OCPC Decision On Policing Due By End Of August

The then-OCCPS approved the 1999 amalgamation of the new Amherstburg police and the three patrol zones on the one condition that no changes were to be made without the written permission of OCCPS.

By 2010, the three patrol zones were reduced to two and Amherstburg Police Chief Berthiaume was tight-lipped about deployment in the previous year citing the release of this information could reasonably be expected to make their work more dangerous in many situations endangering the life or physical safetly of our law enforcement officers.

The year had already passed so how very unlikely that addressing accountability would have endangered anyone.

OCPC has now approved Windsor’s proposal to provide only two patrol zones.

The Commission has advised its decision regarding the Town’s application to disband the Amherstburg police services will deal with the changes to the policing in Amherstburg since the Commission’s previous decision.

The full decision with reasons will be provided by the end of August.

Frank Cleminson To Appeal OCPC Approval Of Windsor Police Take-over

am800 reported FORMER AMHERSTBURG POLICE BOARD CHAIR SPEAKS OUT.

Frank Cleminson says the decision should have happened after the OCPC finished its investigation into the Windsor Police Service.

Between January and April of this year the OCPC says it received complaints from members of Windsor Police Service that raised serious concerns about the workplace environment, the administration, and the oversight provided by the Windsor Police Services Board.