Have your say about future of policing in Oakville, Burlington, Milton


Published September 11, 2023 at 11:11 am

Halton Police Headquarters

The Halton Police Board is reaching out to residents of Oakville, Burlington, Milton and Halton Hills for input on the force’s future.

“As the governing body for Halton’s policing, it is our responsibility to ensure our police initiatives align seamlessly with the community’s needs, values, and expectations,” said Chair Jeff Knoll.

“Feedback from our diverse Halton community – residents, workers, students, and entrepreneurs alike – is instrumental in tailoring police policies and goals, ensuring a safer and harmonious future for all.”

Canadian research agency Advanis is administering the survey, ensuring it remains voluntary and confidential.

Residents can add their perspective to this dialogue by texting “Halton” to 833-400-0869 or emailing [email protected].

The survey should take approximately five to eight minutes to complete.

The survey is part of the Board’s commitment to community engagement.

The Halton Police Board is dedicated to fostering trust through police transparency and accountability. Comprised of community members and public representatives, the Board plays a crucial role in overseeing the Halton Regional Police Service, ensuring it meets the needs and expectations of the people of the Halton Region.

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