In 2005, with the unveiling of the new political framework for Greater Montréal, the SPVM undertook a review of its service coverage plan, in order to continue to improve the quality of the services it offers, harmonize more effectively with the central services, boroughs and newly combined cities, maximize the efficiency of its operational units, and effectively manage its service offer.
This process also provided the opportunity for the SPVM to prioritize current and future public security issues and define guidelines for the years to come. This preliminary analysis validated the mission adopted by the SPVM in 1995 and allowed the police service to establish a new vision and review its values.
The SPVM sees itself as a crucial partner at the very heart of Montréal. The proposed changes in the neighbourhood police model reflect the needs and expectations of the public and the changing realities that have an impact on the actions we as a community have to take to maintain peace and security in our city.
The SPVM's new service coverage plan is a major step forward in the development of an integrated security model for the territory of Montréal. Harmonizing security actions and methods around a shared vision will allow the different aspects of our security problems to be handled more effectively and ensure consistency in the efforts of all our security partners. This is what the SPVM is doing to prepare for the challenges we will face tomorrow in the complex and constantly changing environment of Montréal.
For more information on the service coverage plan, please consult the following sections:
At the heart of Montreal - New Service Coverage Framework (PDF, 1,2 Mo)
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