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
Counter Terrorism Strategy at May public meeting
Over the past several months, the issue of terrorism has moved to the forefront across Canada. Join us this Thursday as the Edmonton Police Service discusses their counter terrorism strategy which focuses on understanding threats and preventing, intervening, and suppressing acts of terrorism in Edmonton. Also at the meeting: •
Office of Traffic Safety at April public meeting
Over the past several years, Edmontonians have consistently identified traffic as the top priority for the Edmonton Police Service. Join us this Thursday as representatives from the City of Edmonton’s Office of Traffic Safety provide an update on traffic safety initiatives and efforts to improve traffic safety through
Control tactics year-end report and disaster planning featured at March public meeting
At the March public Edmonton Police Commission meeting, representatives from the Edmonton Police Service (EPS) will present the 2014 Control Tactics Report which captures all categories of use of force including firearms, batons, tasers, pepper spray, and other physical control techniques. The EPS will also speak about “continuity of operations”
Next Public Meeting
The Edmonton Police Commission’s next public meeting is scheduled for:
Thursday, July 16, 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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