Moose Jaw Jaw Board of Police Commissioners
The Board of Police Commissioners is independent except for budgetary requirements.
The function of the Moose Jaw Board of Police Commission is to provide policing service, to maintain a reasonable standard of law enforcement, and to provide adequate and reasonable facilities as required.
The Moose Jaw Board of Police Commissioners is comprised of the Mayor, two City Councillors and two members of the public.
- Understanding of the distinction between the strategic and policy setting role of the Board and the operational responsibilities of the Chief.
- Capability to give leadership to the development of the Board and the Police Service pursuant to The Police Act, 1990.
- Commitment to the vision, mission, values and strategic goals of the Board.
- Ability to work as a member of a team.
- Respect for and tolerance of the views of others.
- Recognition of the time commitment and the willingness to devote the time and energy necessary to perform the role of a board member.
- Knowledge of and appreciation for First Nations and Metis family systems and community dynamics.
Commissioners, except for the Mayor, are appointed for one-year term.
The Board of Police Commissioners meets monthly or at the call of the Chair.