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  Police Services Board Holds Town Hall Meetings in November

Oct 29, 2012 10:10 ET

The Durham Regional Police Services Board is holding town hall community consultations in November to help shape the strategic direction of the Durham Regional Police Service.

We invite you to participate in a town hall consultation to offer your insights and views of how to improve community safety and service delivery. Your input will contribute to the development of the DRPS 2014 – 2016 Business Plan.

Community consultations are being held throughout Durham Region.

The North Durham Town Hall will be held on Thursday, November 1st in the Rotary Room at Scugog Memorial Library, 231 Scugog Street in Port Perry.

The West Durham Town Hall will be held on Thursday, November 22nd in the auditorium at the Central Pickering Library, 1 the Esplanade in Pickering.

The East Durham Town Hall will be held on Tuesday, November 27th in the Nonquon Room at the Oshawa Library Northview Branch, 250 Beatrice St East in Oshawa.

All consultations are scheduled to begin at 7:00 p.m. and are open to the public and all media.

Police Service Boards in Ontario are required by law to have multi-year business plans. The DRPS operates within a three-year planning cycle to deliver our statutory core functions of crime prevention, law enforcement, assistance to victims, public order maintenance and emergency response to calls for service. We want to exceed those core components and work with all members of our community to truly have the safest community to live, work and play.

Participation in a town hall consultation helps us to understand your vision for community safety in Durham Region. Your feedback helps to ensure that our police service delivery is as effective as possible and in line with community safety needs.

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