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Winnipeg Police Board

Public Consultations

Every year, the Winnipeg Police Board reaches out by hosting community consultation meetings where you can learn more about the activities of the Winnipeg Police Board and the Winnipeg Police Service. These meetings are an opportunity to ask questions, raise concerns, and tell the Board what public safety issues are important to you.

What is the Board’s consultation process?

The Board follows a similar process each year:

  • Publish a report on local public safety issues and the context for policing in Winnipeg
  • Hold a minimum of two consultation meetings open to all members of the community
  • Accept written submissions from community members and organizations
  • Report back to the public on the input the Board received
  • Use the input to update the strategic plan that the Board develops for the Winnipeg Police Service so that it reflects citizens’ current priorities
  • Publish the updated strategic plan

You can find information on the results of the Board’s 2015 community consultation meetings here.  Although the Board’s annual consultation meetings are scheduled to take place each May and June, there are opportunities throughout the year to share your questions, comments, ideas or concerns with the Board. You can find more information on engaging with the Board here.

Bringing the Conversation to You

Police governance is an important subject. The Winnipeg Police Board was only established in 2013, making it a relatively young organization. We welcome opportunities to tell citizens more about the work we do and to receive their input. If your organization would benefit from a presentation by the Winnipeg Police Board on its mandate, activities, or public safety in Winnipeg, you can contact us through .

Last update: December 4, 2015
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