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Our goals

The team at PDQ 44 works to maintain security in its territory, in compliance with the SPVM's global priorities. To this end, the team has established these objectives :

Anchor the police service in its community


  • Develop closer ties between external partners and officers in the field, using a problem resolution approach.
  • Offer our partners the opportunity to take part in a patrol day.
  • Organize and take part in “Partner day,” a thought-provoking day of discussion with our partners and some residents to establish an accurate portrait of the problems facing Rosemont:
    • Present our action plan to the public and our partners and (if required) fine-tune our priorities based on comments and suggestions received at the meeting

Safeguard the public

  • Meet with elementary school children in person and through the social media to raise awareness and equip them to combat bullying, especially cyberbullying.
  • Prevent and combat violence against women by meeting with female high school students to offer support and inform them of resources available to them.
  • Provide follow-up and support for every victim of domestic violence.
  • Organize and take part in activities with troubled youth to build bridges with them and offer avenues conducive to their development and social integration.
  • Meet with seniors in their own environment:
    • Take part in the “Vivre et vieillir à Rosemont” roundtable.
    • Offer presentations on senior abuse, neglect and mistreatment.
    • Take exploratory steps to identify existing issues and work to curb them.
  • Improve the road safety record by reducing the number of traffic fatalities and injuries:
    • Target problem locations
    • Conduct operations in critical areas around schools and parks
    • Meet with young children and seniors to raise awareness of the need to obey traffic lights and pedestrian signals
  • Provide a reassuring presence on commercial arteries and in parks where there are recurring problems.
  • Improve the sense of security on commercial arteries and in parks and keep the “Non-tolérance d’actes indécents” signs in place.
  • Handle public complaints in cooperation with the Module d’action par projets to identify crime trends (e.g., purse theft, theft from vehicles).

Develop an agile, efficient, high-performance organization

  • Develop the competencies of our police staff to respond more effectively to changes in modern society and protect their physical integrity.