Drop-In Public Budget Consultations March 22
The Edmonton Police Commission and the Edmonton Police Service are inviting Edmontonians to participate in one of the drop-in budget public consultation open houses on March 22 to help us understand which policing services are important to them. Due to challenging economic times now and into the future, we must look at
EPS international deployment program, bias awareness training featured at March public meeting
At the Thursday, March 17, Edmonton Police Commission public meeting, representatives from the Edmonton Police Service will share their experiences during recent overseas deployments in Ukraine and Haiti. Since 2000, 30 EPS officers have participated in overseas deployments around the world. The EPS will also discuss their bias awareness and
2015 Fourth Quarter Report to the Community
The Edmonton Police Commission and the Edmonton Police Service are pleased to present the 2015 Fourth Quarter Report to the Community. This report features several stories of interest, crime statistics, and financials for the period of October 1 through December 31, 2015. Click here to access this report as
February public meeting features EPS initiatives stemming from Truth and Reconciliation report
Join us this Thursday as representatives of the Edmonton Police Service discuss the range of activities undertaken to address calls to action outlined in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s final report, Honouring the Truth, Reconciling for the Future. Also at the meeting: 2015 Annual Policing Plan
2016 Chair and Vice Chair announced
On Thursday, January 21, members of the Edmonton Police Commission selected a new Chair and Vice Chair for 2016. Chair Cathy Palmer has been with the Commission since 2011. Most recently, she represented Edmonton as Chair of the Canadian Association of Police Governance. She also served as Vice
Next Public Meeting
The Edmonton Police Commission’s next public meeting is scheduled for:
Thursday, May 19, 2016 @ 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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Message From the Chair – What Police Services are Important to you?