I just completed an interview with CBC News where we walked through Sandwich Town and other neighbourhoods in the west-end. The primary purpose of the interview was to ask the new Windsor Police Chief Al Frederick, and various other community groups on Policing, three fundamental questions:
1. Does Windsor Police have a unique strategy specific to the west-end to reduce and eliminate crime?
2. How can we as residents, aside from forming neighbourhood watch groups, assist Windsor Police in achieving their goals?
3. How can we work together to change the negative perception of the west-end?
Some, if not all, of those questions will be addressed at a town hall next week featuring the new Police Chief, and other snippets may be aired on CBC News sometime in the near future.
In addition to the questions, we discussed the challenges, opportunities and strategies to make the west-end a better place to live, work and play.
Fabio Costante Windsor
Our West End is a blog dedicated for residents to share information regarding neighbourhood issues and developments with the primary intention of making West Windsor a better place to live, work and play. If you would like to post or share anything related to the west-end, please email Fabio Costante at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To receive our updates and join the hundreds of west-end residents who are currently subscribed, input and submit your email in the "Follow By Email" box below.
Please note that any opinions expressed are those of the author/resident and not of any organization, unless expressly stated.