Please note that we are not currently accepting members to the Older Adult Strategic Partnership.  Please check back soon.

As described by the World Health Organization, age-friendly communities strive to create an environment which encourages and promotes active aging. More specifically, age friendly communities provide opportunities to optimize health, inclusion, security, and independence. As the older adult community in the Halton Region continues to grow, our police service is committed to working collaboratively with residents in order to maximize community safety and well-being.               

The Halton Regional Police Service respects the wealth of knowledge and life experience possessed by the older adults in our community. Moreover, the Service recognizes the value of gaining further insight into the issues being faced by older adults. 

The Older Adult Strategic Partnership serves as a collaborative partnership between the HRPS and the older adults in our community. Through ongoing consultation, the Older Adult Strategic Partnership will:

  • Advise our Police Service on how our programs and outreach initiatives are impacting older adult residents within the Halton region.
  • Provide insight on how our organization and members can better serve the older adults in our community.

Eligibility Criteria

The members of the Older Adult Strategic Partnership will be representative of the community that we serve. Prospective candidates will meet the following criteria:

  • 60 + years of age
  • Currently reside in the Region of Halton
  • Ability to commit to quarterly meetings for a period of one (1) year

Aims of the Older Adult Strategic Partnership

  • Be a source of positive change through inclusion and collaboration with local older adults and the Police Service.
  • Highlight our Police Service’s commitment to older adult development and leadership.
  • Ensure the Police Service has a point of reference within the community to guide future programming and services aimed at older adults.
  • Help address barriers to Police and older adult engagement.
  • Promote volunteerism within the community and Police Service.
  • Create older adult ambassadors who can promote the work that the Police Service is doing within the community.
  • Assist the Police Service in the development of new programming and other community safety and well-being initiatives.

Contact Information

For more information on the Older Adult Strategic Partnership, contact:

Sergeant Will Clayton 
Phone: 905-825-4777 ext. 4727