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July Public Meeting: Chief’s Advisory Council Consultation Results

July 16, 2014

Join us this Thursday as the results of the Edmonton Police Commission’s consultation with the Chief’s Advisory Council (CAC) are discussed. In April, members of the Commission met with representatives of the CAC to learn more about their policing needs and perceptions of crime in Edmonton. The CAC
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Citizen Survey results to be released at May public meeting

May 21, 2014

Join us this Thursday as the results of the 2014 Citizen Survey are released. The citizen survey measures levels of confidence and satisfaction with policing services as well as perception of crime in Edmonton. Also at the meeting: 2013 Year-End Criminal Flight Incident Analysis Violence Reduction Strategy Update Edmonton Police
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EPC 2014 1st Quarter Report to the Community

April 29, 2014

On behalf of the Edmonton Police Commission and the Edmonton Police Service, we are pleased to present the 2014 1st Quarter Report to the Community. The report captures the progress made on a number of initiatives from January 1 through March 31, 2014. View the report here.

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2013 Annual Policing Plan Report Card

April 24, 2014

Under the oversight of the Edmonton Police Commission, the Edmonton Police Service (EPS) establishes measurable performance targets each year. The targets take into account shifting crime trends and the policing priorities of Edmontonians balanced against available police resources. The 2013 Plan included 15 initiatives with 19 measurable targets. The establishment
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Homicide study featured at April public meeting

April 16, 2014

Join us on Thursday, April 17, as Dr. Sandy Jung, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology at MacEwanUniversity, shares results of a research study that examined characteristics of 124 concluded homicide cases that occurred between 2007 and 2012 in Edmonton. The study looked at various aspects including time of day, location,
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Next Public Meeting

The Edmonton Police Commission’s next public meeting is scheduled for:

Thursday, September 18, 2014 @ 6:00 p.m.
Heritage Room
Main Floor, City Hall
1 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, Alberta
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Citizens are invited to attend public meetings and provide their input to the Edmonton Police Commission about policing issues in their community. View guidelines for speakers

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Message From the Chair

Whether in their own communities or on major roadways, Edmontonians continue to rank traffic as one of the top policing priorities in Edmonton, alongside drugs, organized crime, and homicide. At the end of April, the City of Edmonton hosted the 6th Annual International Conference on Urban Traffic Safety, of which the Edmonton Police Commission was a proud sponsor. The conference brought together experts in traffic safety from coast to coast and around the world. Here they shared information about new technology, science, experiences, and successful campaigns that improve road safety. The Edmonton Police Service uses several approaches designed to help make roads safer for all types of users; everything from Operation 24 Hours and Curb the Danger, to the fully…
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