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National Police Federation directors stop in Stettler

Two members of Canada’s National Police Federation (NPF) were in Stettler on Feb. 1, 2022, to raise community awareness of the implications relating to the province’s proposed plan to transition to a provincial police force.

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KeepAlbertaRCMP touts benefits of sticking with RCMP service at Airdrie info session

The KeepAlbertaRCMP Community Engagement Tour made a stop at the Airdrie Legion on Feb. 3, where representatives of the National Police Federation (NPF) spoke to a packed room of attendees.

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'Keep Alberta RCMP' community tour makes its way through to Airdrie, Calgary

The debate over a proposed provincial police force has been ongoing since the provincial government proposed the idea this past fall.

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Members of National Police Federation in Airdrie during Keep Alberta RCMP Tour

Representatives of the National Police Federation were in Airdrie on Thursday as part of their KeepAlbertaRCMP Community Engagement Tour.

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Tour in support of RCMP in Alberta stops in Red Deer

A public engagement tour making its way across the province in support of the RCMP in Alberta made a stop in Red Deer on Monday.

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Cost of replacing Alberta RCMP would be huge: National Police Federation

Alberta’s transition to a provincial police force could cost $1 billion or more based on Surrey, B.C.’s experiences, said a National Police Federation spokesman on Monday in Red Deer.

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Southern Alberta mayor says feedback not a focus of Provincial police engagement sessions

Representatives from the province's Justice and Solicitor General's office have hit the road to engage with municipal officials throughout Alberta on the proposed provincial police force. 

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Commentary: Police plan must have public backing

With Alberta Justice and Solicitor General officials planning to meet with municipal leaders across the province in coming weeks regarding the possibility of Alberta forming its own police force, many questions remain unanswered about the controversial proposal.

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Group hoping to keep RCMP in Alberta hosting community engagement sessions

The KeepAlbertaRCMP Community Engagement Tour has upcoming stops throughout central Alberta.

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KeepAlbertaRCMP Community Engagement Tour Central Alberta Dates Added

Edmonton, AB – From January 31 to February 3, 2022, the National Police Federation’s KeepAlbertaRCMP community engagement meetings will continue in Central Alberta, to share information, including potential costs, related to Government’s proposed policing transition. Both in-person and virtual sessions will enable participants to share their questions and concerns directly with panelists.

This engagement tour is a direct response to the Government of Alberta consultation tour which will inform a decision about the future of the RCMP in Alberta this spring

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