State Of Safety Luncheon Looks At How Safe The Community Is

Monday June 8th, 2015

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A first event of its kind will take place in Windsor this week looking at how safe the community is.

The inaugural State of Safety Luncheon will kick off the initiative to have the City of Windsor become a Designated Safe Community by Parachute Canada.

This event will feature presentations by Mayor Drew Dilkens, Chief Al Frederick from Windsor Police Service and Chief Bruce Montone from Windsor Fire & Rescue Services will show the strong collaborative efforts being taken to secure this designation.

Updates with respect to community safety, new initiatives that are in motion to grow community engagement and hear visions of the future of the City of Windsor will be presented.

This event will also be a showcase to celebrate the achievements of individuals who continually make a difference in our community with the first annual Neighbourhood Heroes Recognition and Awards.

It takes place on Thursday from noon to 1:30pm at Caesars Windsor, Augustus Ballroom III & IV.

Tickets are on sale now for $50 each and can be purchased at The Safety Village, calling Tyler Lamphier at 519-945-5500 ext. 239. All proceeds will go towards supporting Safe City Windsor community safety programs.

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