Cobourg Police Service Welcomes the Community to Tour the Police Station on April 25th

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Cobourg Police Service (CPS) will host a facility tour on Thursday, April 25th, at the police station at 107 King Street West in Cobourg. Community members are welcome to attend the event.
The CPS—Needs Assessment & Accommodation Options Report, which provides an in-depth look at our operation and facility at 107 King Street, was presented to the Cobourg Police Service Board in September 2023. Subsequently, the Protection Services Committee received the report, which will be presented to the Council this week.

“As anticipated, the community has been watching closely and with great interest since the needs assessment report was released. Throughout this process, we will continue to provide as much information as possible to Council and the community,” said Chief Paul VandeGraaf, Cobourg Police Service. “I encourage everyone interested to review the report and attend one of the station tours.”

The facility tour is Thursday, April 25th, at 11:00 am at the Cobourg Police Station (107 King Street West, Cobourg). The event will open with greetings from Chief Paul VandeGraaf, followed by a guided tour of the police station. Community members are asked to sign in at the front counter upon arrival. Parking is available in the municipal parking lot behind the police station.

A second tour will take place on Tuesday, May 14, at 4:00 p.m. Follow the CPS Facebook Page for updates.

Quick Facts
• In 2021, the Cobourg Police Service Board (CPSB) established the CPS 2022-2025 Strategic Plan. One of the strategic objectives in the plan is to complete a facility plan, starting with a facility needs assessment to help inform the Board of optimal requirements that address the anticipated increase in demand for service and the Service’s short—and long-term needs.

• In January 2023, the CPSB solicited written proposals for a Facility Condition Assessment and Functional Space Analysis. As a result of the RFP competition, the CPSB selected RPL Architects to compile the report.
The Cobourg Police Service – Needs Assessment & Accommodation Options report was presented to the CPSB in September 2023.

• On Wednesday, April 3, 2024, the CPSB submitted a letter and The Cobourg Police Service – Needs Assessment & Accommodation Options report to The Town of Cobourg Community Services, Protection, and Economic Development Standing Committee endorsing the recommendations in the report and requesting the Town of Cobourg to commence the site section and detailed design phase for a new police facility.

• CPS will host tours of the police station on April 25 th at 11:00 a.m. and May 14 th , 2024 at 4:00 p.m.

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