At the monthly meeting of the Regina Board of Police Commissioners, this morning, Deputy Chief Dean Rae and Chief Troy Hagen introduced the Service’s new Strategic Plan. The Saskatchewan Police Commission Policy Manual mandates that police services must have a strategic business plan and the means of measuring performance. The strategic business plan should:
– articulate the organizational strategy of the police strategy of the police service; and
– include performance measurement.
The Regina Police Service 2015-2018 Strategic Plan is available at:
The 2015-2018 Strategic Plan articulates; for the community, partners and police members; the mission, vision and values that shape the Service’s organizational culture, direct its actions and define its character. It also guides the Service’s efforts through an overarching framework supported by annual business plans that define and evaluate day-to-day progress toward stated goals.
The process of developing the Strategic Plan began in January 2014 with a number of consultations with community stakeholders as well as all levels of staff, management and the Board of Police Commissioners. A consultant was hired to assist in developing the Strategic Plan and its annual business plans. The process also included a survey of police members, a half-day session with over a hundred community stakeholders, as well as other meetings and reviews, ending with the approval of the 2015-2018 Strategic Plan by the Board of Police Commissioners. The Regina Police Service 2015 Operating and Capital Budget reflects and supports the objectives expressed in the Strategic Plan.