The Township of Tiny Police Services Board is a three-member board comprised of a member of Council, a community representative and a provincially appointed representative.
The Board advises the assigned Ontario Provincial Police detachment commander with respect to police services in the municipality and shall:
a) generally determine the objectives and priorities for police services, after consultation with the detachment commander or his or her designate.
b) establish, after consultation with the detachment commander or his or her designate, any local policies with respect to police services (but not provincial policies of the Ontario Provincial Police with respect to police services).
c) monitor the performance of the detachment commander.
d) receive regular reports from the detachment commander or his or her designate on disclosures and decisions made under Section 49 (secondary activities).
The Township is in the process of establishing its Police Services Board. Once established,the Police Services Board will replace the Township's exisiting Community Policing Committee.
Councillor Richard Hinton has been appointed as the Council representative on the Police Services Board for the 2014-2018 Term of Council.
If you are interested in applying as the Township's Community Representative on the Police Services Board, please follow the links below for complete details and an application form.
Community Member Vacancy - Police Services Board
Police Services Board - Fillable Application
Police Services Act
Members of Police Services Board Code of Conduct
If you are interested in the Provincial Appointment, please complete the application provided below and submit according to the instructions on the application. The Township is not responsible for the Provincial Appointment.
Provincial Appointment Application Form
PSB Vacancy Information Sheet