Police Service wants input from the public on the next business plan - four meetings to take place around the Region.

Event 100By Staff

May 10th, 2016


It’s your money they are going to spend – and your safety that motivates what the police do each and every day.

The Halton Regional Police Service, in partnership with the Halton Regional Police Services Board, has embarked upon a process to develop a new Business Plan to replace the existing document, which expires at the end of 2016.

The Board and the Chief of Police are seeking input from a range of stakeholders and would like to extend an invitation to the citizens and business owners of Halton to participate in public meetings during the upcoming weeks. The details of the four meetings are as follows:

Milton: Tuesday May 24th (7.00 – 9.00pm)
Milton Town Hall, Milton Room – 150 Mary Street

Oakville: Wednesday May 25th (7.00 – 9.00pm)
Oakville Town Hall, Oakville/Trafalgar Room – 1225 Trafalgar Road

Halton Hills: Wednesday June 8th (7.00 – 9.00pm)
Mold-Masters SportsPlex – Gordon Alcott Heritage Hall – 221 Guelph Street, Georgetown

Burlington: Tuesday June 14th (7.00 – 9.00pm)
Burlington Seniors Centre– Multipurpose Room – 2285 New Street

Members of the public are invited to attend any of the above meetings to hear about the Halton Regional Police Service and the development of a new Business Plan. A facilitated discussion will be conducted with the goal of identifying issues and themes that should be addressed within the new Plan.

Additional information can be found on the Halton Regional Police Service Website at https://www.haltonpolice.ca/2017_CBP/index.php.

People wishing to attend the public meetings are invited to RSVP Mr. Keith Moore, Senior Planner, at keith.moore@haltonpolice.ca

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