TORONTO POLICE SERVICE
Mr. Garfield Dunlop (Simcoe North):
I was very pleased last Saturday to attend the
ninth annual Toronto Police Service Community
Police Liaison Committee conference, which was
held here at Queen's Park. The theme of this
year's conference was Community Engagement --
I was one of the sponsors of the event, and
I was pleased and honoured to take part in the
opening ceremonies with Minister Kwinter, Chief
William Blair of the Toronto Police Service
and Dr. Alok Mukherjee, chair of the Toronto
Police Services Board.
I'd like to take this time to thank Mr. James
Sneep, staff inspector with the Toronto Police
Service, for acting as MC; he did an excellent
job during the day. I'd also like to thank the
organizing committee: May Chow, chair of 52
division CPLC; Lorrie Ming-Sun, chair of 32
division CPLC; Adrian Richter, vice-chair of
53 division CPLC; Frank Sword, chair of 22 division
CPLC; Jeff Paulin, chair of 55 division CPLC;
and Staff Sergeant Steve Clarke, Constable Candace
Paul and Sandra Farrell of volunteer resources
with the Toronto Police Service.
In the end, what we tried to do in this particular
conference was draw as many people together
as possible to deal with emergency preparedness.
I just want to thank all the people who took
part in that particular conference. It was an
excellent day. We need to know that we can count
on our volunteer services within our province.