The London Police Service is hosting the third of three community consultations on its next three-year business plan (2016-2018).
The community consultation starts at 7pm.
This is an important opportunity to provide your input on priorities for policing in our city. I attended the first session and will be attending this one as well.
Key documents to review:
- Public Needs Survey (PDF, 2011) & the highlights of that survey
- 2013 Annual Report (PDF)
- Population, Personnel & Per Capita Costs (PDF, 1999-2013)
- Crime Statistics (ten year period and year-to-date, by offence category)
- 2013 Business Plan Progress Report (PDF)
- 2013-2015 Business Plan (current, PDF) & a one-page summary
Busing: The number 2, 7, 16 or 20 will drop you close by.
Driving: Parking is available at the visitors' lot on Dundas. If it is full, there is a municipal lot just north of the headquarters on Adelaide and a municipal parking lot nearby on Marshall Street.
Background from @lpsmediaoffice:
EVERYONE is encouraged to attend our Community Consultations to provide input re: our new business plan! #LdnOnt pic.twitter.com/m75fjdEecc
To confirm date and location: visit www.police.london.ca.
The London Police Service is seeking your input to assist us in formulating our next 3-year Business Plan for 2016 - 2018. The community consultation process helps us to determine the direction the London Police Service will take over the next Business Plan period. The intent of this consultation process is to ensure that the Business Plan is reflective of what you, the citizens of London, need in terms of service and programs.
We need to hear from you as to what issues are important, and where our resources should be placed to ensure an effective and efficient police service. The Community Consultations are open to all citizens including, but not limited to, business owners, neighbourhood associations, church groups, volunteer agencies, community organizations and other interested persons. The focus of the meetings will be on police service delivery in the following areas:
- Crime Prevention
- Law Enforcement
- Victims’ Assistance
- Public Order Maintenance
- Emergency Response