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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 to date with what’s happening with the Halton Police Board,” says Chair, Councillor Jeff Knoll.
The new website has been designed to offer simple, more user-friendly language; greater accessibility for people with disabilities; improved navigation; enhanced design for mobile, tablet, and desktop computers as well as providing the public with resources and information on the Halton Police Board, and live streams of Board Meetings.

“Our goal is to provide better access and foster improved communications through a more interactive web experience,” says Chief Governance Officer, Fred Kaustinen. “Through the launch of our new website, we have worked to develop an online presence that both reflects our mission of providing an adequate and effective police service and ensuring you can easily find what you’re looking for.”

The site launches today and visitors to the new website can stay informed with the latest Halton Police Board news. The dynamic site will contain richer online content such as press releases, a comprehensive repository of Board policies and procedures, past meeting agendas and minutes, upcoming board meeting schedules, social media updates, and our monthly newsletters.

For more information on the Halton Police Board and to view the site, please visit www.HaltonPoliceBoard.Ca or follow us on Twitter @HPBoard

About the Halton Police Board

The Halton Police Board is a seven-member civilian Board that provides strategic oversight to the Halton Regional Police Service. Under the Police Services Act, the Board has legislated responsibility for the Police Service’s operating and capital budgets; strategic planning; policies, and priorities. The Police Board’s fundamental responsibility is to ensure that adequate and effective police services are provided to the citizens of the Halton Region.

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