Police Services Board
Purpose and Function
The primary function of Police Services Board (PSB) is to determine priorities and objectives for police services within the community. This must be done in consultation with the Detachment Commander, but input should be received from council, municipal staff, and police officers assigned to the community, as well as the public.
Norfolk County is governed by Section 10 of the Police Services Act. The relationship between the board and the municipal council is important. It is the council that enters into the written contract with the OPP and is responsible for the financial commitment.
The Board meets the third Wednesday of every other month at 9:00 am in the Norfolk County Council Chambers located at:
County Administration Building Council Chambers
50 Colborne Street S., Second Floor
Simcoe, ON N3Y 4H3
Members of the Police Services Board are residents of Norfolk County appointed by the Province and Norfolk County. The current board members are:
- Kim Huffman (Chair); Council Member
- Linda Vandendriessche (Vice Chair); Council Member
- Michael Cruse, Citizen Member
- George Santos, Provincial Member
- Willy Vanheughten, Provincial Member
Strategic Business Plan 2020 – 2022
The Norfolk Police Services Board (The NCPSB) in partnership with our Chief of Police and Norfolk County Council have developed this Strategic Policing Business Plan to serve the needs of our citizens. The Plan is to be a roadmap to the way policing is applied in Norfolk County and a living document that can be adjusted to meet any important influence of change. It will also serve as a template of metrics against which the Chief of Police will be assessed by the NCPSB.
Full PDF Available Here: NCPSB Strategic Business Plan 2020 – 2022
Deputation requests are reviewed and placed on the next appropriate agenda at the Police Service Board Chair’s discretion.