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Keeping our Community Safe

Serving Winnipeg’s Central Park Neighbourhood

Central Park Foot Patrol

Enhancing the quality of life for residents and visitors in the community


Time to return to the streets








New safety protocols in place to ensure the safety for our volunteers and community. To minimize the risks, CPFP is now only welcoming volunteers who already have experience in patrolling with CPFP. 

No new volunteer opportunities until further notice.

Growing Seeds: CPFP 2019 Annual Report


Our 2020 Annual General Meeting took place on Monday August 17, 2020. Thank you to all those who attended both online and in person at Knox Church!

At the Annual General Meeting, we were pleased to present our first Annual Report. You can find the report here

We thanked all our funders and donors, our volunteers, and all the founding Board Members who have now moved on. 

We also welcomed new Members of the Board of Directors for 2020. We are excited to work together to further our mission. 

CPFP Response to COVID-19 

May 23, 2020
CPFP is pleased to announced that, after a short pause due to COVID-19, our patrol volunteers will soon be back on the streets to serve you.
CPFP is committed to ensuring the safety and health of all our volunteers and community members, especially those who are the most vulnerable. To do that, CPFP will resume in limited numbers and on limited evenings. Our volunteers will be following public health recommendations around distancing and sanitation, both among each other and with our community members. 
Starting Friday June 5, 2020, our patrol will resume activities of outreach on Friday and Saturdays with some of our regular volunteers. 
Walk-ins are currently not accepted. New volunteers can contact us on social media, via our website, or by applying on the Volunteer Manitoba website
All info on COVID-19:

Join our crew!

The CPFP Central Park Foot Patrol walks the Central Park Neighbourhood on Friday and Saturday evenings.

In our role as ambassadors for safety in the community, we provide safe walks, we support community members in distress, we make referrals to other services, we safely collect discarded needles and weapons, we are a positive presence in the neighbourhood.

Join our amazing volunteers in making the community safer! Our home base is Knox Church, 400 Edmonton St. 

We are not currently accepting walk-ins – please contact us to inquire about joining or apply here.


About CPFP Central Park Foot Patrol Inc.

The Central Park community has been experiencing higher levels of violence that are linked to the meth crisis and other causes rooted in poverty and marginalization. A group of concerned neighbourhood residents started organizing in the fall of 2018, with the hope to start a community foot patrol to increase safety in Central Park.

The group incorporated into the CPFP Central Park Foot Patrol Inc. in March 2019, as a non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance the quality of life for residents and visitors in the community, by providing programs, services, and opportunities for social interaction that contribute to the overall well-being and a sense of community to all.

All volunteers receive orientation around Code of Conduct, Policy and Procedure Manual, safe sharps disposal, and incident report writing. Volunteers are eligible to attend paid training, as funding allows, and gain an understanding of community-led safety from a harm reduction and trauma informed lens, as well as experience in community development. Join us!

Get in Touch

Contact us to learn more or find out how you can help.

431-998-3973 /// Please note this is NOT an emergency line. For emergencies please call 911.

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