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Ketcia Peters is an award winning entrepreneur and community activist with a record of strong results delivered for individuals and organizations across civil society, government and the private sector. As the former Community Chair of the Ottawa Community and Police Action Committee (COMPAC) and a strong advocate of crime prevention measures for at risk youth and delinquency, she delivers projects and programs at schools and community churches that identifies how the system works and addresses issues when caught in the trap of the criminal justice system. She manages efforts to bring awareness around issues of policing and justice. In her role on COMPAC, she worked with representatives of the Ottawa Police Service (OPS) and Aboriginal and racialized communities to develop a Strategic Plan that included Values and Ethics as well as Conflict Resolution programs that have been helpful in ensuring ethical conduct of COMPAC members and in proactively resolving critical incidents between the police and Aboriginal and racialized communities in Ottawa.