a. Support the SPVM in its fight against organized crime and gun violence by permanently funding the teams dedicated to the fight against armed violence, including ELTA, which works against arms trafficking, and the anti-gang team, as well as the development of local and community policing;
b. Invest $5 million annually to support community organizations that work in the prevention of violence and crime among young people and in urban safety;
c. Deploy a mobile mediation and social intervention team throughout Montréal to promote social harmony and respond to crisis or distress situations affecting marginalized people and those in difficulty in public areas;
d. Demand that higher levels of government provide better control of arms trafficking, particularly at the Canadian border, a ban on private possession of assault weapons and handguns, and adequate funding for police forces to control guns;
e. Equip Montréal’s police officers with body cameras as of 2022;
f. Allow and support the establishment of local public security in the boroughs that so desire;
g. Work with the SPVM and the Fraternité des policières et des policières de Montréal to implement mechanisms so that police officers remain at least three years in the same neighbourhood station in order to develop better connections with the local community and organizations;
h. Continue to combat violence against women by making the dedicated SPVM team permanent and supporting shelters for women who are victims of violence and their children.