Toronto Police Services Board Meeting from Toronto Police Headquarters Auditorium | Monday, October 19th, 1pm
TORONTO: The next scheduled meeting of the Toronto Police Services Board will take place on Monday October 19, 2015 at 1:00 PM in the Auditorium, 40 College Street. Copies of the agenda are available on the Board’s website at http://www.tpsb.ca, from the Board office and limited copies will be available at the meeting.
Items of interest include:
CLOSE-OUT REPORT ON NEW PROPERTY AND EVIDENCE MANAGEMENT UNIT:
The Board will consider a close-out report from the Chief on the new Property and Evidence Management Unit (PEMU) capital project. The report includes details about the project management framework, the project scope and deliverables, the schedule, the budget, and the key success factors and lessons learned. As the report notes, the project was delivered on time and the final cost was M below budget.
ISSUANCE OF PROVINCIAL OFFENCE TICKETS:
The Board will consider a report from the Chief which provides a response to the City Council request for information regarding the issuance of provincial offence tickets. The purpose of the report is to detail the reasons for the decline in the number of provincial offence tickets issue from January 2012 to date and to identify the steps the Service is taking to address this decline. As the report notes, the Service has been focusing its attention on overall traffic safety, which is measured by the reduction of the number of vehicle collisions and injuries to members of the public; the issuance of Provincial Offences Notices contributes to this objective by encouraging changes to driving behaviour
AWARD OF CONSTRUCTION SERVICES FOR 52 DIVISION RENOVATIONS:
The Board will consider a report from the Chief recommending that the Board award the contract for construction services for the renovation of 52 Division to DPI Construction Management Inc. at a lump sum cost of .2M, net of rebate. The renovation of 52 Division addresses a number of accessibility, mechanical and electrical issues, along with building envelope deficiencies, while improving overall functionality and architectural circulation throughout the facility.
2016 BUDGET REQUESTS:
The proposed 2016 operating budget requests for the Toronto Police Service, Toronto Police Parking Enforcement Unit and the Toronto Police Services Board will be tabled and considered. Reports will be available at the meeting.
TPSB Contact: Sandy Murray