This collection of reports and essays on collaborative risk-driven community safety and wellness has been assembled to provide researchers, policymakers, and front-line professionals with an opportunity to access some of the more recent work in this emerging field. Starting with the original Hub model in Prince Albert, human service providers across Canada and beyond have been mobilizing their communities to form collaborative risk-driven interventionist initiatives aimed at mitigating risk before harm occurs. Over the past few years, researchers and evaluators have participated in ongoing developments in this field. The Centre has played an integral role in conceptualizing and tracking the progress made to date. Other research and evaluation teams are invited to contribute their own work to this collection. 

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