EPS 2015 safety audit results, control tactics statistics featured at September meeting
Join us this Thursday as representatives from the Edmonton Police Service’s Employee and Organizational Wellness Branch share updates about this important area, including strengths, areas of improvement, and next steps identified in the 2015 Safety Audit. Also at the meeting: 2015 Annual Policing Plan Second Quarter Report EPS control tactics
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Human trafficking in Alberta to be discussed at July public meeting
Join us this Thursday as representatives from the Action Coalition on Human Trafficking in Alberta provide an overview of human trafficking in the local and provincial context. A focus will be on the outcomes and next steps for the federally funded project Community Planning to Prevent Sex Trafficking
EPS video thanks Edmontonians
On June 23, the Edmonton Police Service released a video to thank Edmontonians for their support during such a difficult time: In memory of Constable Daniel Woodall, EPS thanks you. The video is supported by the Edmonton Police Association and the Edmonton Police Commission.more...
Aboriginal Awareness Week and community engagement featured at June meeting
Join us this Thursday as representatives from the Edmonton Police Service talk about engagement with the Aboriginal community over the past year and share highlights of Aboriginal Awareness Week. Also at the meeting: • Iraqi Canadian Association of Edmonton presentation to the Edmonton Police Service • Research on excessive speed
Next Public Meeting
The Edmonton Police Commission’s next public meeting is scheduled for:
Thursday, October 22, 2015 @ 6:00 p.m.
River Valley Room
Main Floor, City Hall
1 Sir Winston Churchill Square
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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.more...
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