The Orangeville Police Services Board is the civilian oversight body that is responsible for providing adequate and effective police services in Orangeville. The Board’s authority is established by Section 31 of the Police Services Act.
The Board has general superintending authority over the police service through policy, strategic plan development and specific administrative tasks. The Chief of Police is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the police service and he and senior staff meet regularly with the Board to discuss options and priorities for the best delivery of policing to the Town of Orangeville.
The Board is also responsible for developing the operating and capital estimates for the police service, which are then approved by Council.
The Board supports the Chief, his staff and all members, uniformed and civilian, as they work to provide the best possible service to the Town of Orangeville.
Chair Todd Taylor
2020 Members of the Orangeville Police Services Board
The Orangeville Police Services Board for 2020 is comprised of five (5) members who serve on a part-time basis:
Todd Taylor – Chair – Elected Member of Town Council
Ian McSweeney – Vice Chair – Community Member appointed by Town Council
Ken Krakar – Community member appointed by the Ontario Government
Mary Rose – Community member appointed by the Ontario Government
Sandy Brown – Elected Member of Town Council
For more information on how to become a member of the Orangeville Police Services Board, please click here.