The Safer Calgary Initiative commissioned a survey in January 2004 to determine concerns and needs of Calgarians regarding safety related issues. The survey results will be used to plan and develop strategies and initiatives to promote and increase safety in Calgary.

Perceptions of Safety Survey

Perceptions of Safety Survey
2004

This annual report is one means to communicate with Calgarians on our activities. We hope it helps in your understanding of Safer Calgary and its role in helping to make Calgary a safer community. Every Calgarian has a vested interest and a role in this quest.

Safer Calgary 2009 Annual Report

Safer Calgary Annual Report
2009

This is the first update of Safety in Numbers. Its purpose is to document changes in the overall level of safety that occurred between 2000 and 2003, including where safety improvements were made and areas that may warrant additional attention.

Safety in Numbers Update 2005

Safety In Numbers Update
2005

This is a baseline report that provides a snapshot of Calgary’s safety in the year 2000. It is the benchmark against which Safer Calgary plots the progress of the city.

Safety in Numbers

Safety In Numbers
2000

This issue covers internet safety, poison and carbon monoxide safety, abuse and neglect of seniors, snow shoveling safety, and more.

Safety in the Home – Issue 2

Safety in the Home
Issue 2

The inaugural issue is packed with information on emergency preparedness, domestic violence, fire safety, and suicide prevention.

Safety in the Home – Issue 1

Safety in the Home
Issue 1

In this issue, we look at safety for those who live on the streets, including some statistics that might surprise you.

Safety in the Community – Issue 6

Safety in the Community
Issue 6

Issue 5 examines the link between domestic violence and homelessness, including what to do if you are being abused.

Safety in the Community – Issue 5

Safety in the Community
Issue 5

Issue 4 looks at concussions – the causes, symptoms, recovery process, and the precautions you can take to avoid them.

Safety in the Community – Issue 4

Safety in the Community
Issue 4

The premier issue of Safety in the Community¬†discusses building communities free from bullying, having fun in and around Calgary’s water spots, and safe cycling in the city.

Safety in the Community – Issue 1

Safety in the Community
Issue 1

This issue focuses exclusively on the problem of distracted driving. We cover the biggest distractions and offer some strategies to prevent them.

Safety in the Community – Issue 2

Safety in the Community
Issue 2