Community Connection Newsletter – Summer 2017

OPS is now beginning Phase IV of the Gender Project which is required to be completed by November 4, 2017

The Gender Project team is now beginning Phase IV of the OPS Gender Project which is required to be completed by November 4, 2017.
On May 3rd, the Project Team presented to the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) and received great feedback.

On May 16th, the OPSB HR Committee received an update on what OPS accomplished in Phase III and on May 29th, the Police Services Board
was updated as well. Read the latest report.

The OPS continues to endeavor to create and maintain an equitable work environment where gender equality prevails. The fourth phase of
the Project includes the finalization and implementation of policies and training related to the Phase III deliverables.

Ensuring that OPS members are consulted with, continues to be a priority for the Gender Project team. Currently, we are working with
Dr. Linda Duxbury of the Sprott School of Business to conduct member interviews. We appreciate your involvement in this important
Phase of the project. Those who have volunteered to participate may have already been contacted to schedule their interview.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Gender Project team members Michelle Rathwell (ext. 5439) and
Lisa Bianco (ext. 5868) or Member Liaison, S/Sgt. Isobelle Granger (ext.2941).

Police Record Checks

Check out the OPS 2016 Annual Report https://www.ottawapolice.ca/en/annual-report-2016/ which was released as part of the June 26th meeting of the Ottawa Police Services Board agenda.
This report highlights the work you do every day to keep our community safe. It also provides a comprehensive look at the statistics
and performance metrics related to crime in Ottawa.OPS 2016 Annual Report

 

Annual Report 2016

Check out the OPS 2016 Annual Report https://www.ottawapolice.ca/en/annual-report-2016/ which was released as part of the June 26th
meeting of the Ottawa Police Services Board agenda.

This report highlights the work you do every day to keep our community safe. It also provides a comprehensive look at the statistics
and performance metrics related to crime in Ottawa.

1st Annual OPS Multicultural Potluck

Each year Canada celebrates its diversity with Multiculturalism Day on June 27. It’s a day to acknowledge the exceptional contributions
that have been made by the many different communities that are woven into our national fabric.

OPS hosted a multicultural potluck celebration as a way to bring members together to share family history and traditions.
Special thanks to Insp. Samir Bhatnagar and Mr. Gurdev Bal for taking the lead role. Thanks to everyone who attended and
contributed to the Multiculturalism Day Potluck. It was a great success!

 


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