The 22 Division CPLC (Community Police Liaison Committee) is made up of community volunteers and police service representatives from neighbourhoods across Central and South Etobicoke. Our committee is inclusive to reflect the demographics of the local community.
You do not need to be a member of the 22 Division CPLC to attend any one of our general meetings as a public observer. Everyone is welcome.
If you do wish to become a voting member of the 22 Division CPLC, you must demonstrate or complete the following:
- be a proactive community member within 22 Division;
- have an outlet to distribute information about public safety and community engagement initiatives (such as community newsletters, email newsletters, association bulletins, and/or social media);
- be an advocate for the Toronto Police Service within their community;
- attend 3 consecutive CPLC meetings;
- complete the Community Consultation application form;
- successfully complete a CPIC check with Toronto Police Service.
If you are interested in joining the CPLC, or attending one of our general meetings, please feel free to contact us.
For more information, please visit: tps.ca/organizational-chart/communities-neighbourhoods-command/field-services/community-partnerships-engagement-unit/consultative-committees/