Ontario Resources

Kelly Donovan

Fit4DutyTM Founder & President, Kelly Donovan has experience working as a police officer, financial professional and Director for two non-profit Boards of Directors.  Kelly’s well-rounded experience and proven integrity will ensure that your organization meets the level of accountability and transparency that the public and stakeholders expect.  Fit4DutyTM will tailor an Anti-Corruption Programme with you to suit your needs in order to identify internal issues before they become formal complaints or lawsuits.

The objective of Fit4DutyTM is to improve The Ethical StandardTM of government and corporate agencies with training, policy evaluation & development, outreach and whistleblower programs.    This can only be achieved when a knowledgeable, experienced, ethical, independent and impartial body gets involved.

Government agencies have a responsibility to tax payers to maintain the highest level of integrity and effective oversight.   Corporations have a responsibility to their shareholders and customers to ensure that no internal misconduct is going unnoticed. Fit4DutyTM has a variety of Services to improve the level of accountability and transparency of both government and corporate agencies.   ​

Business owners and oversight bodies have responsibilities to fulfill under specific legislation (such as Ontario Health and Safety Act, Securities Act, Police Services Act, etc).  Let Fit4DutyTM help you develop policies and programs to identify issues before they become headlines and ensure that all internal matters are investigated impartially and unbiased.  Our standard goes well beyond simply meeting your requirements under current legislation.   According to Transparency International, the least corrupt country in the world in 2016 was Finland who prides itself on general principles of openness, transparency and accountability of pubic administration.  Where legislation falls short, there is Fit4DutyTM.

Kelly has a Statistics Degree from the University of Western Ontario, Canadian Securities Course and was valedictorian of her graduating class from Brantford Collegiate Institute.  Kelly is available for speaking engagements on many topics.

Kelly’s website is:  www.fit4duty.ca

 


Denise Koster, B.A.A.; P.H.Ec.

has worked in the area of violence since 1985, Denise provides management and labour groups with practical education, intensive training and consultation around the identification, assessment, investigation and management of workplace violence, code and non code harassment, sexual harassment, bullying and elder/resident abuse.

As a trained Investigator Denise provides thorough external unbiased investigations pertaining to the areas of workplace discrimination, harassment and bullying in addition to resident/client/patient/elder abuse.

As a graduate of Gavin Debeckers’ Threat Assessment and Management Academy, Denise provides workplaces with customized threat assessments and management plans.

For nine years prior to engaging in Koster Consulting & Associates on a full-time basis, Denise was the Clinical and Program Director at a Community Health Centre, where her role was to manage a multi-disciplinary team of medical, nursing and social service professionals.

Denise Koster, B.A.A., P.H.Ec.
Koster Consulting & Associates
Workplace Violence and Elder Abuse Specialist
416 729-3947
www.kosterconsultingassociates.com

Summary:
For decades, the integrity of the policing profession has deteriorated. What is to blame? This report details the legislative deficiencies that have permitted and encouraged misfeasance within Canadian police leadership and the use of an officer’s Oath of Secrecy to suppress concerns from the few whistleblowers who have had the courage to come forward. Anyone who pays taxes in Canada needs to educate themselves on these issues and demand more of politicians who have allowed millions of dollars of taxpayer funds to be spent protecting those in power and prosecuting anyone who threatens to expose the systemic misfeasance.