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Joint Consultative Committee on Community Policing minutes
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- Richmond (B.C.). City Clerk's Office
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4 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 in-camera meeting minutes of the Joint Consultative Committee on Community Policing documenting discussions by the city, school board and RCMP on ongoing community policing policies, issues and actions, including the review of monthly RCMP statistics.
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The Joint Consultative Committee on Community Policing was established in 1991 to provide a forum for the city, the Richmond School Board and the local detachment of the RCMP to discuss community policing issues and initiatives. All meetings were held in-camera.
BCAUL control number: CRICH-SER-421