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Community Safety Advisory Task Force minutes
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- Richmond (B.C.). City Clerk's Office
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2 cm of textual records
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The City Clerk's Office is part of the Finance and Corporate Services Division and serves as a secretariat for Council and its Committees. It performs administrative functions including: agenda preparation recording of minutes, processing and certifying by-laws, record management and distribution of records, and making records available to the public.
The Clerk's Office is responsible for the preservation of all Council and Committee records, through a records management and archives system which documents the history of Richmond.
The City Clerk is also responsible for organizing and conducting City elections.
The City Clerk's Office is often the first stop for processing citizens' petitions, complaints and requests to Council, and also receives requests for information under the Freedom of Information & Protection of Privacy legislation.
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Series consists of meeting minutes of the Community Safety Advisory Task Force documenting deliberations and discussions relating to a wide variety of community safety issues and problems, and the production of a final task force report.
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The Community Safety Advisory Task Force was established in 2002 with a project-based mandate to create a comprehensive report on community safety issues in Richmond. The Task force was to provide a forum for community input on issues such as community policing, traffic safety, and safety awareness programs. The Task Force produced its report in November of 2002 and was disbanded.
BCAUL control number: CRICH-SER-423