Montréal Sous Surveillance plunges us into the heart of public safety in various service points of the CIUSSS Center-Sud de Montréal: hospitals, vaccination clinics, youth centres and emergency measures.
This episode transports us to the little-known reality of the intervention agents of the rehabilitation centre for young people with adjustment difficulties in Cité-des-Prairies.
Agents from the Operational Security Centre are checking for traces of offences in the former Jacques-Viger Accommodation Centre, which attracts some people looking for shelter.
Security agents and staff at Notre-Dame Hospital are constantly adapting to the diverse clientele who frequent the Emergency Department. A benevolent approach is essential in order to prevent disorganization which is sometimes unavoidable.
The distancing measures have reduced by half the places in shelters for the homeless population. Hence a temporary refuge is opened in the Hochelaga district with the presence of security agents who come to lend a hand both to the staff and to the users.
The intervention agents of the Mont-Saint-Antoine rehabilitation centre for young people with adjustment difficulties play a big brother role with these young individuals by building links with them. This relationship allows them to defuse conflict situations and reassure these boys.
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