Police Services Board - Admaston/Bromley (Township Of)
- Solicitor General
477 STONE RD, RR 2
- POLICE SERVICES ACT, RSO 1990, C. P.15, PART III, S. 27 (opens a new window)
The boards govern the municipal police forces and in the case of O.P.P. contract locations, serve as advisory bodies.
The population of the Township of Admaston/Bromley did not exceed 25,000 according to the last enumeration. The council of the Township of Admaston/Bromley has entered into a contract with the Ontario Provincial Police to provide policing services. The composition of the board is currently determined as three. Board members include the head of the municipal council or, if the head chooses not to be a member of the board, another member of the council appointed by resolution of the council; one
Appointees to Police Services Boards should be active members of their community with a general knowledge of Police Services Boards duties and responsibilities and awareness of community safety issues and programs within their local community. Members appointed by the Province of Ontario must be residents of Ontario and cannot be a judge, justice of the peace, a current police officer or a person who practises criminal law as a defence counsel.
There is no limitation in legislation.
- Boards meet a minimum of four times per year, as required by the Police Services Act.
Appointees to the Police Services Board are remunerated by the Municipal Council.
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