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For Immediate Release | December 17, 2018

Help Determine St. Albert’s Policing Priorities

Survey available from December 20, 2018 to January 4, 2019

The St. Albert Policing Committee, in collaboration with the St. Albert RCMP, is gathering input from residents and business owners to better understand their thoughts on what the 2019/2020 policing priorities should be in St. Albert. The survey will also ask about the service levels police provide and the biggest concerns regarding safety and crime within our community.

The survey will run from December 20, 2018 to January 4, 2019. It will be available on the City website. Policing Committee members will also be promoting the survey in various locations throughout the city.

Information gathered from the survey will be reviewed by the St. Albert Policing Committee and the RCMP Officer in Charge. Input will be used to help develop the 2019/2020 Policing Priorities.

St. Albert City Council established the Policing Committee in June 2017. They act as a liaison between City Council, the RCMP Detachment, the Policing Services branch of the City and St. Albert residents to foster responsible community actions towards the creation of a safe and secure community.  

For more information and to fill out the survey, visit the City website at stalbert.ca and search “Policing Committee – Policing Priorities Survey”. 

For more information about the St. Albert Policing Committee, visit stalbert.ca/spc

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