(1) The Sûreté du Québec shall provide the basic police services prescribed by regulation under section 81.
(2) The Sûreté shall provide such services, within the territory of the regional county municipality that includes the local municipality, in accordance with its usual administrative and operating practices.
(3) The implementation of this schedule shall be placed under the authority of a public security committee composed of the following members:
(a) four members of the council of the local municipality or, in the case of an agreement with a regional county municipality, of the councils of the local municipalities to which the agreement applies, designated by the local municipality or the regional county municipality, as the case may be, or failing such designation, by the Minister;
(b) two representatives of the Sûreté, designated by the Sûreté, who are not entitled to vote, including the person in charge of the police station.
(4) The committee may examine any question pertaining to the provision of police services and make to the Sûreté such recommendations as it considers expedient.