TORONTO, Sept. 19, 2011 /CNW/ - Ontario's police leaders today released
the responses of the Ontario Liberal Party, Ontario Progressive
Conservative Party, and New Democratic Party to four critical issues
impacting the delivery of policing services throughout the province.
The responses are posted on the website of the Ontario Association of
Chiefs of Police (OACP) www.oacp.ca.
"We are pleased to provide Ontario voters with the responses of the
parties to key issues impacting policing and our ability to meet the
safety needs of our communities," said OACP President Chief Matt
Torigian (Waterloo Regional Police Service). "We believe that voters
want to know where the parties and candidates stand in relation to
supporting law enforcement professionals in their community and on
community safety issues that impact public safety."
Chief Torigian noted that safe, livable communities play a critical role
in the quality of life Ontarians enjoy and that police leaders look
forward to continuing their work with all of Ontario's elected
representatives at Queen's Park after the provincial vote on October 6th.
SOURCE Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police
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