Board of Police Commissioners
The Prince Albert Board of Police Commissioners is responsible for:
- Providing operating and capital budget input and approval;
- Delivery of policing services within the City of Prince Albert;
- Ensuring adequate facilities and equipment for police operations and safety; and
- Guiding policy and priorities for the Police Service through the Chief of Police.
The Prince Albert Board of Police Commissioners consists of the Mayor, two City Councillors and four members of the public. Four (4) public board meetings are held each year in the Main Boardroom, 2nd Floor at City Hall. The public is welcome to attend the public meetings of the Board of Police Commissioners. Agendas for public board meetings will be posted at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.
Filing a Complaint
The Public Complaints Commission is a five person, non-police body appointed by the Saskatchewan government. It is responsible for ensuring that both the public and the police receive a fair and thorough investigation when a complaint is made against a police officer. For information on how to file a complaint, please visit the Saskatchewan Public Complaints Commission.
For any questions or concerns regarding the Board of Police Commissioners, please contact the Board Secretary at 306-953-4392.
Board Of Police Commissioners
Janet Carriere, Board Chair
Mayor Greg Dionne, Vice-Chairperson
Councillor – Blake Edwards
Councillor - Charlene Miller
Dr. Blaine Broker
Role Of The Board:
- Budget input and approval
- Authorized Strength
- Collective bargaining
- Ensure adequate facilities and equipment
- General direction to the chief