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Published on Saturday, October 21, 2017

Halton police board gets new member

Ingrid Hann of Burlington joined Oct. 4

Halton police board gets new member
New member appointed to Halton police services board
Ingrid Hann of Burlington is the newest member of the Halton Regional Police Services Board - Photo courtesy Halton Police Board
By Tim Whitnell, Burlington Post

The Halton Regional Police Services Board has a new member.

Oakville Mayor Rob Burton, chair of the police services board, will introduce Ingrid Hann at the next meeting of the board on Oct. 26.

The Ontario government appointed Hann to the board effective Oct. 4. Her term length is two years.

A vacancy occurred on the board when Marion Yee left in June 2016 at the end of her provincial appointment term.

A resident of Burlington, Hann currently does human resources consulting with medium-sized organizations.

She was employed as vice-president of human resources at De Beers Canada for 10 years and also held senior-level positions within manufacturing, facilities management and services, aerospace and electrical distribution industries.

Hann is currently a board member of the Living Arts Centre, Mississauga, and of the Oakville Senior Citizens Residence.

She has served as a member of the Board of Governors of Sheridan College in Oakville, as a board director of Oakville Hydro, vice-chair of Blue Hills Family Services in Aurora, chair of Mining Industry Human Resources Council and chair of the Ontario Mining Association Education and Outreach Committee.

Other members of the Halton police services board are Vice-Chair Barb Ferrone of Oakville (provincial appointee), Gary Burkett (Halton Region council appointee), Burlington Councillor Rick Craven, Oakville Councillor Jeff Knoll and Jason Wadden (provincial appointee).

Board members are paid $10,612 a year.

The Halton Regional Police Services Board is a seven-member civilian board that provides oversight to Halton police. Under the Police Services Act, the board has responsibility for the police service’s operating and capital budgets, strategic planning, policies and priorities.
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Author: Mayor Rob Burton

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