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Diversity at GSPS

   Inclusion TeamInclusion Team Logo


"Where an Open Mind is Limitless..."

Inclusion display : Hands with positive words  Pride Parade: Chief (on the left) Rita (TG Innerselve) and Special Constable  Pride BBQ; Chief, Superintendent Weber and Sudbury Pride  Down Syndrome Day: Funky sox display International Women's Day: HR members holding signs of challenges  Welcome Syrain Refugees family at the airport: Staff Sgt Marc Brunette showing welcome to the family

Mission: Promoting an inclusive environment guided by fairness, respect, equality, and dignity, leading to a workplace RICH in our values.

The Inclusion Team continued building community partnership and participated in many initiatives and events including Fierte Sudbury Pride's annual events, the Intercultural Ride-Along Program, the Yellow Card Campaign and Welcome Syrian Refugees Family.  

    Diversity Advisory Committee (DAC)Diversity Advisory Committee logo

International Women's Day  Elimination of Racism Luncheon: Chief and the Black community   Intercultural Ride along participants and officers group photo Intercultural Ride-Along students photo  Cst. Weber and student doing intercultural Ride-along

In 1989, the Advisory Committee to the Sudbury Regional Police Services Board on Racial and Multicultural Relations was formed, now called the Diversity Advisory Committee (DAC). The mandate of the committee is to advise the Board on ways of enhancing relations between ethnic/racial minorities and police. The mandate includes assessing the implementation of employment equity, advising and assisting in the development and training of all Service members, liaising between police and the community on racism and discrimination, and responding to issues identified by the Advisory Committee.


 Greater Sudbury Police Service Chief's Youth Advisory Council (CYAC)CYAC logo

CYAC group photo with the chief and Cst Nihad CYAC 2016 group photo  CYAC group photo with Anna  

Purpose: Greater Sudbury Police Service Chief's Youth Advisory Council (CYAC) is a council committed to making a difference for young people in the broader community through their liaison with the Chief and the initiatives they undertake to educate youth and adults on the importance of the youth voice. The membership is comprised of the GSPS Police Chief and/or designate(s) with selected community youth representatives working together to build a connection between Greater Sudbury Police Service and youth of the City of Greater Sudbury at large.

Mandate: Our mandate is to provide information and advice to the office of the Greater Sudbury Police Chief with respect to matters relating to youth within the City of Greater Sudbury as it relates to policing whilst supporting the GSPS's Business Plan.


.             To give input on GSPS Youth Strategy.

.             To advise on how GSPS can engage young people to find solutions to youth issues.

.             To bring forward information on issues/barriers to police/youth relations.

.             To suggest how to recruit future GSPS members to be reflective of the community.

.             To provide information for GSPS youth webpage.

.             To organize events to support, and otherwise promote, the "Courage to Stand" message.

.             To recommend on funding applications through the Greater Sudbury Police Service Chief's Youth Initiative Fund.

.             To participate if personal time and commitment allows in other GSPS events related to children and youth.

.             To build and maintain relationships with the youth of Greater Sudbury through social media.


See our Creating Awareness and Understanding of the Transgender Community video below: 


See our Intercultural Ride-Along video below: