The second section of the council was agitated by another issue: the future direction of the municipal police. We recently described the tensions running through the ranks, which were denounced in a trade union. The service's proper functioning is disrupted by malfunctions, violations of rules, treatment differences, or strained relationships between agents.
Announcements were again to be made at June 30's city council. Deliberations revealed the possibility of a reorganization in public security within the municipality. This would be accompanied by the creation a full-time job for the attache responsible for the management of this service. A five-fold organization would have the following main functions: maintenance of public order, parking issues and occupation of public domain. Video protection, crisis management, and video protection are some examples. According to elected officials, this working environment would go beyond the powers of the municipal police. The current organization is not up to the task. A post of attache director of public safety, which will manage the different teams, was created to allow for better coordination and more effective response to the above missions. Guillaume Desrues explains that the idea is to remove municipal police officers from administrative duties so they can concentrate on the most important things, namely public safety and the field.
"We have the personnel to handle these tasks, and today we are being told that we need to recruit an attache, who will not have the training or authorization to do them, and who will be required to report back to the head police. Audrey Berger laughed, "It seems to us that it is a huge waste of time and cost for the municipality.
The subject was not able to reach consensus, something that is quite unusual in the Boraine assembly. Even the mayor and the opposition municipal councilor had to agree on a pass of arms. Guillaume Desrues replied, "This restructuring will allow it to remove two police stations in order that this device can deploy with constant means." What are the best measures to take in case of malfunctions? Audrey Berger asked. It's the union's responsibility. Know that the municipal police will be disarmed starting Monday, July 4. We want to demonstrate that we have taken control of the service. We then focus on human problems and try to find solutions. "The Thursday night proposal will not be to the liking of the opposition who wanted to vote against it.