Southeast Division Police Station is located at 104 Youville Dr. East. Superintendent Debbie Jolly, Inspector Sean Armstrong, and the rest of the team work with the citizens of Southeast Edmonton and provide quality customer service. Southeast Division was created April 29, 2007 after a realignment of Divisional borders and is comprised of over 40 neighbourhoods.
Working in the community
Southeast Division has over 150 sworn and civilian members working in the community. There is one Sergeant who oversees four Community Liaison Constables who work in Southeast's four distrcts. All four of these constables work side by side with the stakeholders in their communities to coordinate police and community resources to achieve a common goal. Southeast Division is partnered with probation and parole officers who are situated within the division.
Two constables are assigned to the Southeast Division Foot Patrol. These two constables are highly visible in the areas of Mill Creek Ravine, Bonnie Doon, Idylwylde, and King Edward Park. A problem-solving approach is used in response to identified intelligence-based priorities in this geographic area. They coordinate strategies of enforcing municipal, provincial, and federal laws for the purpose of maintaining social order, keeping the peace and preventing crime.
Southeast Division’s Neighbourhood Empowerment Team (N.E.T.) is located in Forest Heights and Bonnie Doon. N.E.T. is made up of one constable and one Community Capacity Builder. N.E.T.’s primary focus is to identify social disorder and family distress issues. They work with service providers and community groups to find solutions which improve these conditions.
Southeast Division has a highly-motivated Traffic Section that is dedicated to enforcing the rules of the road within the division. The Traffic Section is assigned to monitor high traffic areas on a daily basis and key in on specific traffic issues as they arise.
Southeast Division operates with the assistance of numerous volunteers who help citizens at the front counter of the police stations, support citizens through Victim Services, and actively participate in organized community patrols.
If you are a victim of crime, call 911 for all life-threatening situations and crimes in progress. If there is no need for immediate response, please call the police complaint line at 780-423-4567 or #377 from your mobile phone.
You can also attend a police station, or report certain crimes online.