The Town of Ajax continues to be a committed leader in the ongoing development and support of community safety and well-being in Ajax. For the past 11 years, the Town has led the Partnership-Based Community Safety Strategies alongside the “Partners in Community Safety” committee which consists of representatives of various community organizations that support and are committed to working collaboratively to advance the strategy outcomes in Ajax. As community safety is a complex issue that is ever evolving, it requires collaborative investment by municipal leaders, service providers, community organizations, and residents. By sharing this responsibility, each person and sector plays a role in protecting and promoting healthy outcomes in our community.  

To learn more about the previous strategy and its outcomes:

The Town has begun dedicated efforts to the development of its new 2019-2022 Community Safety Strategy. This plan is being developed in partnership with the Durham Regional Police Services (West Division), the Town’s Partners in Community Safety, and you! 

The Strategy will focus on four key areas: Incident Response, Risk Intervention, Prevention, and Social Development by assessing the Priority Risks and Protective Factors within the Town.

Partners in Community Safety

  • Durham District School Board (DDSB)
  • Durham Catholic District School Board (DCDSB)
  • City of Pickering
  • Regional Municipality of Durham – Public Health Department
  • Durham Region Transit
  • Metrolinx
  • Ministry of Transportation Ontario (MTO)
  • John Howard Society of Durham Region (JHSD)
  • Ajax-Pickering Board of Trade
  • Distress Centre Durham
  • Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences
  • Victim Services of Durham Region

Consultation Schedule

  • February 2019 – Ajax Town Council Consultations
  • March/April 2019 – Key Stakeholder and Informant Consultations
  • May 2019 – Public Consultations (To participate, visit the Town’s new public engagement platform IMO – In My Opinion Hub and create an IMO Profile at