Milton businessman newest member of Halton Police Services Board


Published July 22, 2023 at 2:00 pm

Nav Dhaliwal, right, the newest member of the Halton Police Services Board, is welcomed by chair Jeff Knoll and vice-chair Ingrid Hann.

A businessman from Milton is the newest member of the Halton Police Board, which oversees police operations in Burlington, Oakville, Halton Hills and Milton.

Navdeep “Nav” Dhaliwal was appointed by the provincial government thanks to his extensive experience and commitment to public safety and passion for the community.

Dhaliwal is deeply rooted in Milton, where he has resided with his family for nearly a decade. His dedication to the community and advocacy for its safety and well-being have made him a valued member and a respected advocate.

In addition to an undergraduate law degree from Carleton University, Dhaliwal recently completed his MBA from the Smith School of Business at Queens University.

Dhaliwal has focused on the financial sector throughout his professional journey, holding progressive roles since 2011. With his financial expertise and strategic thinking, it’s expected he will bring a fresh perspective to the Halton Police Board.

“We are excited to welcome Nav to the Board and look forward to the valuable insights and considerable experience he will bring to the table as we fulfill our mandate of providing adequate and effective policing for the residents of the Region of Halton,” said Board Chair Jeff Knoll.

The Halton Police Board is a seven-member board that provides strategic governance to the Halton Regional Police Service. It is a provincially-mandated legal entity that operates independently from regional or municipal councils.

*Note: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated Dhaliwal’s profession.

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