Are you between the ages of 15 and 21?

Do you want to make a difference in our community?

Do you have ideas on how the Police Service can improve the services we provide?

The Greater Sudbury Police Service Chief's Youth Advisory Council (CYAC) is committed to making a difference in our community through acting as liaisons for the Chief of Police and the initiatives we undertake to improve community relationships.

CYAC is made up of the Police Chief and selected community youth representatives working together to build a connection between the Greater Sudbury Police Service and youth of the City of Greater Sudbury.


  • Provide input on GSPS Youth Strategy
  • Advise on how GSPS can engage young people to find solutions to youth issues
  • Bring forward information on issues/barriers to police/youth relations
  • Suggest how to recruit future GSPS members in order to be reflective of our diverse community
  • Assist in organizing youth events
  • Recommend initiative, event and programs for the Chief's Youth Initiative Fund
  • Participate in GSPS events


  • Attend and fully participate in meetings
  • Keep informed on roles, responsibilities and activities of CYAC
  • Serve on sub-committees and volunteer at CYAC sanctioned events/initiatives
  • Share information/concerns
  • Members are required to arrange their own transportation to and from meetings and events


  • Every second Tuesday, beginning in September and ending in June
  • Meetings run from 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. at Police headquarters