Continuing Modernization Consultation

By TPSnews Staff,
Toronto Police Service
Published: 11:08 a.m. September 28, 2016

The Transformational Task Force is making a Self-Facilitation Guide available to the public to engage those who have been unable to join in ongoing consultations.

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The Way Forward: Modernizing Community Safety in Toronto
Have your say in the Modernization of the Toronto Police Service
The mission of the Toronto Police Service is and always will be Community Safety; how we fulfill that mission is changing. You are invited to attend one of the consultation sessions below to learn more and to have your say about the future of your police service.
The Transformational Task Force is holding public consultations throughout the city this summer

Since July, the Transformational Task Force, led by Toronto Police Services Board Chair Andy Pringle and Chief Mark Saunders, has been hosting community consultation sessions to solicit feedback from the public on its work.

In order to accommodate members of the public who have been unable to attend a consultation session, the Service has created a Self-Facilitation Guide.

Download the Guide

The guide is designed to support groups of any size that wish to discuss the work of the Transformational Task Force and share ideas on improving the delivery of police services in Toronto.

Feedback from the self-facilitated session can be sent to the Transformational Task Force by scanning the discussion documents and submitting them to the Have Your Say section of the website.

A final public consultation session will be held at City Hall (100 Queen St. W.) on Saturday, November 5, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. TTF members will be available to talk one-on-one on the various reccomendations to modernize the Service.

Submissions will be accepted until November 14, 2016, for consideration in the final report, which will be finalized in January 2017. 

The TTF Interim Report was released on June 17, 2016 and is aimed at developing a modernized police model with a focus on community safety by directing resources to where the public needs them most, embracing partnerships, and concentrating on the complex needs of our large city.

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