Civil Security

Civil Security encompasses all actions and means implemented at all levels of society to identify risks, prevent disasters, limit their harmful consequences on the population, property, and the environment, and promote a return to normal life.

In Quebec, civil security relies on a sharing of responsibilities among citizens, businesses, municipalities, and the government of Quebec.


  • Risk communication panel (recorded conference)

    On July 4th, 2024, seven specialists gathered in Pincourt to offer a communication panel explaining the risks associated with severe thunderstorms and prolonged power outages. This event aimed to encourage citizens to anticipate these situations and adapt their behavior to become more autonomous and resilient when these phenomena occur.

    Conference recording (CSUR TV)

  • Agreement with the municipalities (Très-Saint-Rédempteur et Pointe-Fortune)

    The Town of Pincourt has an Intermunicipal Agreement with the municipalities of Pointe-Fortune and Très-Saint-Rédempteur: PDF

  • Intermunicipal agreement with St. John Ambulance

    June 17 marked an important milestone in civil security. The Mayor of Pincourt, Mr. Claude Comeau, signed the Collaboration Agreement with St. John Ambulance (SJA) for the "disaster assistance" mission of the Multimunicipal Civil Security Organization of Pincourt, Très-Saint-Rédempteur and Pointe-Fortune.

    In the event of a disaster, the partner towns will be able to provide humanitarian and material assistance to the citizens of Pincourt, Très-Saint-Rédempteur and Pointe-Fortune.