*Note: This initiative is in development.* The Future of Policing Advisory Committee (FPAC) was established in 2013 and is led by the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services (MCSCS). FPAC has worked with policing partners to plan for effective, efficient and sustainable delivery of police services in Ontario in the future. Through FPAC and its working groups, MCSCS has sought the experience and expertise of senior policing and municipal leaders in reviewing the issues and helping to develop a clear plan forward. FPAC and the working groups have provided thoughtful and valuable advice to address several emerging themes. Those themes include:
To determine core/non-core police services to provide for effective, efficient and sustainable police service delivery in Ontario.
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Cooperative (direct involvement) with policing partners. Other affected stakeholders (such as community groups from outside of the policing community) will be consulted on the outcomes of the working groups.
Since the inaugral FPAC meeting on May 29, 2012
The goal of the Future of Policing Project is to determine core/non-core police services, contributing to effective, efficient and sustainable police service delivery in Ontario. By identifying core/non-core police services, police services will be better able to plan so that they have the resources to maintain the service they are required to provide on an ongoing basis.
The initiative has not reached implementation stage. The review is in progress.