Halton Regional Police’s New Corporate Business Plan Approved

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Halton Regional Police’s New Corporate Business Plan Approved
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Chantal Corner

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Sergeant Chantal Corner is the Media Relations Officer for the Halton Regional Police Department. She grew up in Oakville and graduated from Loyola. She still resides in Oakville.

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On Thursday January 23rd, 2014, the Halton Regional Police Services Board approved the 2014-2016 Halton Regional Police Service Corporate Business Plan.

The three year plan outlines four new themes which will direct policing efforts in Halton: Community Safety, Outreach and Collaboration, Organizational Capacity and Organizational Excellence.

“We embarked on an extensive internal and external consultation process to develop this plan, and the themes reflect the priorities and needs of the public we serve, our community partners, and the members of our police service,” said Chief of Police Steve Tanner.

Chief Tanner was also pleased to announce the Service has a fresh Vision statement, ‘To be THE Leader in Community Safety and Policing Excellence,’ as part of the new business plan.

“It was important that our vision statement was one that both the community at large and our members could relate to in a more meaningful and relevant way. This new one more closely aligns to the work we do in Halton on a daily basis,” said Chief Tanner.

The Service’s core philosophy of “One Vision, One Mission, One Team” is woven throughout its business goals, and focuses on the strength of working together as a united group comprised of sworn and civilian members, volunteers, elected officials, community partners, fellow emergency services agencies, the media and the public at large to ensure Halton is even safer tomorrow than it is today.

“We are proud to be serving the safest regional municipality in Canada, with a crime rate that is even lower today than when policing was regionalized 40 years ago in 1974. This accomplishment is not ours alone – everyone who lives, works or plays in Halton is part of the team for public safety,” said Chief Tanner.

A link to the 2014-2016 Halton Regional Police Service Corporate Business Plan can be found here.

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