LONDON POLICE SERVICE BUDGET
At the London Police Services Board meeting on November 19, 2015, the
Board approved revised 2016 - 2019 Operating Budget amounts taking into
consideration investments in Human Resources.
The London Police Services Board approved the Operating
Budgets (2016 - 2019) and Capital Budgets (2016 - 2025) at the meeting
held Thursday, September 17, 2015.
Both presentations and further information can be
COMMUNITY/LONDON POLICE SERVICE
COLLABORATION AND PARTNERSHIP WORKING GROUP
City Councillor Mo Mohamed Salih and London Police Service Chief of Police
John Pare will co-facilitate a Working Group that will draw from expertise and
experiences of members of the community with the goal of strengthening police
relationships with the London Community.
Through effective consultation and productive partnership, the Working Group
will be tasked with working with London Police Service, within provincial
guidelines, to deliver training related to race relations, diversity, inclusion,
racial bias and racial profiling.
City Councillor Salih and Chief Pare strive to have membership that is
reflective of the diverse makeup of London including:
- Youth/Post-Secondary Student Representative
- London Diversity Race Relations Committee Member
- Community Member(s) at large
- Member of local Community group/organization
- London Police Service Diversity Officer
- London Police Services Board member
- Academic with a background in Race Relations/Diversity
Londoners wishing to express an interest in the Community/London Police Service
Collaboration and Partnership Working Group can apply by sending a letter
outlining their expertise or experience to the Office of the Chief at
OOC@police.london.ca or directly to
City Councillor Salih at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Expressions of interest from members of the community will be accepted until
4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 8, 2015.
Click image to access the PowerPoint presentation provided to the Police
Services Board during the public session of the October 15th Board
here to view Chief John Pare's speaking notes.
YOU'RE A V.I.P.
Sandasha Ferguson, a 15-year officer with the London Police Service, has
taken her passion for Bullying Awareness and created a video with her
first single, titled "You're a V.I.P.".
(Click image to watch video)
NEW HOURS - LONDON POLICE SERVICE HEADQUARTERS RECEPTION
Effective November 1st, 2014, the London Police Service Headquarters
Reception will be closed to the public from 11:30 pm to 7:00 am daily.
For non-emergency concerns, dial 519-661-5670.
In case of emergency, dial 9-1-1.