What is the National Community Security Program?

The NCSP, in partnership with the Jewish Federations of Canada, provides dedicated, responsive, and sustained security leadership and capacity, as well as serves as the national security representative of the Canadian Jewish Community.


National Community Security Program

Through the National Community Security Program (NCSP) we offer a range of free services to ensure that Jewish institutions, their staff, and members around Edmonton are protected. In addition to the preventative measures outlined below, The Jewish Federation of Edmonton, through the NCSP, is in continual contact with local, provincial, and federal law enforcement in order to identify and mitigate threats to our community as they evolve.

Have you witnessed a hate crime or suspicious incident that may impact our community? Report it to Tal Toubiana at (780) 487-0585 Ext.204 so we can help. While respecting confidentiality at all times, we can liaise with police and other local agencies to help ensure the incident is properly addressed. If you are reluctant to contact police directly and wish to protect your identity, we can do so on your behalf as a ‘Third Party Reporter.’ The information we collect allows the NCSP to study trends across the country. It is used to support the implementation and enforcement of legislation dealing with antisemitism and hate crimes, with an aim to prevent future incidents.

Have you witnessed a hate crime or suspicious incident that may impact our community? Click here to report it.


If this is an emergency, please contact 911 immediately.

For more information please contact Tal Toubiana or at (780) 487-0585 Ext.204


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