TPS Board launches public survey on hiring new Chief

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The Toronto Police Services Board has posted its public survey on hiring the new Toronto Police Chief on its website (www.tpsb.ca).

 

The survey asks the public to respond to questions in three areas: the challenges the new Chief will face; the competencies he or she needs to have to meet those challenges; and the ways they would want to see the Chief demonstrate those competencies.

 

“We are really looking forward to members of the public making their voices heard on such an important undertaking,” said Board Chair Alok Mukherjee. “The survey results will contribute to the development of a competency model that the Board will use in assessing candidates for the job.”

 

The Board is also conducting a series of consultations, including four with the general public and one specifically with youth. The public sessions will be held at:

 

SCARBOROUGH CIVIC CENTRE


150 Borough Drive


Committees Room 1 and 2


Tuesday, October 28


7:00 PM – 9:00 PM


METRO HALL


55 John St.


Room 309


Wednesday, October 29


7:00 PM – 9:00 PM


ETOBICOKE CIVIC CENTRE


399 The West Mall


Meeting Rooms 1, 2 and 3


Thursday, October 30


7:00 PM – 9:00 PM


NORTH YORK CIVIC CENTRE


5100 Yonge Street


Members Lounge


Monday, November 3


7:00 PM – 9:00 PM


TORONTO POLICE HEADQUARTERS (youth consultation only)


40 College St. (Near College and Bay)


Second Floor Auditorium


Thursday, November 6


7:00-9:00 PM


For further information or to make arrangement for any accommodations please contact:


Karlene Bennett, Toronto Police Services Board: 416-808-7265

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