Norm Taylor has been an independent advisor, educator, author and researcher for over 35 years, concentrating his practice in the field of policing and public safety for the past 20 years. Since 2008, he has spent much of his professional life in Saskatchewan as an Advisor to the Ministry of Justice: Corrections and Policing. His 2009 Future of Policing report to the Ministry set the stage for the enterprise approach to crime reduction that led to that Province’s Building Partnerships strategy, and he and his advisory team have been widely recognized as co-founders and architects of the high-profile Community Mobilization Prince Albert model. As Senior Advisor to Saskatchewan’s Deputy Minister Dale McFee, he plays a continuing role in re-aligning and transforming public services there, and Norm and his team have been instrumental in supporting the advancement of Sask-inspired, collaborative risk-driven models for community safety and well-being across Canada and into the USA. In 2014, Norm founded the Global Network for Community Safety based in Toronto and Miami Beach, FL.