The Philanthropist recently published an interesting article which is the second in a series on social innovation.  CSKA's own Chair of the Board of Directors, Dale McFee, is featured in the article along with Saskatchewan content.



CSKA and partners announce the Capstone Initiative

CSKA and its partners, the Centre for Collaborative Justice Studies (University of Regina), the Forensic Centre for Behavioural Science & Justice Studies (University of Saskatchewan) and the Canadian Society for Evidence-Based Policing are pleased to announce the Capstone Initiative.

The Community Safety Knowledge Alliance (CSKA) official launch was held on November 6, 2015 at Innovation Place in Saskatoon. 

Community Safety Knowledge Alliance

The Government of Saskatchewan and its partners today introduced the Community Safety Knowledge Alliance (, an innovative new research and knowledge development centre, which will support the drive for improved community safety and wellbeing within Saskatchewan and Canada.

CSKA receives Motorola Solutions Foundation Public Safety Grant: Grant will help improve safety and wellbeing outcomes.

The Community Safety Knowledge Alliance today announced that it has received USD$80,000 as part of the Motorola Solutions Foundation’s public safety grant awards.

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