Why Police Services Club Short A Member: TOP 10 LIST

 

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Our Ottawa Police Services Board sent out a press release late in the day before the Christmas break for a volunteer member of the club when everyone couldn’t care less, so guess what?

They’re still looking for a volunteer club member.

You probably want to know why this happened? We explain this (as we often do) by way of a Top 10 list.


 

Top 10 Reasons The Police Services Board Can’t Find A Volunteer Member:

10. Donald Trump was busy;

9. Candidate Poilievre too liberal;

8. None of the applicants drove a truck;

7. All candidates had a spine;

6. “Police oversight? … take that joke to Yuk Yuk’s”;

5. Vote right mista or yooz sleepin’ wit da fishes like yuz main man Jimmy Hoffa;

4. All applicants nixed because they backed freedom of speech;

3. No training in puppetry;

2. Meetings conflicted with bowling night;

1. Why did we toss that Putin guy? He was OK.

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And here is the release from the Ottawa Police Services Board:

The City has extended the application deadline for the available Citizen Appointee position on the Ottawa Police Services Board to Friday, February 2 at 4:30 pm. This three-year-term volunteer position is an opportunity for a qualified resident to provide governance and oversight to the Ottawa Police Service.

What does the Ottawa Police Services Board do? The Board provides governance and oversight to the Ottawa Police Service, helping ensure adequate and effective police services in Ottawa. The Board is a provincially legislated body that is accountable to the Province and that operates under the authority of the Police Services Act.

Who is eligible? Each applicant must be a resident of Ottawa, at least 18 years of age or older and not an employee of the City of Ottawa. Full requirements are listed at ottawa.ca/committees.
Ottawa works better when its committees reflect the diversity of people it serves. The City encourages Indigenous and racialized people, people with disabilities, and women and gender diverse persons to apply and share their voices and unique perspectives.

For more information or to fill out and submit the online application form, visit the Join a committee or board page. Alternate application formats are available upon request. Email committees@ottawa.ca(link opens email application) or call 613-580-2424 ext. 28136 for more information.

If you wish to be notified of future recruitment drives, please sign up for the Recruitment – Committees and Boards newsletter using the City’s eSubscription sign up form. Notices are sent through this distribution list at the beginning of each recruitment drive.

For more information on City programs and services, visit ottawa.ca, call 3-1-1 (TTY: 613-580-2401) or 613-580-2400 to contact the City using Canada Video Relay Service. You can also connect with us through Facebook, X (formerly Twitter) and Instagram.

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