The Counties, Ontario – Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry (SDG) Police Services Board announced that Dennis Fife has been reappointed Chair and Bryan McGillis has been newly appointed Vice Chair of the Board for the ensuing year.
Dennis Fife, County Councillor of North Stormont has been an active member of the Police Services Board for many years. “Input provided by the Board drives local policing initiatives to ensure a safe community for the residents of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry. I look forward to continue working with the Detachment Commander, BJ MacDonald and the SDG Police Services Board to ensure we deliver a high level of service to the community.” said Chair Dennis Fife.
Bryan McGillis, County Councillor of South Stormont, stated “I am glad to be returning to the SDG Police Services Board and look forward to working with the Board, OPP and County staff to provide effective policing in Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry.”
The function of the United Counties SDG Police Services Board is to establish local policies, priorities and objectives concerning policing in Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry that will address the needs of the residents and businesses, in consultation with the OPP Detachment Commander and the community. The Board consists of five members being the head of council or his/her designate; one member of the council appointed by council, one person appointed
by council who is neither a member of the council nor an employee of the municipality and two persons appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (Board members include: Dennis Fife, Bryan McGillis, Kirsten Gardner, John Hope and Bryan McEwan).
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