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Ramara Community Policing

 Ramara Community Policing Logo The Community Policing Program is the Community and the Police working together to identify and address the concerns of the community relating to safety issues and criminal activity.

It is a PEOPLE-ORIENTED form of policing on a partnership between the community and its police, designed to use feedback from the public to enable the police to be aware of and to implement solutions to the concerns of the community.

Citizens of the community are best able to identify problem areas in their neighbourhoods; it is the committee’s responsibility to bring these problems to the attention of the police and then mutually find the solution.

Meetings are held at 5:30 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month in the Council Chambers.

Ramara Community Policing Committee - Notice of Date Change for June Meeting -Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at 5:30pm


Current leading initiatives:

  1. Traffic concerns - use of speed tubes to retain accurate information to provide to the OPP for enforcement.
  2. Child Identification Program partnership with the local Masonic Lodge.
  3. Providing and maintaining the OPP/ CN Police office.

Current members:

Chair - Pat Radonicich
Vice Chair - Jim Ingall
Treasurer - Claire Langfield
Member - Steve Goulter
Member - Richard Kay
Member - Colleen McKee
Councillor - Kal Johnson
Councillor - David Snutch

Having a Community Function?

The Committee members, in conjunction with the OPP, would be more than happy to set up an information booth at your function.  Contact our Chair, Secretary or Council Representatives with the date, time and location of event and we will do our best to attend.

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OPP / CN Police Office

Ramara OPP / CN Police Officers, cruisers and office building  

 

3227 Ramara Rd 47, more commonly known as the Brechin Ball Park, is the location of our Ramara Community Policing OPP/ CN Police Office. This will give the officers on duty in Ramara somewhere they can stop, do reports and research within the Municipality.

This office will not be staffed or occupied during any particular office hours, but residents are welcome to meet with officers at the facility if there is a cruiser on site.

Aerial photo of Brechin area highlighting location of OPP Building at the Brechin Ball Park