File 2016-044/009(18) - Cityhome security policy/strategy : final report

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Cityhome security policy/strategy : final report

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  • 1992 (Creation)

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1 folder of textual records

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File pertains to a report prepared for the City of Toronto Non-Profit Housing Corporation (Cityhome) by Rahder, Doyle and Associates and Jim Ward Associates about Cityhome security and safety issues and the development of a security policy. Records in this file include an open letter from the Drug Abuse and Security Committee of Cityhome, a framework for the development of a security policy, a Jan. 1992 draft "Summary of safety/security issue: final report for phase one", and a copy of "Cityhome security policy/strategy study final report" (July 1992).

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Created by J. Grant on 22 Feb. 2017

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