The Ottawa Police Service (OPS) is launching a public consultation to gather feedback on changes being considered to its service delivery model. These changes are part of a strategy at the OPS, called the Service Initiative program, which is designed to improve how we serve the community given a number of pressures facing policing both in Ottawa and across North America – such as increasing costs, city growth, changing demographics, growing demands for service, and the increasing complexity of crime.
Community partners and key stakeholders are invited to a consultation to gather feedback on a new frontline deployment model.
Facilitated sessions will be held on two different days/times. As spaces are limited, OPS recommends organizations and/or groups register one participant to act as their delegate. This will help to ensure representation from a diverse group of partners and stakeholders in the community.
|Tuesday, June 7, 2016||12:00-2:30 p.m.||Fellowship Room (#112, downstairs), Woodvale Pentecostal Church,
205 Greenbank Road, K2H 8K9
|Thursday, June 9, 2016||6:00-8:30 p.m.||Festival Boardroom, City Hall, 110 Laurier Avenue West, K1P 1J1|
The opportunities and recommendations gathered throughout the consultation will be documented in a report and will inform the OPS’s way forward with respect to the new model.
For more information about the Service Initiative program, please visit ottawapolice.ca/serviceinitiative.