DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
ITEMS OF BUSINESS
1. Staff Presentation on District Policing Model
2. PUBLIC DELEGATIONS
3. Board Summer Meeting Schedule
- Executive Directorís report dated 2 June 99 01
That the Ottawa-Carleton Police Services Board consider changing:
1. The meeting scheduled for Monday, 26 July 1999 to 19 July 1999; and
2. The meeting scheduled for Monday, 23 August to 30 August 1999.
4. Sexual Victimization of Children:
National Work Group in Pursuit of
Child-Centred intervention strategies
- Vice Chairís report dated 30 May 99 03
That the Ottawa-Carleton Police Services Board:
1) Receive this report for information and discussion, and;
2) Request that the Chief of Police have his staff prepare and present a briefing to the Board on how the Police Service is presently addressing this type of crime, what resources are being used and actions being taken or contemplated to more effectively combat the sexual victimization of children.
5. APPOINTMENT OF RCMP OFFICERS
AS SPECIAL CONSTABLES - CANADA DAY CELEBRATIONS
- Deputy Chief Mackieís report dated 28 May 99 06
1. That the Ottawa-Carleton Police Services Board appoint as Special Constables pursuant to section 53 of the Police Services Act those regular members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police who have been recommended by the Commanding Officer of the R.C.M.P. "A" Division and whose names have been submitted to the Chief of Police; and
2. That the period of appointment be from Tuesday, the 29th day of June 1999 to Monday, the 5th day of July 1999 inclusive, and that the appointment be valid within the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton.
6. Approval of Board Policy Manual by-law
- Executive Directorís report dated 2 June 99 08
- Board Policy Manual issued separately
That the Ottawa-Carleton Regional Police Services Board approve the Board Policy Manual By-law as presented.
7. ANTI-FENCING IN RELATION TO
PAWN SHOPS AND SECOND-HAND STORES
- Deputy Chief Mackieís report dated 2 June 99 10
1. That the Ottawa-Carleton Police Services Board receive this report and presentation for consideration.
2. That the Ottawa-Carleton Police Services Board adopt a resolution to support the development of provincial legislation for the regulation of the second hand industry and that transaction information be collected and transmitted electronically; and that the Ottawa-Carleton Police Services Board make the Solicitor General aware of these needs and pursue his leadership in implementing a process which would address these needs.
BUSINESS DEFERRED FROM 31 MAY 99 MEETING
1. OTHER BUSINESS
3. CONSIDERATION OF MOTION TO MOVE IN CAMERA
That the Ottawa-Carleton Regional Police Services Board adjourn the public portion of its meeting to move In Camera to discuss Confidential Item 1 pertaining to a personnel matter, in accordance with Section 35(4)(b) of the Police Services Act.