Project Teams

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Who is guiding the work?

Guiding plan development is the Regional Community Safety and Well-Being (CSWB) Systems Leadership Table, which is made up of executive leaders from across multiple sectors, and the Enhanced Sector Network (ESN), which comprises community organizations and committees that work alongside individuals from historically underrepresented groups. Together, the Regional CSWB Systems Leadership Table and the Enhanced Sector Network will assist project teams in delivering a plan to the councils of the City of Windsor and County of Essex that aligns with the best interests of residents and reflects the unique needs of each of the eight municipalities.

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Over 25 partners from across nine sectors, all of whom either have a mandate for or an interest in community safety and well-being, have come together to form the Regional CSWB Systems Leadership Table. Members of the leadership table are uniquely positioned to help guide the development and implementation of sector and cross-sector recommendations. See full membership list by sector

Enhanced Sector Network Groups

Collage of Enhanced Sector Network group membersThe Enhanced Sector Network (ESN) was created to ensure that diverse voices from historically underrepresented communities were heard, and their priorities are woven throughout the planning process. In this regard, the ESN will review the data results from the public consultation and establish a list of strategic priorities the CSWB plan will pursue. The ESN consists of eight (8) groups, each made up of representatives from existing committees and community organizations. Each group coincides with a community that historically has been underrepresented in community safety and well-being planning.

The eight groups are as follows:

  1. Indigenous Communities
  2. Racialized Persons
  3. Newcomers
  4. Youth
  5. Seniors
  6. 2SLGBTQ+
  7. Accessibility Communities
  8. Broader Community

ESN members are involved in contextualizing current regional and community data related to community safety and well-being and are involved in a process of risk prioritization. See list of committees and community organizations that are involved in the Enhanced Sector Network​.​​​

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