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2012 TPSB February Minutes

2012 TPSB February Minutes

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The following
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Minutes of the meeting of the TorontoPolice Services Board held on February 16, 2012 aresubject to adoption at its next regularly scheduled meeting.The Minutes of the meeting held on January 20, 2012,previously circulated in draft form, were approved by theToronto Police Services Board at its meeting held onFebruary 16, 2012.MINUTES OF THE PUBLIC MEETING
of the Toronto Police Services Board heldon
FEBRUARY 16, 2012
at 1:30 PM in the Auditorium, 40 College Street, Toronto,Ontario.
PRESENT:
 
Dr. Alok Mukherjee,
Chair
Mr. Michael Thompson,
Councillor & Vice-Chair
Mr. Chin Lee,
Councillor & Member
Dr. Dhun Noria
, Member
Ms. Frances Nunziata,
Councillor & Member
Mr. Andrew Pringle,
Member
ALSO PRESENT:
 
Mr. William Blair
, Chief of Police
Mr.
 
Albert Cohen,
City of Toronto - Legal Services Division
Ms.
 
Deirdre Williams,
Board Administrator
 
THIS IS AN EXTRACT FROM THE MINUTES OF THE PUBLIC MEETING OF THETORONTO POLICE SERVICES BOARD HELD ON FEBRUARY 16, 2012#P14.
 
AUDIT AND QUALITY ASSURANCE UNIT - AWARD
Chair Alok Mukherjee noted that the Institute of Internal Auditors recently recognized theToronto Police Service - Audit and Quality Assurance Unit for its superior work in the quality of internal audit work and processes and he read the following with respect to an award that waspresented to the Unit:
Institute of Internal Auditors - International External Quality Assessment Award
In 2007, the Toronto Police Service’s (Service) Audit and Quality Assurance Unit committed tofollowing the Institute of Internal International Auditors (IIA) Professional Practices Framework.In order to confirm adherence with this framework, an on-site visit of the Audit and QualityAssurance unit was conducted by an IIA-selected external independent validator, Mr. DonKirkendall.Mr. Kirkendall who was the former Inspector General for the U.S. Department of the Treasury,found that the Service’s Audit and Quality Assurance Unit achieved the highest level of conformity to the IIA Standards with respect to the quality of internal audit work and processes.In addition, six notable best practices that are embedded in Service’s internal audit processeswere highlighted.As a result of its independent review, the IIA has awarded a plaque to the Service’s Audit andQuality Assurance unit in recognition of its conformance to IIA Standards and successfulcompletion of the External Quality Assessment Process.I would like to congratulate Ms. Dana Styra, Manager, Audit and Quality Assurance and herteam for achieving this important recognition and award.
Ms. Dana Styra and members of the Audit and Quality Assurance Unit were in attendanceand were congratulated by the Board on this important achievement.
 
THIS IS AN EXTRACT FROM THE MINUTES OF THE PUBLIC MEETING OF THETORONTO POLICE SERVICES BOARD HELD ON FEBRUARY 16, 2012#P15.
 
RE-ORGANIZATION – HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
The Board was in receipt of the following report January 19, 2012 from William Blair, Chief of Police:Subject: RE-ORGANIZATION HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENTRecommendation:It is recommended that the Board receive this report.Financial Implications:There are no financial implications relating to the recommendation contained within this report.Background/Purpose:At its meeting held on March 22, 2011, the Board was in receipt of a report with respect to jobdescriptions and classifications for new positions within Human Resource Management (HRM)that reflected a change of functions and significant reorganization in order to better support thehuman resources functions of the Service. The positions included Manager, Human ResourceSupport Services (Z32017); Assistant Manager, Human Resource Information SystemsAdministration (Z26016); and Assistant Manager, Compensation and Benefits (Z26015).The Board received the foregoing report and approved the following motions (Min. No. P93/11refers):1. THAT the foregoing report be returned to the Chief with the request that he review theproposed positions in the job descriptions as well as the names of the new units to ensurethat they are accurate and consistent within the report/job descriptions and with therevised Service organizational chart approved by the Board in February 2011;2. THAT an additional accompanying report be prepared detailing HRM’s immediate andlong term staffing needs and plans and further, that this report and a comprehensivepresentation to the Board include the following:
 
the HRM mandate;
 
the current organizational structure for the HRM, including all units and number of individuals assigned to the unit by rank or title

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