Community Relations

The McMaster Community

The McMaster campus is a diverse community of 35,000 undergrad students, graduate students, faculty and staff. Security Services is committed to working with all members of the commuting and the development of proactive programs.



Constable in Residence

The constable in residence program is a partnership between university constables and the residence community intended to promote communication and safety in an environment of mutual respect and understanding. For more information click here.

Diversity Constable

The Diversity Constable's focus is to maintain and enhance the Service’s community-based policing focus by improving communication, enhancing involvement with our communities, developing stronger relationships/partnerships, and focusing on proactive and collaborative policing. For more information click here.

Community Liasion Officer's Program

McMaster Security Services is pleased to introduce the Community Liaison Officer as our most recent initiative intended to improve our ties and relationships with the campus community. Recognizing that there are no shortcuts on the path to better community relations Security Services will partner volunteer Constables with student support organizations to foster a better mutual understanding of our overlapping goals and responsibilities. For more information click here.


View our Constable in Residence 2010-2011 Pilot project year end report here.