Burlington businesswoman Ingrid Hann was sworn in today as the Region of Halton’s civilian appointee to the Halton Police Board.
Ms. Hann will take her seat at the Board’s next meeting, Thursday, October 29th.
“Civilian police governance is an important facet of the provision of adequate and effective police service. With the myriad of issues in policing and leading the Service strategically, I very much look forward to returning to the Halton Regional Police Services Board through this re-appointment for the betterment and efficiency of our Police Services and for the wellbeing of our Halton community,” Ms. Hann said.
As an Executive Consultant with over 30 years of consulting, corporate executive, and operations experience with mid-sized businesses and large multi-national corporations, Ms. Hann brings a wealth of experience with international enterprises across Europe, North America, and South Africa. Her interests and contributions focus on delivering service excellence through Board involvement, reflecting the needs, values, and expectations of the communities and clients they represent. In addition to the Halton Police Board, Ingrid serves on the Board of the Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) and Nucleus Independent Living.
Other Members on the Board include Rob Burton, Chair; Curt Allen, Provincial Appointee; Donald Foster, Regional Council Appointee; Jeff Knoll, Regional Councillor; Clark Somerville, Regional Councillor; and Navneet Sekhon, Provincial Appointee.
About the Halton Police Board
The Halton Police Board is a seven-member civilian Board that provides strategic oversight to the Halton Regional Police Service. Under the Police Services Act, the Board has legislated responsibility for the Police Service’s operating and capital budgets; strategic planning; policies and priorities. The Police Board’s fundamental responsibility is to ensure that adequate and effective police services are provided to the citizens of Halton Region.