A police board that sees its responsibility as encouraging and leading public debate on policing issues.
A police board that takes responsibility for making policy decisions, usually in public, on the functioning of police services, and ensures that the chief and staff follow such policies.
A police board that is accountable to the civilian authority, responsive to community concerns, and generally representative of the diversity in the city.
An effective, independent, and responsive complaints process.
A police service that is under effective civilian control, funded exclusively from public sources, and accountable to and taking direction from, the Police Services Board.
A police service not involved in partisan politics.
A police service that respects the separation of legislative and executive functions and the rule of law.
A police service generally representative of the diversity of people found in this city and valuing that diversity.
A police board and service that is open and accessible with respect to all the information necessary to analyse police performance and behaviour, including management, spending and the deployment of resources.
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