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Police Services Board

Regular West Nipissing Police Services Board meetings are held on the third Thursdays of each month beginning at 5:30 p.m.  subject to scheduling conflicts and holidays.  These meetings are open to the public.  If you would like to make a delegation to the Board, please contact the Board Secretary at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. a minimum of two weeks prior to the meeting date in order to have your delegation placed on the Agenda.

NEXT BOARD MEETING -Thursday December 14th 2017 - 5:30 P.M.
Council Chambers, 225 Holditch Street, Sturgeon Falls

Board Minutes are available on the Publications page.

The Police Services Board consists of five members:

  1. The head of municipal council or designate
  2. One member of council appointed by resolution of the council;
  3. One person appointed by resolution of the council, who is neither a member of the council nor an employee of the municipality; and
  4. Two persons appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council.

The members of your board are:

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Céleste Auger-Proulx
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Barry Bertrand
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Leo Malette 

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Jamie Restoule

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The role of the board is identified in the Police Services Act of Ontario. Their responsibilities include:

  • Generally determine, after consultation with the chief of police, objectives and priorities with respect to police services;
  • Establish policies for the effective management of the police force; and
  • Direct the chief of police and monitor his or her performance.
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