Community Committee Member Recruitment for Police Services Board – Killaloe Detachment

Community Committee Member Recruitment for Police Services Board – Killaloe Detachment

Community Committee Member Recruitment for Police Services Board – Killaloe Detachment

Police service boards serve as a connection between the community and the police and oversee how policing is provided in communities. They contribute to their community’s safety and well-being by working with local citizens and organizations to ensure their community receives appropriate policing needs.

Mandate: Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) police services boards are responsible for determining objectives and priorities for police services , in consultation with the detachment commander, establishing local policies on police services, participate in the regular selection of the detachment commander, receive regular reports from the detachment commander and monitor the performance of the detachment commander.

Membership: The joint police services board will include two (2) provincially appointed representatives, council representatives from each of the participating municipalities and two (2) community members.

Qualifications: Previous experience on boards or committees is considered an asset. To qualify as a board member you must:

  • Be a resident of a participating municipality.
  • Pass a comprehensive police record check.
  • Understand the role of a police services board.
  • Be involved in your community.
  • Have good written and verbal communication skills.

Expectations: Board members are expected to complete training as assigned, participate in the election of a Chair at the first meeting in each year, follow and adhere to the Members of Police Services Boards Code of Conduct and attend meetings as determined by the board with no fewer than four meetings each year. Members will serve for the remainder of the 2022 – 2026 term of Council and will be compensated for their time.

Recruitment: Please send an expression of interest with your relevant experience noted in the application and current police record attached. Deadline for applications is April 5, 2024 at 4:00 PM local time. Applications and questions should be directed to Tammy Gorgerat CAO/Clerk – Treasurer, of The Township of Killaloe, Hagarty and Richards at email PSB@khrtownship.ca or ph: 613-757-2300.

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