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Public Input Sought On Level Of Police Service In Leamington

Monday May 11th, 2020, 9:03pm


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Leamington wants to hear from town residents about police service in the town.

Town officials say that with widespread public concern regarding policing service Council has initiated a review to examine the current level of service being provided and to identify the policing priorities that are most important to citizens.

The consultative process will be led by Michael Mitchell of MPM Consulting. Mitchell will be meeting virtually with various organizations throughout Leamington to obtain their viewpoints and suggestions.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings, the Municipality has suspended all public meetings at this time. Therefore, members of the public are encouraged to provide their input through an online survey about how policing in Leamington can be improved to better respond to public safety challenges. Participation is limited to members of the public who either live or work in Leamington.

An online survey has also been created.  You can also mail your written submission to the Municipality of Leamington, 111 Erie Street North, Leamington, ON  N8H 2Z9 to the attention of the Secretary of the Police Service Board prior to June 5th, 2020.

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