May 16, 2012
2011 citizen survey results presented at May Commission meeting
Several important items are scheduled for discussion at the May public Edmonton Police Commission meeting.
The Edmonton Police Service will be sharing the results of the 2011 citizen survey. Conducted every two years, the survey aims to identify key community issues, concerns, perceptions and priorities that Edmontonians have with respect to crime, disorder, and neighbourhood safety. It also gives citizens an opportunity to tell the EPS how they think it is doing in relation to service delivery.
Dr. Kristopher Wells, Co-Chair of the Chief’s Advisory Council will be discussing the history, evolution, and role of the Council, including its work toward building relationships of mutual trust, understanding, and respect with Edmonton’s diverse communities.
On behalf of the City of Edmonton, Councillor Dave Loken will present a proclamation to Dr. Wells announcing May 17 as “International Day Against Homophobia” in Edmonton.
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Heritage Room, City Hall
1 Sir Winston Churchill Square
The agenda is posted online - scroll down the page to view. Reports will be added to the website on Thursday morning.
- Joint Traffic Safety Plan update at May meeting
- Domestic violence addressed at April Commission meeting
- Eleven cash rewards up for renewal at March Commission meeting
- 2012 Annual Policing Plan results released at February public meeting
- EPC 2012 4th Quarter Report to the Community
- Commission Chair and Vice Chair Announced