The Norfolk County Community Policing Committee (NCCPC) is a volunteer Committee established by the Norfolk County Police Services Board (NCPSB) and approved by Norfolk County Council.

The Committee is funded by Norfolk County and works in cooperation with Norfolk County, the Norfolk County Police Services Board, and the Norfolk County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police. The committee is composed of volunteers and an officer from the Ontario Provincial Police acting as a Community Liaison Officer.

Mission Statement

To facilitate and maintain partnerships between the Ontario Provincial Police, the Police Services Board, community groups and businesses, and the citizens of Norfolk County.

To work together with these partners in identifying, prioritizing, and problem solving of local policing issues on a proactive basis through the sharing of ideas, addressing issues of common concerns and the delivery of programs, in order to preserve and enhance the quality of life and safety in the community.

To advise the NCPSB on matters relating to community policing throughout Norfolk County and to make recommendations to Norfolk County Council through the NCPSB.

Join the Committee

Norfolk County residents and community members are invited to submit an application to serve as a volunteer on the Norfolk County Community Policing Committee (NCCPC). Applications are due by March 13, 2020.

Norfolk County Committee Application Form

The Committee shall be composed of a maximum of twelve community members. The NCPSB will appoint members with a preference for one member representing each ward within Norfolk County. If appropriate applicants cannot be recommended for each ward, the NCPSB may appoint members for Norfolk at large. For the purpose of engaging communities and groups beyond traditional wards, the NCPSB may further recommend additional members appointed at large as they deem appropriate.

Applicants may want to consider the following:

  • Traditionally, the Norfolk County Community Policing Committee has met after work hours (beginning at 6pm) at a location in Simcoe. The Committee met quarterly. Time, frequency, and location are subject to change by the new committee.
  • Successful applicants will be required to take the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA) Volunteer Compliance Training Program provided through Norfolk County. All successful Appointees must be willing to undergo a Criminal Reference Check to be paid for by Norfolk County.

 

Project Lifesaver

Please see the attached brochure for information.

Project Lifesaver Brochure

Community Policing Committee Review

Committee Terms of Reference

Terms of Reference

For further information contact

Norfolk County Community Policing Committee
c/o Secretary
Police Services Board
50 Colborne St. S.
Simcoe, ON
N3Y 4H3

519-426-5870 extension 1274

Or clerks@norfolkcounty.ca