Windsor Police Human Rights Project Kicks Off Tuesday
Saturday April 28th, 2012
Posted at 10:30am
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On Tuesday Windsor Police Service will be holding Human Rights Project Community Outreach Sessions at the F.A. Tilston, V.C. Armoury and Police Training Centre located at 4007 Sandwich Street. There will be two sessions that day, the first from 2:00pm to 4:00pm and the second from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.
The sessions will consist of five questions for the public to give feed back on:
1. Community consultation process to support human rights and equity concerns
What should the process include?
What are the community’s expectations of the Service?
What are your expectations from the process?
Who are the people who aren’t here and how do we get people to come out?
What are some strategies we could use to get people from the community to come out to the sessions once the process is established?
2. Windsor Police Service outreach and recruitment process
What barriers are there to the Service’s outreach and recruitment process and what can we do to remove these barriers?
3. Community feedback
What is the best way to get feedback from the community? (Social media, web page etc.)
What is the best way to provide information to the general public?
What is the best format?
What is the type of information most useful to you?
4. Windsor Police Service policy regarding internal and external accommodation
What issues relating to creed should the Service consider in the development of its accommodation strategies and policy?
5. Local language guide for Windsor Police Service members relating to the use of terms consistent with human rights standards
What should we include in the guide?
What is the best way to obtain feedback for the development of the guide?