Peel Police Services Board elects its leadership

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Amrik Singh Ahluwalia was elected Chair               of the Regional Municipality of Peel Police Services Board

Mississauga, February 5 (CINEWS):  Mr. Amrik Singh Ahluwalia was elected Chair of the Regional Municipality of Peel Police Services Board at its initial meeting of the year held January 29, 2016. Joining him was Mr. John Rogers who was elected Vice-Chair.
“This is indeed a privilege and an enormous responsibility,” says Mr. Ahluwalia. “I look forward to working with the Board along with Chief Jennifer Evans and her Executive in meeting the expectations of our community. We have a great team in place and I am confident we will meet the challenges ahead.”
Mr. John Rogers says, “Simply put, this is an honour. I will dedicate myself to working with my Board colleagues and Chief Evans in continuing to provide the level of police service that our community expects and deserves.”
Mr. Ahluwalia was first appointed to the Board by the provincial government on February 9, 2011 and was re-appointed for a second term on April 16, 2014. A former business leader, he retired from Shell Canada as General Manager after 29 years of successively senior positions. A resident of Brampton, he has a strong volunteer background including working with the Seva Food Bank in Mississauga.
Mr. John Rogers is a well-known businessman from Mississauga. He is an urban planner with over 40 years of experience, including projects in the Region of Peel, the Greater Toronto Area and the United Arab Emirates.
Following his election as Chair, Mr. Ahluwalia expressed his thanks to the former Chair and Vice-Chair.
“Mr. Rogers and I will be building on the hard work of our previous Chair, Mr. Laurie Williamson and our Vice-Chair, Regional Chairman Frank Dale. We look forward to their continuing contribution.”
The Regional Municipality of Peel Police Services Board is the governing body for the Peel Regional Police which provides police services to the cities of Brampton and Mississauga, and under contract, to Pearson International Airport.

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