RISK MANAGEMENT AND PUBLIC SAFETY

The primary role of the Halton Regional Police Board is to exercise governance and oversight functions to ensure that you, as members of the Halton community, receive the high caliber of police services you deserve. Our goal is the long-term safety and security of all our citizens. As we head into the summer season with […]

OAKVILLE COUNCILLOR JEFF KNOLL RE-ELECTED HALTON POLICE BOARD CHAIR

Oakville Local and Regional Councillor Jeff Knoll has been re-elected Chair of the Halton Police Board. Councillor Knoll was elected during the Board’s meeting on Thursday, January 27th. Ingrid Hann, who was appointed to the Halton Police Board as the Region’s civilian appointee on October 29, 2020, was re-elected as Vice-Chair. This is Ms. Hann’s […]

HALTON POLICE BOARD WELCOMES NEW BOARD MEMBER

The Halton Police Board is pleased to welcome Pavan Parmar to the Halton Police Services Board as our newest Regional Council Board member. Her appointment is effective as of today, December 9, 2021. Jeff Knoll, Chair of the Police Board, will officially introduce Pavan Parmar to the Board at the next Police Board meeting on […]

HALTON POLICE BOARD LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE

The Halton Police Board (HPB) is pleased to announce the redesign and launch of our NEW and improved website. Visit us at www.HaltonPoliceBoard.Ca. “This new website reflects the Board’s commitment to good governance and ensuring information is accessible to the public. We want to make sure that every member of our community can stay up […]

HALTON POLICE BOARD APPOINTS FRED KAUSTINEN AS FIRST “CHIEF GOVERNANCE OFFICER”

Halton Police Board creates Canada’s first police board Chief Governance Officer OAKVILLE – In a move toward ensuring that policing is congruent with the community’s evolving needs, values and expectations, the Halton Police Board has created the role of Chief Governance Officer, or ‘CGO’. It is part of Halton Police Board’s comprehensive board-modernization initiative. The CGO […]

THE PIVOTAL ROLE OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS

April marked an opportunity to celebrate our unseen heroes during National Public Safety Telecommunications Week. Call takers are our community’s first point of contact in an emergency and their training, knowledge, and poise under pressure are critical in a time of crisis. The ability for telecommunications professionals to communicate information quickly, clearly, and accurately can […]

PEELIAN PRINCIPLES

Halton’s Police Service is founded upon and operates by, the nine Peelian Principles of Community Policing. These Principles focus on community development, relationship building, and prevention rather than a reaction to social problems. Our police service is proudly a forefront leader in Canada in its devotion to the Peelian Principles. Halton Region has continued to […]

UPDATE ON MEETING RELATED TO CHIEF TANNER TRAVEL

Halton, Today the Halton Police Board met to continue their review of the issue related to Chief Tanner’s December to January 2020/2021 travel. The Board is pleased to announce Jeff Knoll has been elected Chair, and Ingrid Hann has been elected to the Vice-Chair role. The Halton Police Board Resolved that; The Halton Police Board […]

SPECIAL BOARD MEETING – ISSUE RELATED TO CHIEF TRAVEL

The Halton Police Board has met yesterday and today for over 15 hours on the issue of Chief Tanner’s December to January 2020/2021 travel. The Board will continue to examine this issue this week at a Special Board meeting at 9:30 am Thursday, January 21st, 2021. More information will be provided shortly. Councillor Jeff Knoll […]