The Durham Regional Police Services Board has approved a draft of its next Business Plan, a Community Safety Commitment, that will help guide police programs and services from 2014 until 2016.
Now posted on our website, the proposed 2014-2016 Business Plan is available for public review and comment. Building on the success of the current Business Plan, the new document focuses on the community and our commitment to the safety of the communities we serve.
We have listened to your comments and suggestions and have developed four broad areas for us to focus on, in partnership with you:
• Community Presence – enforcing the law and being more visible
• Community Engagement – leveraging our diversity to provide education, problem solve and reduce crime and the fear of crime
• The Community of our Youth – doing our part to help youth succeed to become our future leaders
• Our Commitment to Professionalism and Accountability - by our members and our Service
The 2014 – 2016 Business Plan, a Community Safety Commitment , reflects community input from stakeholder meetings, 500 one-on-one interactions at community events, and a survey sent out to over 100,000 households.
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