Community policing issues and oversight leadership are top on the agenda of the upcoming Toronto Police Services Board meeting on December 15th.
We urge all with an interest in these issues to attend and to participate as the agenda allows.
Detailed Agenda http://www.tpsb.ca/documents/agendadoc.pdf
TORONTO: The next scheduled meeting of the Toronto Police Services Board will take place on Monday, December 15, 2014 at 1:30 PM in the Auditorium, 40 College Street. Copies of the agenda are available on the Board’s website at http://www.tpsb.ca/documents/agendadoc.pdf from the Board office and limited copies will be available at the meeting. To view the Board meeting via web stream, use the link on the Board’s website, or go to Rogers TV. Items of interest include:
SWEARING IN OF NEW BOARD MEMBERS
Dr. Alok Mukherjee, Chair, will administer the oath of office and the oath of secrecy to Mayor John Tory, who has taken his seat on the Toronto Police Services Board and will serve for the term of Council and to Councillors Shelley Carroll and Chin Lee who were appointed to the Board by Toronto City Council for two-year terms.
COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT OF POLICE PRACTICES (CAPP) COMMUNITY SATISFACTION SURVEY
The Board will consider the report by LogicalOutcomes entitled “A Community- Based Assessment of Police Contact Carding in 31 Division- Final Report (the “CAPP” report). This report was deferred at the November 13, 2014 public meeting. Chief Blair will provide the Toronto Police Services’ assessment of the CAPP report.
STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATIONS ON THE HIRING OF THE NEW CHIEF OF POLICE
The Board will consider a report from Maureen Brown, Diversity Trainers Plus Inc. who conducted the community consultations conducted across the GTA on the hiring of a new police chief.
TORONTO POLICE SERVICE RESPONSE TO THE JURY RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE CORONER’S INQUEST INTO THE DEATHS OF REYAL JARDINE-DOUGLAS, SYLVIA KLIBINGAITIS, AND MICHAEL ELIGON – STATUS UPDATE
The Board will consider a report from Chief Blair providing an update with respect to the jury recommendations from the Coroner’s inquest into the deaths of Reyal Jardine-Douglas, Sylvia Klibingaitis, and Michael Eligon.