Public input sought for new police strategic plan

The Barrie Police Service is seeking the public’s input into its 2020-22 Strategic Plan. Click here to complete a survey

The Barrie Police Service is seeking the public’s input into its 2020-22 Strategic Plan.
The plan guides the services’ priorities, and staff in the Policy and Planning Unit have now begun the process of developing the next plan. As with previous plans, community engagement and involvement is a crucial part of their development. Staff will be meeting with partner agencies to discuss working together over the next three years to keep the community safe, the service reports.
For members of the public who wish to share their feedback and get involved, a survey is also available, which will gather input on the community’s sense of safety and satisfaction with the Barrie Police Service.
The survey is available online on the Barrie Police website, or in hard copy at the Barrie Police Service Headquarters (located at 29 Sperling Drive) and takes only a few minutes to complete.
Community members are encouraged to share their feedback and let the service know what they consider to be the most important issues facing our community over the next three years. With the plan slated to be launched in early 2020, this is an opportunity for the community to share their feedback in the early stages of the development, and have their voices heard.
The process to develop a new plan is a lengthy and detailed one and involves not only community consultation, but also internal surveys, meetings with the Barrie Police Services Board, and a planning session with senior staff.

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