Community Policing Partnership (CPP) Program
The Community Policing Partnerships (CPP) Program has ended on March 31, 2022 and will no longer be available beginning in 2022-23 fiscal year. This dataset contains names of grant recipients and allocations under the Community Policing Partnership Program since 2016/17. The program assists municipalities and First Nations salary-related costs of hiring additional police officers.
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- Publisher - Current Organization Name: Government of Ontario
- Licence: Open Government Licence – Ontario
Data and Resources
CPP Data List of Recipients and AllocationsCSVEnglish dataset CSV
Community Policing Partnership (CPP) ProgramXLSXEnglish French dataset XLSX
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