges such as physical and mental health, addictions, homelessness and interpersonal violence. We also recognize that we can’t do it alone. Our priority of supporting vulnerable people involves the delivery of collaborative efforts with multiple community organizations to

  • address specific community issues,
  • ensure more effective service delivery, and
  • support victims and those whose public safety is threatened.

Download the condensed version of the Surrey Public Safety Strategy

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Community Services

Get help from Surrey's community partners and resources in community safety and crime reduction.

Newton Safety Unit stands together

Newton Safety Unit

Increased communication and taking action in Newton Town Centre.

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Network to Eliminate Violence in Relationships (NEVR)

Working to advocate, educate, & work to end violence in relationships.

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Inter-Agency Case Assessment Team (ICAT)

Responding to domestic violence calls & sharing information to reduce harm.

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Integrated Services Network (ISN)

Working together to help chronic offenders from reoffending.

Partners for SMART initiative

Surrey Mobilization and Resiliency Table (SMART)

RCMP, City staff & specialist resources work together to intervene to address situations of risk.