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Some may try to help the victim themselves, which sadly can have dangerous consequences. Right or wrong the connection between casinos and crime is part of public discourse. And perceptions are hard to change.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} You would not think of the repercussions of making that call β€” someone is having a heart attack and their life needs to be saved. It is no surprise that the length of involvement in schooling significantly impacts participation in criminal activity and the probability of incarceration, as found in Snapshot in Time: Root Causes of Crime in Waterloo Region. As a result of the early work completed by partners from across Canada, a three-phase strategy was developed. She has more than 20 years of experience in the field of poverty prevention, reduction and alleviation. The fact that the budget does not mention this is noteworthy for future crime prevention as we intend to and assume the province intends to participate and follow the Ontario Crime Prevention Framework. If you ever are unfortunate enough to witness a drug overdose the correct course of action is to call , perform CPR if the victim has stopped breathing and administer naloxone if you have access to it. That life, that one life, would be saved. The percentage of children scoring low on these indices is noteworthy because antisocial behaviour among children is associated with an increased risk of persistent delinquency and criminal involvement later in life. We have reviewed the budget and analyzed where it will directly or indirectly affect crime prevention through the root causes of crime. Fear of arrest weighs heavily on this life or death decision. Without question, regardless of anything, a life, just one life, is worth saving. Some of the data collected over the two years was analyzed, the results of which was presented at the May 28th Community Conversations Series event. Beyond the community services sector, local school boards, municipalities and public health units similarly use data on social and emotional development for planning programs and services for families. Fear of long term impact on our quality of life is often as detrimental as crime itself. We need to reduce the barriers to calling during routine drug overdoses by providing limited legal immunity through Good Samaritan Drug Overdoes Laws and we need to work on distributing naloxone across Canada, barrier-free. Making naloxone, also known as Narcan, available in every province without a prescription is also an essential piece of this puzzle. In , This is the exact same as the Ontario provincial average and slightly above the Canada average of However, when the results are examined for individuals under the age of 35, the Waterloo Region has more residents without a high school diploma than the Provincial average. In addition to the above some key initiatives are in place to meet the needs of all of our students on their way to successful completion of the OSSD. We need to know what the deep-seated societal attitudes are and how or if they connect to one another, so that we can create an effective communications strategy. Naloxone can be easily administered and it temporarily counteracts the effects of drug overdose, providing precious time to get the person to the hospital. In fact, this has been well-known in the education sector for many years β€” which explains the great lengths to which school boards go in mitigating against this problem. Every three years Senior Kindergarten teachers evaluate their students using the Early Development Instrument. Just one life. What if you could save a life? So what can be done? Big job? {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}This article appeared in the July 14, edition of the Waterloo Region Record. One idea used in Vancouver is to limit police involvement in routine overdose calls. Clearly, people who use drugs along with their family and friends, come face to face with death all the time. Terry Mitchell, Associate Professor, Psychology at Wilfrid Laurier University, we were able to begin a project to research deep-seated societal attitudes towards people living in poverty. Since , as resources allow, Opportunities Waterloo Region has been working on an initiative to shift societal attitudes towards people living in poverty. We have provided you with a full copy of the position statement and also included some materials that we believe are relevant in this context. There has been no dialogue that did NOT at some point mention the concern that crimes increase in the proximity of casinos. Programs that promote and offer early learning opportunities need to be prioritized, implemented and given a chance to prove their value in the long term. This tool provides scores on a number of factors, two of which directly relate to crime prevention. The longer someone waits for medical assistance the more likely that a life will be lost. Early Development Instrument data is used in program planning to help ensure that programs encompass the most current needs of the children and that programming brought into other sites across our communities are geared to address the areas of child development that need improvement. Here are few key highlights supporting crime prevention:. The table below tracks the percentage of residents in the Kitchener-Cambridge-Waterloo Census Metropolitan Area that do not have a high school diploma. Ontario Early Years Centres provide universal, free access to early learning and parenting programs for children age and their caregivers. The data in the section of Root Causes of Crime in Waterloo Region titled Income of Low Income Families is no surprise to those of us who are familiar with poverty-related issues in our regional community. For almost all of us the answer to these questions is an enthusiastic yes. All of these consequences anxiously whirl around in the panicked mind of a witness. In the interest of time I can only highlight a few aspects of the position. These reports outline the following:. This is poor β€” it may not be deep or absolute poverty, but it is precariously close to it. The findings were discussed and ideas for next steps considered. Ultimately if we truly believe that every life is precious, then the answer is policy change. We think we know what the attitudes are, but these might be ones that are only visible on the surface. Waterloo Region was also lower than Ontario, at While encouraging, the percentage of children in Waterloo Region who are vulnerable scored low on this domain is still 1. But what can be done? Street remedies can often make the situation worse. Community and Community Health Centres, Neighbourhood Associations, Social Planning Councils, non-profit organizations such as the YMCA and KidsAbility, to name a few, also place great value on early child development as an up-stream approach to preventing negative child outcomes. Perceptions can become reality. Would you? How can we save people? However, in the event that a casino should be opened here, we recommend that the development and operations of the casino must incorporate crime prevention considerations and harm reduction strategies from the very beginning. The research will continue in Stay tuned for updates as they develop by reading about this project on our website. Over half of the people surveyed do not make the critical call. The research step is critical. This project stalled because we could not find the research dollars to begin the first step. The position statement is also available on our website www. This is significant because individuals under the age of 35 are at the highest risk of participating in criminal activity. The inclusion of these indicators in understanding crime prevention serves as a reminder that the importance of early learning goes much beyond the reading, writing and arithmetic facets. You bet! Thank you for the opportunity to speak with you tonight on the topic of a casino in Kitchener or the Waterloo Region. This brings me to the issue that is β€” in my opinion β€” the root of all root causes and needs the highest priority in order to significantly reduce and prevent poverty in the long term β€” this is the stigmatization of people living in poverty. Your own city online survey mentions safety along with considerations of health, city image and so on. You can view the presentation here. The length of involvement in schooling significantly impacts participation in criminal activity and the probability of incarceration. If you were to witness a heart attack, you would call without hesitation. The Ontario Health Ministry recently introduced naloxone for public distribution and emergency responders watch in amazement as the compound saves lives. Throughout my time working in the community services sector, I have seen how hard agencies work together not only to ensure that we are aware of the importance of early child development, but also to provide services that work towards reducing the number of vulnerable children. Across this country people are dying from legal and illegal drug use. We look for information with an eye for the root causes of crime which are economic factors, social environment and family structures. These laws protect overdose victims and someone who calls from arrest for being under the influence, simple drug possession, and possessing drug paraphernalia. This tells us that we still have room for improvement as well as an opportunity to set a goal to match or do better than the Ontario average in this domain. Would that life still be worth saving? Our research, published in the most recent issue of the Journal of Critical Social Work , shows that people who witness overdoses think very hard about the repercussions of making that call to Sometimes these repercussions are too great β€” people will hesitate or not call at all. What happens? It is especially the universal programs which have the most impact. The three steps are:. Lofty goal? A fact sheet is currently being developed and will be share in our September newsletter. One answer lies in the way emergency services respond when they receive drug overdose emergency calls. The percentage of children scoring low on the social competence and emotional maturity index declined from to However, despite the improvement Waterloo Region did not score as well as Ontario in which had 9. Currently, there are many organizations and agencies involved in addressing this issue in the community services sector. People legitimately fear the police showing up, being criminally charged for drug possession, and for mothers, having their children taken away. Now try to imagine how this scenario changes: it is not a heart attack, it is a drug overdose. They do not protect people from serious offenses such as trafficking.