Atlantic Crime Prevention Resource Centre is a regional reference and resource centre on crime prevention and community safety.


Atlantic Crime Prevention Resource Centre is operated by Community Legal Information Association of P.E.I. Inc. with support from the Justice Resource Service of the Department of Community Services and Attorney General, PEI and in cooperation with the Atlantic Coordinating Committee on Crime Prevention and community Safety.
The Atlantic Coordinating Committee is a regional partnership of provincial community crime prevention organizations, provincial and federal government departments and other volunteer members.


Atlantic Crime Prevention Resource Centre is a legacy from the Moncton regional office of the Solicitor General Canada. It is a reference and resource centre which makes information on crime prevention, community safety and related issues available in an accessible and user-friendly manner. Crime prevention associations, advocacy groups and members of the public need the best possible information about what is going on and what can be done in crime prevention: Atlantic Crime Prevention Resource Centre can provide that.
Atlantic Crime Prevention Resource Centre serves to promote a climate of cooperation and joint planning between various levels of government and community. In addition to information services, consultative services are offered to community groups, voluntary organizations and provincial departments on such matters as project development and community development.


Located on the first floor of the Sullivan Building at 20 Fitzroy Street, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.


Atlantic Crime Prevention Resource Centre
Box 1207
Charlottetown, PEI C1A 7M8
tel: (902)892-0853
toll free from the Atlantic provinces: 1-800-240-9798
fax: (902) 368-4096
email: contact@cliapei.ca



1999, Atlantic Crime Prevention Resource Centre