Surrey Police Board members on a patio at city hall, in a photo posted to surreypolice.ca.

Surrey Police Board talks interim financial measures, ‘Indigenization’ strategy at third meeting

Livestream at surreypolice.ca/policeboard, 9 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 13

The fledgling Surrey Police Board will host another virtual meeting this morning (Tuesday), starting at 9 a.m.

Board member Harley Chappell will present a report titled “Creating an Indigenization Strategy for the Surrey Police Service: Nothing About Us, Without Us,” and fellow board member Elizabeth Model will talk about “Interim Financial Measures.”

The livestream will be shown at surreypolice.ca/policeboard.

The police board was appointed June 29, and the inaugural meeting was held Aug. 6. A second board meeting was held Sept. 15.

(Story continues below video of the Sept. 15 meeting)

Tuesday’s third police board meeting will also include presentations by Steven Point, UBC chancellor, and Joanne Mills, executive director of Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association (FRAFCA).

CLICK HERE to view the detailed Oct. 13 meeting agenda.

Chappell will also present a report titled “The Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General’s Priorities, Goals and Objectives for Policing.”

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