The Town of Orangeville has undertaken a policing service review.
On Monday, February 13, 2017, Orangeville Town Council received a costing presentation from the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP).
Council invited the Orangeville Police Services to make a presentation and subsequently directed staff to prepare a financial analysis of the OPP Costing Proposal.
On Monday, April 3, 2017, Council heard presentations from Chief Kalinski on behalf of the Orangeville Police Service (OPS) and Sergeant Doug Fry on behalf of the Orangeville Police Association (OPA).
As directed by Council, the Town Treasurer presented the OPP Costing Analysis.
Links to the presentations and information are included below:
- Costing Proposal for the Town of Orangeville
- OPP Contract Policing Presentation
- OPP responses to public questions
- Orangeville Police Services Presentation
- Orangeville Police Association, Presentation from President
- Presentation – OPP Costing Analysis
- BDO -- OPP Costing Advisory Report
- BDO presentation
- OPP Billing Model Presentation
- OPP Calls for Service Costing Tool
- CAO Recommendation for Policing
- Final vote: Council's decision on policing
For further convenience, links to other relevant information are provided below:
2017 Municipal Billing General Information:
2015-2017 Estimated OPP Municipal Policing Costs:
The provision of police services for the Town of Orangeville will be the focus of a public meeting on April 27, 2017 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at the Orangeville District Secondary School cafetorium, 22 Faulkner Street.
Representatives of the Orangeville Police Service (OPS), the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) will respond to questions from the public about costs and service levels.
The public information session will air live on Rogers TV locally for Rogers customers, or you can view it on the Rogers TV website.