CORNWALL, Ontario - Cornwall police want to hear from you about just how they're doing.
The police service, as part of its three-year strategic plan update, will host a pair of public meetings this week.
Tuesday a session takes place from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 297 and another meeting happens Wednesday at the Centre Charles-Émile Claude from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.
"The community consultation sessions are intended to allow for residents of Cornwall to continue to identify policing priorities for the city and to work with us and our Board in establishing our strategic plan for the next three years," said chief Dan Parkinson. "Our previous three plans have allowed us to focus our organizational resources toward the pursuit of clearly defined goals and the creation of effective operational strategies. We welcome the thoughts and inputs of our many community partners and individual residents."
Deputy chief Danny Aikman said the connection between police and community is vital.
"Our business planning process is an important opportunity for the community to let us know what they think is important in relation their sense of safety and quality of life," he said.