Who we are
The Capital Region Integrated Safety Partnership (CRISP) is committed to enhancing traffic safety in municipalities located within Alberta’s Capital Region, through sustained, collaborative and integrated evidenced-based intersection safety initiatives.
CRISP has been a successful collaborative for over 16 years and continues to expand regionally and develop strategies and projects focused on the shared vision.
Membership and involved groups include:
What we do
CRISP partners share resources and expertise to implement on-going, collaborative and integrated intersection safety research and initiatives to reduce the frequency and severity of intersection collisions in Alberta’s Capital Region. In line with the three pillars for injury prevention, CRISP initiatives are evidence-based and integrate best practices in the areas of education, engineering and enforcement strategies followed by evaluation of results and target four priorities.
No traffic fatalities or serious injuries in the Alberta Capital Region.
CRISP enables partners to advance a safe system approach across the Alberta Capital Region through the development and sharing of local, multidisciplinary road safety data, research and experience.
Strategic Plan 2021-2023
In late 2020, CRISP members met to update the strategic plan with intentions to:
- Affirm CRISP’s vision, mission and values, and adjust if needed.
- Develop a three-year strategic framework for action.
- Develop goals for CRISP to achieve between 2021-2023.
- Develop action plans for each of CRISP’s strategic goals.