Police Information and Statistics (POLIS) Committee


    Work in partnership with the Policing Services Program of the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, a Division of Statistics Canada, and other partners, to develop and communicate meaningful public safety information.


    1. Recommend a suite of national, uniform police performance and community safety indicators that are or will be feasible to collect.
    2. Establish common categories for classifying calls for service and support feasibility work for common data collection.
    3. In collaboration with the E-crimes Committee and other relevant stakeholders, improve the availability of cybercrime data via the UCR and other sources, and work with the E-crimes Committee to validate statistical needs of policing organizations and an inventory of police and non-police measurements.
    4. Support the redesign of the Police Administration Survey and the Homicide Survey.


    Deputy Chief Stuart Betts and Ms. Julie Sauvé