About Us

Who we are

We are a certified social enterprise specializing in place-based capacity development.

We facilitate the creation of innovative and sustainable solutions made up of the essential pieces and members of a community.

We assist government institutions, community organizations, social enterprises and private companies to improve their ability to solve community, safety, wellbeing and security issues.

Capacity & Growth

Safety & Security


Leadership & Change

Social Responsibility (CSR)

Ideas born in the field

Persons Community Solutions

Our vision

We exist to contribute to a future where all people have ownership in addressing their needs.

We are led by our social impact mission to sustainably empower communities in their safety and wellbeing through co-creation and social innovation.

We want to break away from the classic vision of security & safety, which is fear-driven and a source of control and punishment.

We work from a consent based framework to empower communities in addressing safety and wellbeing sustainably, leveraging existing capacities while co-creating new ones.


A social enterprise is an organization that uses common business practices, but instead of having profit as the primary goal, uses social objectives (e.g. the environment, community needs, social justice) as their primary purpose.

What We Do?

Let’s work together!

Benefit from the expertise and experience of a team specializing in community safety and well-being

Governmental institutions and nonprofits

Improve your ability to address issues of community safety and well-being. Advance your projects effectively. Participate effectively to reduce crimes and insecurity in a sustainable way. Access social innovation and expertise to strengthen funding applications (NPO’s). Train your teams in safety concepts.

Private companies and social enterprise

Apply a modern and sustainable approach to security for your operations and events. Participate in resolving safety and community well-being issues by supporting social initiatives. Train your teams in safety concepts

Download the White paper

We call the police too much

Canadian communities have failed when they allow an issue to devolve to the point of calling 911.

There are already resources available to us today to develop an internal capacity within these communities.

For perspective we draw comparisons to a similar issue that was addressed in north america in the mid 1960s and outline a roadmap of the next steps.


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