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As outlined in section 31 of the Ontario Police Services Act (OPSA), the role of police services boards includes determining objectives, priorities and policies for local police services, setting the annual police budget, making decisions governing the structure of the local police service and developing and implementing the Board’s Strategic Plan. The Brantford Police Services Board (BPSB) is the legal entity and authority for Brantford Police Services (BPS) and is responsible for priority setting, the provision of crime prevention, and law enforcement in the city of Brantford.

Public Feedback Opportunities

In keeping with the OPSA requirement, the Brantford Police Services Board (BPSB) is seeking public input through a variety of opportunities for residents to provide input regarding police services priorities, including an anonymous public online survey as well as other engagement tools and opportunities, available at letstalkbrantford.ca/bpsbpriorities.

Community Town Halls – Wednesday June 8th and Saturday June 11th, 2022 

In addition to online tools available at letstalkbrantford.ca/bpsbpriorities, members of the public are also invited to provide feedback by attending a Community Town Hall opportunity that will be offered as follows:


Thursday, June 9th, 2022 – 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

TOWN HALL OPPORTUNITY #2 – June 11, 2022

Saturday June 11th, 2022 – 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

The Brantford Police Services Board appreciates the time and effort of all members of the public who complete the online survey or attend one of the Community Town Hall opportunities, as it will help ensure the Board focuses on crime and public safety issues of most concern in our community.

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