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2014 Consultation Results

The Winnipeg Police Board hosted six community consultation meetings from August 11-September 9, 2014.  Everyone was invited to attend to meet members of the Board and the Winnipeg Police Service.

These were the first public consultation meetings the Board hosted, and the community input received at these meetings was used to inform the Board’s first strategic plan for the Winnipeg Police Service.

Consultation Meeting Attendance

A total of 245 citizens attended the Board’s community consultation meetings in 2014.

Meeting Meeting Location Meeting Date Number of Attendees*
District 1 Millennium Library August 13, 2014 22
District 2 Sturgeon Heights Community Centre August 11, 2014 27
District 3 Maples Community Centre August 18, 2014 17
District 4 Jonathan Toews Community Centre August 19, 2014 24
Newcomer Community Meeting NEEDS Inc. September 6, 2014 48
Indigenous Community Meeting Indian & Metis Friendship Centre September 9, 2014 107
TOTAL 245

* Number of attendees excludes Board members, Board staff, members of the Winnipeg Police Service and facilitators

Meeting Results

2014 Consultations - Meeting Summaries

Last update: April 30, 2018