XVII CP-001 – Problem-Oriented Policing

REPORTING REQUIREMENT

Annual Report

LEGISLATION

Police Services Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.15, as amended, s. 31(1)(c).

Adequacy & Effectiveness of Police Services, O. Reg. 3/99, s. 3.

It is the policy of the Toronto Police Services Board that:

  1. The Chief of Police will require appropriate supervisors and front-line members to work, where possible, with municipalities, school boards, businesses, community organizations and members of the public to address crime, public disorder and road safety problems;
  2. The Chief of Police will require appropriate supervisors and front-line members to promote and implement problem-oriented policing initiatives to respond to identified crime, community safety, public disorder and road safety problems, including repeat calls for service and repeat victimization;
  3. The Chief of Police will ensure that supervisors and front-line members are provided with information and resource material on problem-oriented policing;
  4. The Chief of Police will promote the use of current best practices in responding to high crime or high occurrence places/areas and serial occurrences;
  5. The Chief of Police will develop procedures to support the promotion and implementation of problem-oriented policing; and
  6. The Chief of Police will provide information and examples in the annual report on the steps taken by the police service to promote, implement and evaluate problem-oriented policing initiatives.

Tags: crime prevention, adequacy standards, planning, data and records

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