About the Committee
The St. Albert Policing Committee:
- Is made up of local residents and volunteers appointed by City Council for two- or three-year terms.
- Represents community interests and concerns on policing and public safety issues through open dialogue, good communication and collaboration.
- Acts as an important liaison among City Council, the RCMP Detachment and local residents to foster responsible community actions toward the creation of a safe and secure community.
- Fosters open and respectful relationships where policing priorities and goals can be determined and met without undue political interference.
- Establishes a Public Complaints Director who may receive initial complaints from the public and refers them to the RCMP Detachment Commander for follow up or provides citizens information on how to engage the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission.
- Assists in identifying local policing issues, emerging crime trends and community safety initiatives.
- Supports initiatives related to crime prevention, reduction and community safety.
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Last edited: May 28, 2020