Calgary Police Commission has identified a number of issues residents are concerned about when it comes to safety in the city.
The new report released on Friday morning, came from a group of citizens engaged through an online forum environment in an attempt to identify some of the factors that resulted in a drop in a perception of safety in the CPC’s last citizen survey.
The results from the 2016 survey indicated that the percentage of residents that perceived Calgary as a safe place to live dropped to 53 percent from 55 percent in 2015. The perceived change in crime rate jumped to 49 percent from 37 percent in 2015.
A full report is available on the Calgary Police Commission’s website.