Meet the Members of the CEC

CEC Elders

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Irene Compton

First Nation Elder

Parm Burgie

Métis Senator

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Aigah Attagutsiak 

Inuit Elder

 

CEC Co-Chairs and Vice Co-Chairs (Community and Police)

 

CEC Community Members

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Hector Addison

Community Member

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Malik Ayass

Community Member

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CEC Ottawa Police Services Members

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Paul Burnett

Trish Ferguson

David Zakarias

Rob Drummond

Rob Drummond

Trish Ferguson

Mark Patterson

Supt. Jamie Dunlop

Superintendent

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Trish Ferguson

Supt. Chris Rheaume

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Resources to the CEC

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Joan Riggs

Diversity and Race Relations

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S/Sgt Ian Hayes

Hamid Mousa

Strategic Partnership & Engagement

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Roles and Responsibilities of Community Equity Council Members

Individual Council Members Roles and Responsibilities

a) Attend Council meetings every second month.
 

b) Adhere to the Code of Conduct of the Council.

c) Work on at least one committee or work group.

d) Meet with members of the public (outside of your community) at least once a year to get feedback on the relationship with the police. 

 

e) Use the key communication messages developed by the Council when participating in the public meetings.f) Stay connected to your nominated community organization through a formal accountability

f) Stay connected to your nominated community organization through a formal accountability mechanism. (e.g. attending meetings to give and receive feedback)

Indigenous Elders Roles and Responsibilities

• The Council will work with the Ottawa Aboriginal Coalition to select three Elders to represent the Indigenous (First Nation, Inuit and Métis) community in Ottawa. The Elders will rotate so that there is one Elder available for each Council meeting.

Police Members Roles and Responsibilities

• Council membership from the Ottawa Police Service is based on position as indicated below:

o Deputy Chief (Co-Chair)

o Supt. Criminal Investigations, or designate

o Supt. Community Safety Services, or designate

o Supt. Front Line Deployment, or designate

o Supt. Support Services, or designate

o Supt. Training & Development, or designate

o Director of Community Development

o Executive Officer to the Chief of Police

o Staff Sergeant, Diversity and Race Relations (Vice Chair)

o Executive Advisor on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (under development)

• The OPS Co-Chair of the Council will inform the OPS members of their selection.

Community Members Roles and Responsibilities

• There will be an open and transparent recruitment process for community members, including a clear description of the qualifications that are needed to be on the Council.

• The membership criteria (above) will form the basis for selection of membership to the Council.
• The recruitment information will be distributed broadly throughout the community.

• The process will include an application form, signed agreement to the Mandate, submission of resume, letter of interest and a letter from a community organization that the candidate will be accountable to.

• All final candidates for the Council will go through an interview process.