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Police board approves 2018 proposed budget

Date Published: 2018-01-09

THUNDER BAY, Ont. --- The city’s police board has approved the service’s 2018 proposed budget, which will now head to city hall for further consideration.  

Thunder Bay Police Service A/ Chief Sylvie Hauth on Tuesday presented the proposed $40.7-million 2018 operational budget to the Thunder Bay Police Service Board, which is a one per cent increase over 2017. The proposal also featured a capital budget of $907,200, a $124,800 reduction from 2017.

TBPS Board welcomes new member

Date Published: 2017-12-20

THUNDER BAY, Ont. – The city’s police service board has a new member.

Celina Reitberger was sworn in as a member of the Thunder Bay Police Service Board during a public meeting Tuesday morning. A former executive director of Nishnawbe Aski Nation Legal and a Fort William First Nation member, Reitberger becomes the board’s provincially appointed member.

“What I hope to accomplish is building bridges,” Reitberger said following her first meeting as a board member Tuesday.

Thunder Bay Situation Table officially launched

Date Published: 2017-11-07

THUNDER BAY, Ont. – A new initiative involving dozens of partners from various fields will focus on ensuring some of the city’s most vulnerable get the right help they need when they need it.

The Thunder Bay Situation Table officially launched Tuesday morning and includes representatives from more than 30 organizations across sectors – including mental health and addictions, justice, social services, employment and education – to help those at acutely-elevated risk of imminent harm, victimization or criminalization.

TBPS moves forward with Diversity Initiative

Date Published: 2017-10-18

THUNDER BAY, Ont. – The city’s police service board has given the green light for the department to move forward with a new, and possibly permanent, diversity initiative.

The board reviewed a presentation highlighting the goals of the Diversity Initiative for Thunder Bay Police Service Monday, and a resolution to support it passed unanimously. The proposal outlined a major undertaking not meant to be treated as a short-term project.

Medical students walk the beat with TBPS

Date Published: 2017-10-17

THUNDER BAY, Ont. – Medical students and city police officers joined forces Tuesday morning as part of an initiative that gives future doctors broader community perspective.

“We need to experience the community to be able to work in it and better serve the people,” said Madelin Angus, a first-year Northern Ontario School of Medicine student, who walked the beat on the city’s north side with Roxanne Legarde.

“I’m getting some perspective from the (Thunder Bay) Police Service, which is completely different from anything I’ve ever experienced before.”

Friendship Agreement a positive step forward: Chief

Date Published: 2017-09-29

FORT WILLIAM FIRST NATION, Ont. -- A newly signed friendship agreement is a big step toward a safer community for youth leaving their remote communities to continue education in Thunder Bay, says the Chief of North Caribou Lake First Nation.

SIU Investigating Death of Man in Thunder Bay

Date Published: 2017-07-20

The province’s Special Investigations Unit is examining the circumstances surrounding the death of a 50-year-old man who was lodged in a Thunder Bay police station cell last night.

You can read the SIU's full media release here.

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