Are you under 24 and interested in sharing ideas and working together with police to build a safer Ottawa? Help with decisions that matter to you.
The Ottawa Police Youth Advisory Committee (YAC) wants you to get involved in policing by helping with decisions, projects and events that matter.
- Work as a team with others and police to help make Ottawa safer.
- Become more aware of youth issues and get involved in solutions.
- Get volunteer hours, build your social skills, improve your résumé.
- Make new friends.
- Help make the OPS more youth-friendly.
- Free food, bus tickets, and other perks.
For more information, see: Youth Advisory Committee
The Ottawa Police Service Youth Advisory Committee forms part of a broader youth engagement strategy and encourages a police-youth relationship by providing a youth voice to Ottawa Police and facilitate greater input and involvement by youth in Ottawa. Youth-led with police support and resources, the main purpose of the Committee is to help the Ottawa Police to gain a broader understanding of youth by collaborating on events, programs and other initiatives.
YAC can also come out and meet with your youth group: If you are a group of youth who want their voices heard — YAC would love to talk with you. The OPS wants to know what a safer Ottawa looks like to you and hear about your experiences with police and ideas you may have to share with them. Call 613-236-1222, ext 8676 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org