Niagara Falls, Ontario – May 31, 2023 – The Ontario Association of Police Services Boards (OAPSB) proudly congratulates Patrick Weaver on his successful re-election to his fourth term as Chair of the Board at the organization’s Annual General Meeting in Niagara Falls. Mr. Weaver’s exceptional leadership and dedication to the advancement of police oversight in Ontario have been instrumental in fostering collaboration and enhancing public safety throughout our province.
Under Mr. Weaver’s visionary leadership, the OAPSB has achieved significant milestones, paving the way for innovation and excellence within the policing community. His unwavering commitment to transparent governance and community engagement has garnered widespread admiration and respect from both his colleagues and the public.
Chatham-Kent Chief of Police, Gary Conn praised Mr. Weaver’s leadership, remarking, “Patrick Weaver’s unwavering dedication to public safety and his deep understanding of the complexities of law enforcement have proven invaluable to the Chatham-Kent Police Services Board and our community. He is a progressive leader attuned to the complexities of contemporary policing issues.”
Lisa Darling, Executive Director of the OAPSB, added, “We are thrilled to see Patrick Weaver continue his remarkable leadership journey as Chair of the Board. His unwavering commitment to improving the education and training for OAPSB members and fostering community trust has had a profound impact on our organization and the communities we serve. We look forward to his continued guidance and support as we strive to enhance public safety across Ontario.”
The Ontario Association of Police Services Boards (OAPSB) is an organization dedicated to promoting effective governance and supporting police services in Ontario. Comprising police service board members and professionals, the OAPSB provides guidance, training, and advocacy to enhance policing practices and public safety across the province.
For media inquires, please contact:
Lisa Darling, Executive Director Ontario Association of Police Services Boards
Phone: (519) 656-0434