of the Community Policing Committee is to act as a support group to the Ontario
Provincial Police services and the Township of Tiny to achieve optimum policing
services in the Township of Tiny by enhancing the services beyond the scope of
the policing agreement. The Committee
shall provide advice and recommendations to Council regarding policing in the
Township.The Community Policing Committee is
comprised of six (6) non-elected members and one (1) elected member
and meets every second Monday of each month. Meetings are held at 6
p.m. in Council Chambers, 130 Balm Beach Rd W, Perkinsfield.
Committee Members:Ray Millar, ChairRichard Hinton, Vice-Chair
Andrew Chomentowski, Member
Phil DeBruyne, Member
Michel Gadoury, Member
Kevin Leonard, Member
If you are interested in the Committee's efforts or have any questions please contact:
Steve Harvey, Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer
705-526-4204, Ext. 227
For additional information on the committee and the Community Watch Program, please follow the link below: Community Watch Program
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