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Address: Yukon Police Council Secretariat, Box 2703 J-10, Whitehorse, Yukon, Y1A 2C6
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 867-393-6475; 1-800-661-0408 (ext. 6475)
Provide a formal structure and ongoing mechanism for community members to have input in to the policing services they receive. The focus is to promote ongoing dialogue, in order to foster positive relationships between the Yukon citizens, the Yukon RCMP (“M” Division) and the Department of Justice.
The Council’s main role is to:
Period: 2011 to present
The Council consists of 7 members. The Deputy Minister of Justice is a member and Chair and the Minister of Justice appoints 6 members—3 of whom are nominated by Yukon First Nations.
The Commanding Officer for RCMP “M” Division has observer status, attending and participating in meetings at the request of the Council.
Appointment process: Ministerial appointment
Requirements: The Minister of Justice will consider the following criteria when making appointments:
The membership of the Council reflects, to the greatest extent possible, a gender balance and Yukon's regional and cultural diversity. The Minister seeks nominations which allow for representation of issues affecting First Nations, women and vulnerable people. Members appointed may be representative of certain Yukon groups but will not represent a specific organization that they may belong to while sitting on the Council.
Term: Up to 3 years.
Meetings: 3—4 a year in Whitehorse and 1—2 a year in a rural community.
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Apply: There is 1 process to apply to ALL Yukon government boards and committees.
|Dulac, Elodie||FN Member||02/26/2015||02/25/2018|
|Anderson, Lisa||FN Member||02/26/2015||02/25/2018|